Nope, no hockey pucks of doom for the Bug drivers. JSOW A and JSOW C only. It’ll be similar to the Bk90s, but more flexibility in terms of standoff distance and launch altitude. Realistically, should only use them in post-'97 scenarios. But from altitude and speed, you’ll be able to toss one out from ~70nmi away. Keeping in mind it is a glide bomb and won’t be going super fast, so enemy ADA can potentially shoot it down. On the other hand, it also means that you could theoretically use it to distract enemy air defenses…
Don’t have A-10C but GPS munitions can be used with pre-planned coords or on the fly. So as long as you have the coordinates for what you want to hit, you can pipe them in and the munition will go to those coords. This is also why you’re limited to a max of 4 GPS munitions for this version of the Bug: the “smart” BRU-55 twin launchers weren’t in service at the time of this variant. That could change, of course, but thus far it doesn’t seem to be on the table.
When we get a TGP, we’ll be able to use it to pipe coordinates in for GPS weapons as well.
JDAM it did, as did some F-14Bs upgraded with the right hardware and software. I am not sure if any F-14As were retrofitted.
A-6 did get HARM and Harpoon though.
HARM is going to represent quite a change for how we handle mission ADA threats. It’s not quite like the Kh-58 or Kh-25 missiles on the Su-25T; much more capable as well as faster. Still, depending on ADA logic, it might not be a golden bullet either… I know I’d plan on doing things like putting out decoy EWRs to distract from the real radar threats.
It’s pretty common for Bugs to do that: