Information

Serial Code Fragments:

Warning 2-man lift
Wt: 49.0 kg/108 lb

Victims:

UNKNOWN†
2+

Date:

01.01.2021


Map:

B1-4


Type of weapon

Hellfire

Source

Airwars

About

Radio Al Furqaan, the Al Shabaab-affiliated radio station bombed in the incident, said: “On Friday afternoon, January 1, 2021, US warplanes bombed the headquarters of Al-Furqan Islamic Radio in Kunya Barrow, Lower Shabelle region, destroying the station’s building and equipment. There were no casualties among the staff and staff of the station who were absent from the station at the time of the evening prayers, but civilians were injured in the vicinity of the station, especially an elderly man who was critically injured and a woman.”

Remnant of the hellfire missile at the incident.

Destroyed roof and walls of the radio station.

Destroyed roof and walls of the radio station.

AFRICOM shared in its press release: “In coordination with the Federal Government of Somalia, U.S. Africa Command conducted two airstrikes in Somalia on Jan. 1, 2021.

Lockheed Martin, Boeing (previous second source), and Northrop Grumman (seeker only for AGM-114L Longbow Hellfire) are the main manufacturer of Hellfire missiles. It is suspected that since they are the main manufacturers of the Hellfire that in this incident again one of the companies was involved with the production of the used missile.

Lockheed Martin, Boeing (previous second source), and Northrop Grumman (seeker only for AGM-114L Longbow Hellfire) are the main manufacturer of Hellfire missiles. It is suspected that since they are the main manufacturers of the Hellfire that in this incident again one of the companies was involved with the production of the used missile.

Lockheed Martin, Boeing (previous second source), and Northrop Grumman (seeker only for AGM-114L Longbow Hellfire) are the main manufacturer of Hellfire missiles. It is suspected that since they are the main manufacturers of the Hellfire that in this incident again one of the companies was involved with the production of the used missile.

Lockheed Martin presenting the DAGR at the Paris Air show in 2013 while comparing it to the Hellfire missile. As he explains the idea of the DAGR is to create a mini Hellfire. At 0:30sec you can see the red sphere which is seen in other Hellfire remnants through my research.