The largest of the Bullpup series of missiles, the AGM-12C is also the oddest-looking member.
Distinguished from the other Bullpup versions by its unusual long-chord wings, this missile was
tracked visually to the target by the launching pilot with the aid of two high-intensity flares in
the tail. Aiming was manual, by means of a radio command joystick in the attacking aircraft. It
carried 1,000 lbs. of high explosives in the enlarged midsection. Foreign users included the Royal
Navy and various NATO forces. Some Bullpups are still in service, usually in ground attack
training programs.