Light Air-to-Air Missile
The Light Air-to-Air Missile, or LAA Missile, is a smaller, lighter version of the Air-to-Air Arrow Missile, developed by the Free Worlds League in 3072. The weapon system was first put to use by the Duchy of Tamarind-Abbey in their resistance against Word of Blake rule. In addition to their light weight, LAA missiles create less drag than their larger cousins, allowing them to be carried by smaller fighters.
Light Air-to-Air Missiles weigh half a ton and take up 2 bomb slots. They follow the same rules as Air-to-Air Arrow Missiles.
- Tactical Operations, p. 359, "Light Air-To-Air (LAA) Missile"