A development of the Nord AS.20 air-to-ground missile, the second-generation AS.30 missile was considerably larger at 520 kg, entering French service around 1963. This early version of AS.30 used the same radio-command guidance system as the AS 20, but tjhis was soon replaced by with an automatic remote control guidance system, eliminating the need for the in-cockpit joystick. The missile was was guided using its flare and automatic line-of-site alignment.
Radio guided to target.
Buccanner (4 x under wings)
Mirage IIIEZ (1 x under fuselage)
Mirage F1AZ (1 x under fuselage)