I was wondering if anyone has pictures or information on the Swedish MJ-1 and MJ-2 submunitions?

According to this site, which then quotes Janes:

"The Swedish Air Force stockpiles one type of cluster munition, the BK-90 Mjölner, which dispenses MJ-1 fragmentation bomblet and the MJ-2 anti-armor proximity fuzed bomblet.The failure rate of the bomblets is reported to be less than 1 percent and if the submunition becomes a dud on the ground, it is designed to self-deactivate after two hours preventing it from being dangerous.The German company LFK is the prime contractor for the BK-90 with participation of SAAB Bofors Dynamics."

https://www.hrw.org/legacy/backgroun...htm#_ftnref250

Joe