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List of missiles by country

List of missiles by country
This list of missiles by country displays the names of missiles in order of the country where they originate, with the countries listed alphabetically and annotated with their continent (and defence alliance, if applicable). In cases where multiple nations have developed or produced a missile, it is listed under each significantly participating nation. Within the lists of each country, missiles are ordered by designation and/or calling name (the latter being especially relevant for Russian/Soviet missiles). In some cases multiple listings are used, in order to provide crossreferences for easier navigation. For an alphabetical list by missile name, see the list of missiles. • Martel - Anglo-French: Models AJ 168 and AS.37 • MIM-115 Roland • Taurus KEPD 150/350

France (Europe; NATO)
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • AASM Aerospatiale AS-12 Apache AS.30 ASMP Crotale surface-to-air missile ENTAC ERYX HOT (Franco-German) anti-tank missile Exocet Hadès (cancelled) M5 M45 M51 Magic Meteor MICA MILAN (Franco-German) anti-tank missile MISTRAL (Multinational) surface-to-air missile Pluton ROLAND 2 surface-to-air missile (Germany/France) Scalp EG (Anglo-French) Nord SS.10 Aerospatiale AS.11/SS.11 Nord SS.12

Argentina (South America)
• Alacrán missile • AS-25K anti-ship ASM • Cóndor missile (with major contributions of German technology) • Cóndor 2 missile (in cooperation with several Middle-Eastern countries) • Martin Pescador MP-1000 anti-ship ASM • Mathogo anti-tank, wire-guided

Australia
• Ikara • Malkara (joint Australian/British)

China, People’s Republic of (Asia)
See also entries under Taiwan (Republic of China).

Germany (Europe; NATO)

European joint-venture (Europe; NATO)
• • • • AIM-132 ASRAAM MBDA Aster MBDA Meteor IRIS-T Model of IDAS of the German Navy.

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The Agni-III Missile at the Indian Republic Day parade. A modern German Luftwaffe IRIS-T infrared homing air-to-air missile • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • AS.34 Kormoran 1/2 MIM-115 Roland (replaced by LFK NG) ESSM SM-2 IIIA Taurus KEPD 350 AGM Armiger IRIS-T IRIS-T SL IDAS (missile) PARS 3 LR GMLRS MEADS RIM-116 RAM LFK NG MBDA Meteor (Multinational) HOT (Franco German) anti-tank missile MILAN

The Prithvi Air Defence Missile.

German missiles of WW2 • V-1 • V-2 rocket • Enzian missile • Wasserfall missile • X-4 missile • Schmetterling • Rheinbote • Rheintochter • Henschel Hs 293 • Fritz X • Feuerlilie

The Akash Missile launched from the BMP-2 launcher. • • Ashwin Tactical Ballistic Missile • Shaurya Missile (Hypersonic Canisterised Tactical Ballistic Missile) • • Prithvi Missile System - Short Range Ballistic Missile • Prithvi-I SRBM • Prithvi-II SRBM • Prithvi-III SRBM • Agni Missile System

India (Asia)
See also: Integrated Guided Missile Development Program • • Prithvi Air Defence Missile (Exoatmospheric Anti-ballistic missile) • Advanced Air Defense Missile (Endoatmospheric Anti-ballistic missile)

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• Surya-III ICBM (Under Development). Dhanush Missile - Ship Launched Ballistic Missile Sagarika Missile - Submarine Launched Ballistic Missile Trishul Akash Barak NG Maitri Missile - Low Level Quick Reaction Missile (Under Development). Igla (SA-18) 2K12 Kub SA-19 Grisom AGM-142 Popeye Zvezda AS-10 Karen Aerospatiale AS-30L Hawker-Matra Martel Missile Kolomna AT-6 Spiral Molniya AS-14 Kedge Zvezda AS-17 Krypton BAe Sea Eagle Raduga AS-18 Kazoo Python Astra BVR Vympel AA-8 Aphid Matra Magic 2 Matra Super 530 Vympel AA-10 Alamo Vympel AA-11 Archer Vympel AA-12 Adder Supersonic Cruise Missiles • Brahmos-I Supersonic Cruise Missile Hypersonic Cruise Missiles • Brahmos-II Hypersonic Cruise Missile (Under Development). Subsonic Cruise Missiles • Nirbhay Subsonic Cruise Missile • 3M-54 Klub Subsonic Cruise Missile • P-500 Bazalt Subsonic Cruise Missile • Kh-35 SwitchBlade Subsonic Cruise Missile Anti-Ship Cruise Missiles • P-70 Ametist Anti-Ship Cruise Missile • Moskit Anti-Ship Cruise Missile • P-700 Granit Anti-Ship Cruise Missile • P-15 Termit Anti-Ship Cruise Missile Anti-Tank Guided Missiles • Nag Anti-tank guided missile • MILAN 2 Anti-tank guided missile • MILAN ER Anti-tank guided missile • 9M14 Malyutka (AT-3 Sagger) Antitank guided missile

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The Agni-II Missile at the Indian Republic Day parade.

The Brahmos Supersonic Cruise Missile.

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The Nag Anti-tank guided missile. Agni-I - MRBM Agni-II - IRBM Agni-III - IRBM Agni-V - ICBM (Under Development). • Surya Missile System - Intercontinental Ballistic Missile • Surya-I ICBM (Under Development). • Surya-II ICBM (Under Development). • • • •

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• 9M119 Svir (AT-11 Sniper) Anti-tank guided missile • Lahat Anti-tank guided missile • 9M113 Konkurs Anti-tank guided missile • 9M111 Fagot Anti-tank guided missile • Helina Air launched Anti-tank missile • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

List of missiles by country
Al Hussein Al Hijarah Al Abbas Badr 2000 Project 144 Tammuz-1 Al Abid Frog-7 Scud BM-21 MRL 122 mm ASTROS II MRL 127 mm (60+) BM-13/-16 MRL 132 mm ASTROS SS-30 MRL 180 mm Ababeel-50 MRL 262 mm (50+) ASTROS SS-60 300 mm

Iran (Asia)

Israel (Asia)
• Arrow missile (Anti-ballistic) • Barak missile (Naval point defense) • Delilah missile (Cruise missile of several variants: drone, air-to-ground, possible anti-radiation variant as well) • Gabriel missile (Ship-to-ship and air-toship variants) • Jericho missile (Ground-to-ground ballistic) • Popeye missile (Air-to-ground cruise missile. U.S. designation AGM-142 Have Nap. Possibly larger derivatives exist as well, including a submarine-launched variant) • Python 5 (Air-to-air) • Shavit (Space launcher) • Spike/Gil missile (Anti-tank)

The Sajjil missile launch, November 12, 2008. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Fateh-110 Fajr-3 MIRV Ghadr-110 Samid R-17E, variant of Russian Scud B Shahab-1 Shahab-2 Shahab-3 Shahab-3D Shahab-4 Shahab-5 Shahab-6 SS-N-22 Sunburn SS-NX-26 Yakhont Oghab Shahin-I Shahin-II Saegheh Zelzal-1 Zelzal-2 Zelzal-3 Sajjil

Japan (Asia)
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • AAM-1 (Type 69 Air-to-Air Missile) AAM-2 (Program was canceled) AAM-3 (Type 90 Air-to-Air Missile) AAM-4 (Type 99 Air-to-Air Missile) AAM-5 (Type 04 Air-to-Air Missile) ASM-1 (Type 80 Air-to-Ship Missile) ASM-1C (Type 91 Air-to-Ship Missile) ASM-2 (Type 93 Air-to-Ship Missile) ATM-1 (Type 64 Anti-Tank Missile) ATM-2 (Type 79 Anti-Landing craft and Anti-Tank Missile) ATM-3 (Type 87 Anti-Tank Missile) ATM-4 (Type 96 Multi-Purpose Missile System) ATM-5 (Type 01 Light Anti-Tank Missile) SAM-1 (Type 81 Short-Range Surface-toAir Missile)

Iraq (Asia)
• • • • Al-Samoud 2 Abadil-100 Al Fahd 300 Al Fahd 500

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• SAM-2 (Type 91 Portable Surface-to-Air Missile) • SAM-3 (Type 93 Short-Range Surface-toAir Missile) • SAM-4 (Type 03 Medium-Range Surfaceto-Air Missile) • SSM-1 (Type 88 Surface-to-Ship Missile) • SSM-1B (Type 90 Ship-to-Ship Missile Missile) • SM-3 Block-II/IIA (Joint development with U.S)

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North Korea (Asia)
• • • • Nodong-1 Nodong-2 Taepodong-1 Taepodong-2

South Korea (Asia)
• Hyunmoo

Norway (Europe; NATO)
• Penguin (U.S. DoD AVD code: AGM-119) • Naval Strike Missile

Pakistan (Asia)

Ghauri-I ballistic missile • Baktar-Shikan Anti-Tank Guided Missile (ATGM) • BGM-71 TOW Anti-Tank Guided Missile (ATGM) • MILAN Anti-Tank Guided Missile (ATGM) • Cobra 2000 Anti-Tank Guided Missile (ATGM) Surface-to-Air Missiles • Anza Missile System • Anza MKI Surface-to-Air Missile (SAM) • Anza MKII Surface-to-Air Missile (SAM) • Anza MKIII Surface-to-Air Missile (SAM) • S-75 Dvina Strategic Surface-to-Air Missile system • Crotale Missile Surface-to-Air Missile (SAM) • Mistral Missile Man-portable Surface-toAir Missile • FIM-92 Stinger Man-portable Surface-toAir Missile • FIM-43 Redeye Man-portable Surface-toAir Missile • Strela 2 "SA-7 Grail" Man-portable Surface-to-Air Missile

Babur Cruise Missile Surface-to-Surface Missiles • Hataf - I - IA - IB (Hataf-I) BRBM • Abdali - I (Hataf-II) SRBM • Ghaznavi - I (Hataf-III) SRBM • Shaheen Missile System • Shaheen - I (Hataf-IV) MRBM • Shaheen - II (Hataf-VI) IRBM • Shaheen - III IRBM (under development) • Ghauri Missile System • Ghauri - I (Hataf-V) MRBM • Ghauri - II IRBM • Ghauri - III IRBM (under development)

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• RBS 70 - Robotsystem 70 Short-range Man-portable air-defence system • LY-60 Surface-to-Air Missile (SAM) • HQ-7 Surface-to-Air Missile (SAM) Air-to-Surface Missiles • AGM-65 Maverick Air-to-Surface Missiles Air-to-Air Missiles • SD-10 Beyond Visual Range (BVR) • AIM-120 AMRAAM Beyond Visual Range (BVR) • AIM-9 Sidewinder Short-range Air-to-Air Missile • PL-5 Thunderbolt Short-range Air-to-Air Missile • PL-9 Short-range Infrared-Homing Air-toAir Missile • R550 Magic Short-range Air-to-Air Missile • Matra R530 Short-range Air-to-Air Missile • Super 530 Short-range Air-to-Air Missile Cruise Missiles • Babur (Hataf VII) Land attack cruise missile • Ra’ad (Hataf VIII) Air launched cruise missile Anti-Ship Missiles • Exocet Medium-Range Anti-Ship Missile • Harpoon Anti-Ship Missile • C-802 Eagle Strike Anti-Ship Missile (Produced under license) • C-803 Anti-Ship Missile

List of missiles by country
• 9K37 missile (SA-11/SA-N-7 Gadfly) • 9K38 missile (SA-17/SA-N-12 Grizzly) • 9K330/9K331/ 9K332 missiles (SA-15/SA-N-9 Gauntlet) • 82R missile (SSN-15 Starfish) • 86R/88R missile (SS-N-16 Stallion) • GR-1 Global Rocket fractional orbital bombardment system missile (SSX-10 Scrag) • Igla missile (SA-18/ SA-N-10 Grouse) • Igla-1 missile (SA-16 Gimlet) • K-5 missile (AA-1 Alkali) • K-8 missile (AA-3 Anab) • K-9 missile (AA-4 Awl) • K-13 missile (AA-2 Atoll) • KSR-2 (AS-5 Kelt) • MR-UR-100 Sotka intercontinental ballistic missile (SS-17 Spanker) • P-1 missile (SS-N-1 Scrubber) • P-270 missile (SSN-22 Sunburn) • P-700 Granit (SSN-19 Shipwreck) • R-1 theatre ballistic missile (SS-1 Scunner) • R-2 theatre ballistic missile (SS-2 Sibling) • R-4 missile (AA-5 Ash) • R-5M rocket (SS-3 Shyster) • R-7 Semyorka intercontinental • R-40 missile (AA-6 Acrid) • R-46 intercontinental ballistic missile • R-60 missile (AA-8 Aphid) • R-73 missile (AA-11 Archer) • R-77 missile (AA-12 Adder) • R-300 Elbrus theatre ballistic missile (SS-1c Scud) • R-400 Oka mobile theatre ballistic missile (SS-23 Spider) • RS-24 intercontinental ballistic missile (Unknown) [3] • RT-1 theatre ballistic missile • RT-2 intercontinental ballistic missile (SS-13 Savage) • RT-2PM Topol mobile intercontinental ballistic missile (SS-25 Sickle) • RT-2UTTH Topol M mobile intercontinental ballistic missile (SS-27) • RT-15 mobile theatre ballistic missile (SS-14 Scamp) • RT-20 intercontinental ballistic missile (SS-15 Scrooge) • RT-21 Temp 2S mobile intercontinental ballistic missile (SS-16 Sinner) • RT-21M Pioner mobile medium range ballistic

Russia and the USSR (Europe/Asia)
By Russian designation
The NATO reporting name of each missile is shown in parentheses behind the proper name. • 2K11 missile (SA-4 • R-27 submarineGanef) launched • 2K22 missile ballistic missile (SA-19/SA-N-11 (SS-N-6 Serb) Grison) • R-27 missile • 3M9 missile (SA-6 (AA-10 Alamo) Gainful) • R-33 missile • 4K40/4K51 missile (AA-9 Amos) (SS-N-2 Styx) • R-36 • 4K60/4K65 missiles intercontinental (SA-N-3 Goblet) ballistic missile • 9K33 missile (SA-8/ (SS-9 Scarp and SA-N-4 Gecko) SS-18 Satan) • R-39 missile (SSN-20 Sturgeon)

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ballistic missile (SS-6 Sapwood) R-9 Desna intercontinental ballistic missile (SS-8 Sasin) R-11 tactical ballistic missile (SS-1b Scud) R-12 Dvina theatre ballistic missile (SS-4 Sandal) R-13 submarinelaunched ballistic missile (SS-N-4 Sark) R-14 Usovaya theatre ballistic missile (SS-5 Skean) R-15 submarinelaunched ballistic missile R-16 intercontinental ballistic missile (SS-7 Saddler) R-21 submarinelaunched ballistic missile (SS-N-5 Serb) R-23 missile (AA-7 Apex) R-26 intercontinental ballistic missile (SS-8 Sasin) missile (SS-20 Saber) RT-23 Molodets intercontinental ballistic missile (SS-24 Scalpel) RT-25 theatre ballistic missile S-25 missile (SA-1 Guild) S-75 missile (SA-2/SA-N-2 Guideline) S-125 missile (SA-3/SA-N-1 Goa) S-200 missile (SA-5 Gammon) S-300P missile (SA-10 Grumble/ SA-N-6/SA-20 Gargoyle/SAX-21 Triumf) S-300V missile (SA-12 Gladiator/Giant) Strela-1 missile (SA-9 Gaskin) Strela-2 missile (SA-7/SA-N-5 Grail) Strela-3 missile (SA-14/SA-N-8 Gremlin) Strela-10 missile (SA-13 Gopher) TR-1 Temp theatre ballistic missile (SS-12 / SS-22 Scaleboard) UR-100 intercontinental ballistic missile (SS-11 Sego) UR-100N intercontinental ballistic missile (SS-19 Stiletto) UR-200 intercontinental ballistic missile (SS-X-10 Scrag)

List of missiles by country

By NATO name
• AA-1 Alkali / Kaliningrad K-5 • AA-2 Atoll / Vympel K-13 • AA-3 Anab / Kaliningrad K-8 • AA-4 Awl / K-9 missile • AA-5 Ash / R-4 missile • AA-6 Acrid / R-40 missile • AA-7 Apex / R-23 missile • AA-8 Aphid / R-60 missile • AA-9 Amos / R-33 missile • AA-10 Alamo / R-27 missile • AA-11 Archer / R-73 missile • AA-12 Adder R-77 missile • AS-1 Kennel antishipping • AS-2 Kipper antishipping • AS-3 Kangaroo nuclear anti-shipping • AS-4 Kitchen antishipping • AS-5 Kelt air-tosurface • AS-6 Kingfisher antishipping • AS-7 Kerry • (SA-1 Guild) S-25 missile • (SA-2/SA-N-2 Guideline) S-75 missile • (SA-3/SA-N-1 Goa) S-125 missile • (SA-N-3 Goblet) 4K60/4K65 missiles • (SA-4 Ganef) 2K11 missile • (SA-5 Gammon) S-200 missile • (SA-6 Gainful) 3M9 missile • (SA-7/SA-N-5 Grail) Strela-2 missile • (SA-8/SA-N-4 Gecko) 9K33 missile • SS-1 Scunner / R-1 • SS-1b Scud / R-11 • SS-1c Scud / R-300 • SS-2 Sibling / R-2 • SS-3 Shyster / R-5 • SS-4 Sandal / R-12 Dvina • SS-5 Skean / R-14 Usovaya • SS-6 Sapwood / R-7 Semyorka • SS-7 Saddler / R-16 • SS-8 Sasin / R-9 Desna • SS-8 Sasin / R-26 (mistaken identification by NATO) • SS-9 Scarp / R-36 • SS-10 Scrag / Global Rocket 1 • SS-11 Sego / UR-100 • SS-12 Scaleboard / TR-1 Temp • SS-13 Savage / RT-2 • SS-14 Scamp / RT-15 • SS-15 Scrooge / RT-20 • SS-16 Sinner / RT-21 Temp 2S • SS-17 Spanker / MR-UR-100 Sotka • SS-18 Satan / R-36M • SS-19 Stiletto / UR-100N • SS-20 Saber / RT-21M Pioner

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• (SA-9 Gaskin) Strela-1 missile • (SA-10 Grumble/SAN-6/SA-20 Gargoyle/ SA-X-21 Triumf) S-300P missile • (SA-11/SA-N-7 Gadfly) 9K37 missile • (SA-12 Gladiator/ Giant) S-300V missile • (SA-13 Gopher) Strela-10 missile • (SA-14/SA-N-8 Gremlin) Strela-3 missile • (SA-15/SA-N-9 Gauntlet) 9K330/ 9K331/9K332 missiles • (SA-16 Gimlet) Igla-1 missile • (SA-17/SA-N-12 Grizzly) 9K38 missile • (SA-18/SA-N-10 Grouse) Igla missile • (SA-19/SA-N-11 Grison) 2K22 missile • SS-21 Scarab / OTR-21 Tochka • SS-22 Scaleboard / TR-1 Temp • SS-23 Spiker / R-400 Oka • SS-24 Scalpel / RT-23 Molodets • SS-25 Sickle / RT-2PM Topol • SS-27 / RT-2UTTH Topol M • SS-N-1 Scrubber / P-1 missile • SS-N-2 Styx / 4K40/4K51 missile • SS-N-4 Sark / R-13 • SS-N-5 Serb / R-21 • SS-N-6 Serb / R-27 • SS-N-15 Starfish 82R missile • SS-N-16 Stallion 86R/ 88R missile • SS-N-19 Shipwreck / P-700 rocket • SS-N-20 Sturgeon / R-39 missile • SS-N-21 Sampson / Raduga Kh-55 • SS-N-22 Sunburn / P-270 missile • SS-N-23 Skif / SS-N-23 • SS-N-25 Switchblade / Kh-35 • SS-N-27 Sizzler / 3M-54 Klub

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• SS-X-10 Scrag / Global Rocket 1 / GR-1 • SS-X-10 Scrag / UR-200

Serbia (Europe)
• ALAS (Advanced Light Attack System) Long-range multipurpose guided missile

South Africa (Africa)
RSA Series
• RSA-1 (Variant of the Jericho II)[1] • RSA-2 (Variant of the Jericho II)[2] • RSA-3[3] • RSA-4 (Variant of the Shavit)[4] (Above missiles made by Houwteq)

Other
A-Darter, R-Darter Ingwe Mokopa MUPSOW (Multi-Purpose Stand Off Weapon) • TORGOS • Umkhonto (Above missiles made by Denel Aerospace Systems, formerly Kentron) • • • •

Sweden (Europe)
• • • • • • • • • RBS-15 RB 04 Rb 05 RBS 70 RBS 23 Taurus missile BILL 1 BILL 2 Bantam

Turkey (Asia/Europe; NATO)
TR 122 Toros 230 Toros 260 RA 7040 TR 107 Pars SAGE 227 F (Turkish munition for M270 MLRS) • Kasırga WS-1 (Turkey/PRC co-production) • • • • • •

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• Yıldırım B-611(F600t or j-600 t) (Turkey/ PRC co-production) • J Missile(status unknown, possibly under development) • • • • • • • • •

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Skyflash Starburst Starstreak Storm Shadow (British-French) Swingfire Ground to ground, anti-tank Thunderbird Tigercat UB.109T - cruise missile Vickers Vigilant

Taiwan (Republic of China) (Asia-Pacific)
See also entries under China, People’s Republic of. • Hsiung Feng I (HF-1) (ship-to-ship) • Hsiung Feng II (HF-2) (guided multiplatform antiship) • Hsiung Feng IIE (HF-2E) (land attack cruise missile variant of HF-2) • Hsiung Feng III (HF-3) (antiship and/or land attack cruise missile) • Sky Bow I (TK-1) (SAM) • Sky Bow II (TK-2) (SAM) • Sky Bow III (TK-3) (SAM) • Sky Spear (Short range SSBM) • Sky Sword I (TC-1) (air-to-air) • Sky Sword II (TC-2) (air-to-air)

United States (North America; NATO)
Missile Design Series (Unified)
US DoD 4120 Mission Design Series (MDS) Designators and Symbols for Guided Missiles, Rockets, Probes, Boosters, and Satellites.[5] Sample Missile MDS - "BGM-109G"[5] The list of U. S. missiles, sorted by ascending MDS number: • MGM-1 • AQM-60 • AGM-119 Matador Kingfisher Penguin • RIM-2 • MQM-61 (NorwegianTerrier Cardinal made) • MIM-3 • AGM-62 • AIM-120 Nike-Ajax Walleye AMRAAM • AIM-4 • AGM-63 • CQM-121 Falcon • AGM-64 Pave Tiger/ • MGM-5 Hornet Seek Corporal • AGM-65 Spinner • RGM-6 Maverick • AGM-122 Regulus • RIM-66 Sidearm • AIM-7 Standard MR • AGM-123 Sparrow/ SM-2 Skipper RIM-7 Sea • RIM-67 • AGM-124 Sparrow Standard ER Wasp • RIM-8 SM-2 • UUM-125 Talos • AIM-68 Big Q Sea Lance • AIM-9 • AGM-69 • BQM-126 Sidewinder SRAM • AQM-127 • CIM-10 • LEM-70 SLAT Bomarc Minuteman • AQM-128 • PGM-11 ERCS • AGM-129 Redstone • BGM-71 TOW ACM • AGM-12 • MIM-72 • AGM-130 Bullpup Chaparral Ripper[6] • MGM-13 • UGM-73 • AGM-131 Mace Poseidon SRAM II • MIM-14 • BQM-74 • AIM-132 NikeChukar ASRAAM Hercules • BGM-75 • UGM-133 • RGM-15 AICBM Trident II Regulus II

United Kingdom (Europe; NATO)
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • AIM-132 ASRAAM Bloodhound Surface-to-air Blowpipe Man portable Surface-to-air Blue Steel Nuclear "Stand Off Bomb" Blue Streak Blue Water - surface to surface nuclear Brakemine WWII SAM project Brimstone Fairey Fireflash Air-to-air Fairey Stooge anti-ship missile Fire Shadow Firestreak Air-to-air Green Cheese Javelin Surface-to-air Malkara (joint Australian/British) MBDA Meteor (European) Rapier Surface-to-air Red Dean Red Hebe Red Top Air-to-air Sea Cat Sea Dart Sea Eagle Sea Skua Sea Slug Surface-to-air Sea Wolf Surface-to-air Skybolt ALBM

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Status Prefix C - Captive D - Dummy J - Special Test (temporary) M - Maintenance N - Special Test (Permanent) X - Experimental Y - Prototype Z - Planning Launch Environment A - Air B - Multiple C - Coffin G - Surface H - Silo Stored M - Mobile P - Soft Pad R - Ship U - Underwater Basic Mission C - Transport D - Decoy E - Electronic / Communications G - Surface Attack

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Vehicle Type B - Booster M - Guided Missile N - Probe R - Rocket S - Satellite

I - Aerial/Space Intercept L - Launch Detection / Surveillance M - Scientific / Calibration N - Navigation Q - Drone S - Space Support T - Training U - Underwater Attack W - Weather

Launch Environment Basic Mission Vehicle Type Design Number Series • CGM-16 / HGM-16 Atlas • PGM-17 Thor • MGM-18 Lacrosse • PGM-19 Jupiter • ADM-20 Quail • MGM-21 (Frenchmade) • AGM-22 (Frenchmade) • MIM-23 Hawk • RIM-24 Tartar • LGM-25 Titan • AGM-76 Falcon • FGM-77 Dragon • AGM-78 Standard ARM • AGM-79 Blue Eye • AGM-80 Viper • AQM-81 Firebolt • AIM-82 • AGM-83 Bulldog • AGM-84 Harpoon • RGM-84 Harpoon • UGM-84 Harpoon • RIM-85

Mutiple Surface Attack Guided Missile 109th Missile Design 7th Version of the Design • MGM-134 • Midgetman • ASM-135 • ASAT • AGM-136 • Tacit Rainbow • • AGM-137 TSSAM • • CEM-138 Pave • Cricket • RUM-139 • VL-ASROC • MGM-140 • ATACMS • • ADM-141 TALD • • AGM-142 • Have Nap (Israeli• made) • AIM-26 Falcon UGM-27 Polaris AGM-28 Hound Dog MGM-29 Sergeant LGM-30 Minuteman MGM-31 Pershing MGM-32 Entac MQM-33 BGM-34 Firebee AQM-35 MQM-36 Shelduck AQM-37 Jayhawk AQM-38 • AGM-86 ALCM • AGM-87 Focus • AGM-88 HARM • UGM-89 Perseus • BQM-90 ASMT[6] • AQM-91 Firefly • FIM-92 Stinger • XQM-93 Compass Dwell • GQM-94 BGull • AIM-95 Agile • UGM-96 Trident I

-B -G -M - 109 -G • MQM-143 RPVT • ADM-144 • BQM-145 Peregrine • MIM-146 ADATS • BQM-147 Exdrone • FGM-148 Javelin • PQM-149 UAV-SR • PQM-150 UAV-SR • FQM-151 Pointer • AIM-152 AAAM • AGM-153 • AGM-154 JSOW

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Modification Suffix

Status Prefix Launch Target System Developing Sequence Environment Environment Designation Service Number R - Research A - Air T - Training S - Surface A - Air S - Surface UUnderwater M - Missile A - Air Force G - Army N - Navy

XUExperimental Underwater Y - Service Test Basic Mission System Designation C - Control L - Launching PPropulsion R - Research • MQM-39 Cardinal • MQM-40 Firefly • AQM-41 Petrel • MQM-42 Redhead/ Roadrunner • FIM-43 Redeye • UUM-44 Subroc • AGM-45 Shrike • MIM-46 Mauler • AIM-47 Falcon • AGM-48 Skybolt • LIM-49 Nike Zeus/ Spartan • RIM-50 Typhon LR • MGM-51 Shillelagh • MGM-52 Lance • AGM-53 Condor • AIM-54 Phoenix

Developing Service A - Air Force G - Army N - Navy

Sequence Number

Modification Suffix

TV - Test Vehicle

• AIM-97 Seekbat • GQM-98 TernR • LIM-99 • LIM-100 • RIM-101 • PQM-102 Delta Dagger • AQM-103 Thunderbolt[6] • MIM-104 Patriot • MQM-105 Aquila • BQM-106 Teleplane • MQM-107 Streaker • BQM-108 VATOL[6] • BGM-109 Tomahawk • BGM-110 SLCM • BQM-111 Firebrand • AGM-112 • RIM-113 SIRCS • AGM-114 Hellfire • MIM-115 Roland

• BQM-155 • RIM-55 • RIM-116 RAM • MQM-171 Hunter Typhon MR • FQM-117 Outlaw • RIM-156 • PQM-56 RCMAT • FGM-172 SM-2ER • MQM-57 • LGM-118 SRAW Block IV Falconer Peacekeeper • MGM-157 • MQM-58 EFOGM Overseer • AGM-158 • RGM-59 JASSM Taurus • AGM-159 JASSM Joint Designation System of • ADM-160 1947 MALD [7] • RIM-161 Test Vehicle Designations Sequence Numbers: SM-3 Air Force: Consecutive numerical se• RIM-162 quence for each missile mission type. ESSM Army: Single numerical sequence until • GQM-163 1948 when the sequence numbers were Coyote • MGM-164 restarted. ATACMS II Navy: Initially even numbers transitioning • RGM-165 to sequential. Sample Vehicle Designation "SSM-A-2 LASM • MGM-166 Navaho" Sample Test Vehicle Designation "RTV-G-1 LOSAT • BQM-167 WAC Corporal" Skeeter • MGM-168 United States Air Force DesigATAMCS nation Systems Block IVA United States Air Force Designation Sys• AGM-169 tem 1947 to 1951 JCM The list of missiles sorted by ascending Air • MQM-170 Force 1947-1951 designations.[7] Outlaw • AAM-A-1 Firebird • RTV-A-4 Shrike

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Prefix Launch Environment Target Environment System Designation Developing Service Sequence Number Modification Suffix Basic Mission System Designation Developing Service Sequence Number Modification Suffix Basic Mission B - Bomber "Ground Attack Missile" F - Fighter "Anti-Aircraft Missile" X - Experimental RTV-A-5 SAM-A-1 GAPA SSM-A-1 Matador SSM-A-2 Navaho SSM-A-3 Snark • SSM-A-4 Navaho • II • • SSM-A-5 Boojum • • SSM-A-6 Navaho III United States Air Force Designation System 1951 to 1955[7] During this timeframe, the U.S. Air Force treated missiles as pilotless aircraft.[7] The list of missiles sorted by ascending Air Force 1951-1955 designations. • B-61 • F-98 Falcon • X-7 Matador • F-99 • X-8 • B-62 Snark Bomarc • X-9 • B-63 • F-104 Shrike RASCAL Falcon1 • X-10 • B-64 • X-112 Navaho • X-122 • B-65 Atlas • X-17 • B-67 Crossbow 1A version of the Falcon missile was briefly designated the F-104 before it was re-designated as the F-98.[7] 2The X-11 and X-12 designations were assigned to one and three engine test missiles • • • • AAM-A-2 Falcon ASM-A-1 TARZON ASM-A-2 RASCAL LTV-A-1 Doodle Bug PTV-A-1 RTV-A-1 RTV-A-2 HIROC RTV-3 NATIV • • • • • • Sequence Number Research TV - Test Vehicle G - Army Not Used S - Surface S - Surface M - Missile A - Air Force Sequencial Number

List of missiles by country

S S M A 2 Not Used R TV G 1 Not Used Modification Series

that would have been used to develop a five engine version of the Atlas missile.[7] United States Air Force Designation System 1955 to 1963[7] For all basic missions except GAR (which started at 1) the sequence number started after 67 which was the last bomber designation used for guided missiles.[7] Sample Air Force 1955 - 1963 Designation - "XSM - 73" The list of missiles sorted by ascending Air Force 1955-1963 designations. * • TM-61 • GAM-79 • GAR-1 Matador White Falcon • SM-62 Lance • GAR-2 Snark • SM-80 Falcon • GAM-63 Minuteman • GAR-3 RASCAL • RM-81 Falcon • SM-64 Agena • GAR-4 Navaho • RM-82 Falcon • SM-65 Loki-Dart • GAR-5 Atlas • GAM-83 Falcon • GAM-67 Bullpup • GAR-6 Crossbow • RM-84 Falcon • SM-68 Aerobee-Hi • GAR-8 Titan • RM-85 Sidewider • IM-69 Nike-Cajun • GAR-9 Bomarc • RM-86 Exos Falcon • IM-70 • GAM-87 • GAR-11 Talos Skybolt Nuclear Falcon

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Status Prefix H - Hardened RReconnaissance S - Space T - Training U - Training X - Experimental Y - Service Test Status Prefix Basic Mission Sequence Number Modification Series Pre-Fix X - Experimental Experimental Strategic Missile 6th non-GAR missile after 67 Not Used Basic Mission BD - Assault Drone LB - Bomb Carrying Glider TD - Target Drone Basic Mission GAM - Guided Air-Launched Missile GAR - Guided Air-Launched Rocket IM - Intercept Missile RM - Research Missile SM - Strategic Missile TM - Tactical Missile Sequence Number

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Modification Series

X SM 73

Manufacturer Code D - McDonnell E - Pratt-Read P - Piper T - Taylorcraft

• GAM-71 Buck Duck • GAM-72 Quail • SM-73 Bull Goose • SM-74 • SM-75 Thor • TM-76 Mace • GAM-77 Hound Dog • SM-78

• SRM-88 Rocksonde 200 • RM-89 Blue Scout I • RM-90 Blue Scout II • RM-91 Blue Scout Junior • RM-92 Blue Scout Junior • IM-99 Bomarc • AIM-101 Sparrow

United States Navy Designation Systems
United States Navy Designation System 1941 - 1945[7] The list of missiles sorted by ascending Navy 1941 - 1945 designations. • Interstate BDR • LBD Gargoyle

• LBE-1 Glomb • LBP-1 Glomb • LBT-1 Glomb United States Navy Designation System 1946 - 1947[7] The list of missiles sorted by ascending Navy 1946-1947 designations.[7] • KAM Little Joe • KGW Loon • KAN Little Joe • KSD Gargoyle • KA2N Gorgon IIA • KUD Gargoyle • KA3N Gorgon IIIA • KUM Gorgon IV • KAQ Lark • KUN Gorgon IIC • KAS Sparrow • KU2N Gorgon IIA • KAY Lark • KU3N Gorgon III • KGN Gorgon IIC • KUW Loon United States Navy Designation System 1947 - 1963 The list of missiles sorted by ascending Navy 1947-1963 designations.[7] • AAM-N-2 • AUM-N-4 Diver • CTV-N-6 Sparrow I • AUM-N-6 Puffin Gorgon • AAM-N-3 • SAM-N-2 Lark IIIA Sparrow II • SAM-N-4 Lark • CTV-N-8 • AAM-N-4 • SAM-N-6 Talos Bumblebee Oriole • SAM-N-7 Terrier STV • SAM-N-8 Zeus

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Basic Mission KA - Anti-Aircraft KD - Drone KG - Ground Attack KS - Anti-Ship KU - Research and Test Manufacturer Sequence Number None - First Missile Constructed by Manufacturer 2 - Second Missile Constructed by Manufacturer

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Manufacturer Code D - McDonnell M - Martin N - Naval Air Material Unit Q - Fairchild S - Sperry Y - Convair W - Willys-Overland

3 - 3rd Missile Constructed by Manufacturer

Designation BG - Bomb Glider BQ - Guided Bomb GB - Glide Bomb GT - Glide Torpedo JB - Jet Bomb VB - Vertical Bomb • AAM-N-5 Meteor • AAM-N-6 Sparrow III • AAM-N-7 Sidewinder • AAM-N-9 Sparrow X • AAM-N-10 Eagle • AAM-N-11 Phoenix • ASM-N-2 Bat • ASM-N-4 Dove • ASM-N-5 Gorgon V • ASM-N-6 Omar • ASM-N-7 Bullpup • ASM-N-8 Corvus • ASM-N-10 Shrike • ASM-N-11 Condor

Function Glider with explosive warhead Ground-launched remote controlled drone Guided Bomb Guided Bomb with a torpedo Missile Guided Bomb

Period of Usage 1942 to 1944 1942 to 1945 1941 to 1947 1943 to 1947 1943 to 1947 1943 to 1947 • CTV-N-9 AUM-N-2 • • RTV-N-13 Lark Petrel Aerobee • CTV-N-10 150 Lark • RTV-N-15 • LTV-N-2 Pollux Loon • RV-N-16 • LTV-N-4 Oriole NOTS • PTV-N-2 United States Army Designation Gorgon IV Systems • PTV-N-4 United States Army Designation System Bumblebee [7] BTV 1941 - 1947 The • RTV-N-2 list of missiles sorted by ascending Army 1941-1947 designations. Gargoyle • • RTV-N-4 JB-1 Bat • Gorgon JB-2 Doodle Bug IIIC • JB-3 Tiamet • • RTV-N-6 JB-4 Project MX-607 • JB-5 Bumblebee Project MX-595 XPM • JB-6 Project MX-600 • • RTV-N-8 JB-7 Project MX-605 • Aerobee JB-8 GAPA • JB-9 Project MX-626 • RTV-N-10 • Aerobee JB-10 Bat United States Army Designation System • RTV-N-12 1948 - 1955 Viking The list of missiles sorted by ascending Army 1948 - 1955 designations.[7]

• SAM-N-8 Typhon LR • SAM-N-9 Typhon MR • SSM-N-2 Triton (see USS Hawaii (CB-3)) • SSM-N-4 Taurus • SSM-N-6 Rigel • SSM-N-8 Regulus • SSM-N-9 Lacrosse • SSM-N-9 Regulus II • SUM-N-2 Grebe • CTV-N-2 Gorgon IIC • CTV-N-4 Gorgon IIA

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Prefix X - Pre Production Army Ordnance Designator M - Ordnance Designator • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Aries APKWS ASALM ATASK Athena Bold Orion Brazo Caleb Caster 4B Cherokee CKEM Cree Crow D-40 Cannonball

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Modification Suffix

Equipment Category Sequence Number

• RTV-G-1 WAC • SSM-G-14 Corporal Redstone • RTV-G-2 Corporal • SSM-G-15 E Hermes A-1 • RTV-G-3 Hermes II • SSM-G-16 • RTV-G-4 Bumper Hermes A-3B • CTV-G-5 Hermes • SSM-G-17 A-1 Corporal • RTV-G-6 Hermes • SAM-A-18 B-1 Raytheon • SAM-G-7 Nike Ajax • SAM-A-19 Plato • SSM-G-8 Hermes • RV-A-22 Lark A-3A • SSM-A-23 Dart • SSM-G-9 Hermes • SAM-A-25 Nike B-2 Hercules • RTV-G-10 Hermes • SSM-A-27 A-2 Sergeant • SSM-G-12 Martin Lacrosse • SSM-G-13 Hermes A-2 United States Army Designation System 1955 - 1963 The list of missiles sorted by ascending Army 1955-1963 designations.[7] • M1 Nike-Ajax • M2 Corporal • M3 Hawk • M4 Lacrosse • M6 Nike-Hercules • M8 Redstone • M9 Redstone • M13 Shillelagh • M14 Pershing • M15 Sergeant • M16 Hawk • M18 Hawk • M19 Pershing

• M30 • SR19/ Guided SR19 MRLS • SRALT • NOTSNIK • STARS • PAM • Storm • PLV • T-16 • Pogo • T-22 • Pogo-Hi • Talos• Private Sergeant2 • Rapier Hydac • RATTLRS • THAAD • RSC-51 • Trailblazer • Senior 2 Prom • Wagtail • Sergent- • Wizard Hydac • SIAM 1Australian target missile briefly used by the United States Navy. 2The United States procured Rapier missile systems for the air defense of United States Air Force Bases in the United Kingdom.

• Flying Bomb • GBI • HAVE DASH II • HEDI • Hera • HGV • HIBEX • High Virgo • HOE • HOPI • HTV • HVM • HyFly

United States Missiles with X Designations
The list of X designated United States missiles numerically: • X-7 • X-8 • X-9 Shrike • X-10 • X-11 • X-12 • X-17 • X-41 • X-42 • X-43 Hyper-X • X-51

United States Undesignated Missiles

The list of undesignated United States mis• List of rockets siles sorted alphabetically: • A-1 • ERAM • Jindivik1 • Skokie I • Affordable • ERIS • Kettering • Skokie II Weapon • FABMDS Bug • SLAM [1] • Alpha • Farside • LAM • Spike "RSA-1". astronautix.com. 2007-10-20. Draco • FLAGE • LASRM • Sprint http://www.astronautix.com/lvs/ rsa1.htm. • ALVRJ • LOCAAS

See also

References

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[2] "RSA-2". astronautix.com. 2007-10-20. http://www.astronautix.com/lvs/ rsa2.htm. [3] "RSA-3". astronautix.com. 2007-10-20. http://www.astronautix.com/lvs/ rsa3.htm. [4] "RSA-4". astronautix.com. 2007-10-20. http://www.astronautix.com/lvs/ rsa4.htm.

List of missiles by country
[5] ^ Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (AT&L), DoD 4120.15-L Model Designation of Military Aerospace Vehicles, Department of Defense, May 12, 2004 [6] ^ Bridges Derek. (2007) M-Missiles, [1], retrieved December 25, 2007 [7] ^ Andreas Parsch, Pre-1963 Designations of U.S. Missile and Drones, [2], Retrieved November 17, 2007.

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