Missiles by Name

By on Saturday, July 30th, 2005

List of Missiles by name. The list is sorted alphabetically.

A

  • AA-1 Alkali (NATO reporting name for the Kaliningrad K-5)
  • AA-2 Atoll (NATO reporting name for the Vympel K-13)
  • AA-3 Anab (NATO reporting name for the Kaliningrad K-8)
  • AA-4 Awl (NATO reporting name for the Raduga K-9)
  • ADM-20 Quail
  • ADM-141 TALD
  • ADM-144
  • ADM-160 MALD
  • AGM-12 Bullpup
  • AGM-22
  • AGM-28 Hound Dog
  • AGM-45 Shrike
  • AGM-48 Skybolt
  • AGM-53 Condor
  • AGM-62 Walleye
  • AGM-63
  • AGM-64 Hornet
  • AGM-65 Maverick
  • AGM-69 SRAM
  • AGM-76 Falcon
  • AGM-78 Standard ARM
  • AGM-79 Blue Eye
  • AGM-80 Viper
  • AGM-83 Bulldog
  • AGM-84 Harpoon
  • AGM-86 CALCM
  • AGM-87 Focus
  • AGM-88 HARM
  • AGM-112
  • AGM-114 Hellfire
  • AGM-119 Penguin (Norwegian-made; only non-US-made missile in US arsenal)
  • AGM-122 Sidearm
  • AGM-123 Skipper
  • AGM-124 Wasp
  • AGM-129 ACM
  • AGM-130
  • AGM-131 SRAM II
  • AGM-136 Tacit Rainbow
  • AGM-137 TSSAM
  • AGM-142 Have Nap
  • AGM-153
  • AGM-154 JSOW
  • AGM-158 JASSM
  • AGM-159 JASSM
  • Agni Missile
  • AIM-4 Falcon
  • AIM-7 Sparrow/RIM-7 Sea Sparrow
  • AIM-9 Sidewinder
  • AIM-26 Falcon
  • AIM-47 Falcon
  • AIM-54 Phoenix
  • AIM-68 Big Q
  • AIM-82
  • AIM-97 Seekbat
  • AIM-95 Agile
  • AIM-120 AMRAAM
  • AIM-132 ASRAAM
  • AIM-152 AAAM
  • Akash
  • Al-Samoud 2
  • Anza
  • Apache (popular name for the MBDA Apache)
  • AQM-35
  • AQM-37 Jayhawk
  • AQM-38
  • AQM-41 Petrel
  • AQM-60 Kingfisher
  • AQM-81 Firebolt
  • AQM-91 Firefly
  • AQM-103
  • AQM-127 SLAT
  • AQM-128
  • Arrow missile (Anti-ballistic)
  • AS.30 (designation for the MBDA AS 30)
  • ASM-135 ASAT
  • ASMP
  • ASRAAM (project name for the AIM-132 ASRAAM)
  • Aster (popular name for the MBDA Aster)
  • Astra Missile

B

  • Barak naval point defense surface-to-air missile (Israel)
  • Bat radar-guided, air-to-surface
  • BGM-34 Firebee
  • BGM-71 TOW
  • BGM-75 AICBM
  • BGM-109 Tomahawk
  • BGM-110
  • Bloodhound Surface-to-air
  • Blowpipe Man portable Surface-to-air
  • Blue Steel nuclear stand off missile (United Kingdom)
  • Blue Streak (United Kingdom)
  • BQM-90
  • BQM-106 Teleplane
  • BQM-108
  • BQM-111 Firebrand
  • BQM-126
  • BQM-145 Peregrine
  • BQM-147 Exdrone
  • BQM-155 Hunter
  • BQM-167 Skeeter
  • Brahmos (Collaboration with Russia)
  • Brimstone (United Kingdom)

C

  • CEM-138 Pave Cricket
  • CGM-16/HGM-16 Atlas
  • CIM-10 Bomarc
  • Cockburn Cheese
  • Condor missile (Argentina)
  • CQM-121 Pave Tiger
  • Crotale (France)
  • CSS-2 missile

D

  • Desna (popular name for the R-9 Desna intercontinental ballistic missile)
  • Dongfeng intercontinental ballistic missile (China)
  • Dvina (popular name for the R-12 Dvina theatre ballistic missile)

E

  • EGBU-15
  • Elbrus (popular name for the R-300, a Scud variant)
  • ENTAC (France)
  • Enzian missile
  • ERYX (France)
  • Euromissile HOT anti-armour missile
  • Exocet (popular name for the MBDA Exocet)

F

  • Fateh-110
  • Firestreak
  • FGM-77 Dragon
  • FGM-148 Javelin
  • FIM-43 Redeye
  • FIM-92 Stinger
  • FQM-117 RCMAT
  • FQM-151 Pointer

G

  • Gabriel missile (Ship-to-ship and air-to-ship variants)
  • Global Rocket 1 fractional orbital bombardment system missile (Russia; Cold War) (NATO reporting name SS-X-10 Scrag)
  • GQM-93
  • GQM-94 B-Gull
  • GQM-98 Tern-R
  • GQM-163 Coyote
  • GR-1 (designation for the Global Rocket 1)
  • Green Cheese
  • Green Flash

H

  • Hades
  • Hongqi-1 SAM
  • Hongqi-2 SAM
  • Hongnu-5 SAM
  • Hongqi-7 SAM
  • Hongqi-9 SAM
  • Hongqi-10 SAM
  • Hongqi-15 SAM
  • Hongqi-17 SAM
  • Hongqi-18 SAM
  • Hongqi-61 SAM
  • HOT (popular name for the Euromissile HOT anti-armour missile)
  • Hsiung Feng I (HF-1) (ship-to-ship)
  • Hsiung Feng II (HF-2) (guided multiplatform antiship with cruise missile varients)
  • Hsiung Feng III (HF-3) (antiship and/or land attack cruise missile)

I

  • IRIS-T

J

  • Javelin Surface-to-air
  • Jericho missile (Ground-to-ground ballistic)

K

  • K-5 missile (AA-1 Alkali)
  • K-8 missile (AA-3 Anab)
  • K-9 missile (AA-4 Awl)
  • K-13 missile (AA-2 Atoll)
  • Kaishan-1 SAM

L

  • LEM-70 Minuteman ERCS
  • LGM-25 Titan
  • LGM-30 Minuteman
  • LGM-118 Peacekeeper
  • Lieying-60 SAM
  • LIM-49 Nike Zeus
  • LIM-99
  • LIM-100
  • Long March cruise missile

M

  • M5 submarine launched ballistic missile
  • M45
  • M51
  • Magic (popular name for the R550 Magic)
  • Malkara (joint Australian/British)
  • MBDA Apache
  • MBDA AS 30
  • MBDA Aster
  • MBDA Exocet
  • MBDA Meteor
  • Meteor (popular name for the MBDA Meteor)
  • MBDA Scalp EG
  • MGM-1 Matador
  • MGM-5 Corporal
  • MGM-13 Mace
  • MGM-18 Lacrosse
  • MGM-21
  • MGM-29 Sergeant
  • MGM-31 Pershing
  • MGM-32 ENTAC
  • MGM-51 Shillelagh
  • MGM-52 Lance
  • MGM-140 ATACMS
  • MGM-134 Midgetman
  • MGM-157 EFOGM
  • MGM-164 ATACMS II
  • MGM-166 LOSAT
  • MGM-168 ATAMCS Block IVA
  • MICA (project name for the MBDA MICA)
  • MILAN
  • MIM-3 Nike-Ajax
  • MIM-14 Nike-Hercules
  • MIM-23 Hawk
  • MIM-46 Mauler
  • MIM-72 Chaparral
  • MIM-104 Patriot
  • MIM-115 Roland
  • MIM-146 ADATS
  • MISTRAL
  • Mokopa
  • Molodets (popular name for the RT-23 Molodets)
  • MQM-33
  • MQM-36 Shelduck
  • MQM-39
  • MQM-40 Firefly
  • MQM-42 Redhead/Roadrunner
  • MQM-57 Falconer
  • MQM-58 Overseer
  • MQM-61 Cardinal
  • MQM-74 Chukar
  • MQM-105 Aquila
  • MQM-107 Streaker
  • MQM-143 RPVT
  • MR-UR-100 Sotka intercontinental ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (NATO reporting name SS-17 Spanker)

N

  • Nag Missile
  • Nodong-1
  • Nuclear bunker buster

O

  • Oka (popular name for the R-400 Oka)

Q

  • Qianwei-1 SAM
  • Qianwei-2 SAM

P

  • P-1 missile (SS-N-1 Scrubber)
  • P-700 rocket (SS-N-19 Shipwreck)
  • Penguin (U.S. designation: AGM-119)
  • PenLung-9 SAM
  • PGM-11 Redstone
  • PGM-17 Thor
  • PGM-19 Jupiter
  • Pioner (popular name for the RT-21M Pioner)
  • Pluton
  • Popeye missile (Standoff. U.S. designation AGM-142 Have Nap. A cruise missile variant purportedly exists as well)
  • PQM-56
  • PQM-102 Delta Dagger
  • PQM-149 UAV-SR
  • PQM-150 UAV-SR
  • Prithvi missile
  • Python 5 (popular name for Rafael Python 5)

Q

  • Qassam rocket

R

  • R-1 theatre ballistic missile (SS-1 Scunner)
  • R-2 theatre ballistic missile (SS-2 Sibling)
  • R-4 missile (AA-5 Ash)
  • R-5 theatre ballistic missile (SS-3 Shyster)
  • R-7 Semyorka intercontinental ballistic missile (Russia/USSR; Cold War) (NATO name SS-6 Sapwood)
  • R-9 Desna intercontinental ballistic missile (Russia/USSR; Cold War) (NATO name SS-8 Sasin)
  • R-11 tactical ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (NATO name SS-1b Scud)
  • R-12 Dvina theatre ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (NATO name SS-4 Sandal)
  • R-13 submarine launched ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (SS-N-4 Sark)
  • R-14 Usovaya theatre ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (NATO name SS-5 Skean)
  • R-15 submarine launched ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War)
  • R-16 intercontinental ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (NATO name SS-7 Saddler)
  • R-17E, variant of Russian Scud B
  • R-21 submarine-launched ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (SS-N-5 Serb)
  • R-23 missile (AA-7 Apex)
  • R-26 intercontinental ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (mistakenly applied NATO name SS-8 Sasin)
  • R-27 submarine-launched ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (SS-N-6 Serb)
  • R-27 missile (AA-10 Alamo)
  • R-33 missile (AA-9 Amos)
  • R-36 intercontinental ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (NATO name SS-9 Scarp and SS-18 Satan)
  • R-39 missile (SS-N-20 Sturgeon)
  • R-40 missile (AA-6 Acrid)
  • R-46 orbital launcher and intercontinental ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War)
  • R-60 missile (AA-8 Aphid)
  • R-73 missile (AA-11 Archer)
  • R-77 missile (AA-12 Adder)
  • R-300 Elbrus theatre ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (NATO name SS-1c Scud)
  • R-400 Oka theatre ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (NATO name SS-23 Spider)
  • R550 Magic
  • Rapier Surface-to-air
  • Rafael Python 5 (Air-to-air)
  • RBS-15
  • RBS-23
  • RBS-70
  • RBS-77
  • RBS-90
  • Red Top Air-to-air
  • RGM-6 Regulus
  • RGM-15 Regulus II
  • RGM-59 Taurus
  • RGM-165 LASM
  • RIM-2 Terrier
  • RIM-8 Talos
  • RIM-24 Tartar
  • RIM-50 Typhon LR
  • RIM-55 Typhon MR
  • RIM-66 Standard Missile-1
  • RIM-66 Standard Missile-2
  • RIM-85
  • RIM-101
  • RIM-113
  • RIM-116 Rolling Airframe Missile
  • RIM-156 Standard Missile-2ER Block IV
  • RIM-161 Standard Missile-3
  • RIM-162 ESSM
  • ROLAND 2
  • RT-1 theatre ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War)
  • RT-2 intercontinental ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (SS-13 Savage)
  • RT-2PM Topol intercontinental ballistic missile (Russia; Modern)(SS-25 Sickle)
  • RT-2UTTH Topol M intercontinental ballistic missile (Russia; Modern) (SS-27)
  • RT-15 theatre ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (SS-14 Scamp)
  • RT-20 intercontinental ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (SS-15 Scrooge)
  • RT-21 Temp 2S intercontinental ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (SS-16 Sinner)
  • RT-21M Pioner theatre ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (SS-20 Saber)
  • RT-23 Molodets intercontinental ballistic missile (Russia; Modern) (SS-24 Scalpel)
  • RT-25 theatre ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War)
  • RUM-139 VL-Asroc

S

  • SA-1 Guild
  • SA-2 Guideline
  • SA-3 Goa
  • SA-4 Ganef
  • SA-5 Gammon
  • SA-6 Gainful
  • SA-8 Gecko
  • SA-9 Gaskin
  • SA-10 Grumble
  • SA-11 Gadfly
  • SA-12 Gladiator/Giant
  • SA-13 Gopher
  • SA-14 Gremlin
  • SA-15 Gauntlet
  • SA-16 Gimlet
  • SA-17 Grizzly
  • SA-18 Grouse
  • SA-19 Grisom
  • SA-N-3 Goblet
  • Saber (SS-20) (NATO reporting name for the RT-21M Pioner)
  • Saddler (SS-7) (NATO reporting name for the R-16 rocket)
  • Samid
  • Sandal (SS-4) (NATO reporting name for the R-12 Dvina)
  • Sapwood (SS-6) (NATO reporting name for the R-7 Semyorka)
  • Sark (SS-N-4) (NATO reporting name for the R-13)
  • Sasin (SS-8) (NATO reporting name for the R-9 Desna, also mistakenly applied to the R-9)
  • Satan (SS-18) (NATO reporting name for the R-36M)
  • Savage (SS-13) (NATO reporting name for the RT-2)
  • Scaleboard (SS-12 / SS-22) (NATO reporting name for the TR-1 Temp)
  • Scalpel (SS-24) (NATO reporting name for the RT-23 Molodets)
  • Scamp (SS-14) (NATO reporting name for the RT-15)
  • Scapegoat (SS-14) (alternate NATO reporting name for the RT-15)
  • Scarp (SS-9) (NATO reporting name for the R-36)
  • Scrag (SS-X-10) (NATO reporting name for the Global Rocket 1 and UR-200)
  • Scrooge (SS-15) (NATO reporting name for the RT-20)
  • Scud (SS-1b/SS-1c) (NATO reporting name for the R-11 and R-300 Elbrus family)
  • Scunner (SS-1) (NATO reporting name for the R-1)
  • Sea Cat
  • Sea Dart
  • Sea Eagle
  • Sea Slug Surface-to-air
  • Sea Wolf Surface-to-air
  • Sego (SS-11) (NATO reporting name for the UR-100)
  • Semyorka (popular name for the R-7 Semyorka)
  • Serb (SS-N-5) (NATO reporting name for the R-21)
  • Serb (SS-N-6) (NATO reporting name for the R-27)
  • Shahab-1
  • Shahab-2
  • Shahab-3
  • Shahab-3D
  • Shahab-4
  • Shahab-5
  • Shahab-6
  • Shavit (Space launcher)
  • Shyster (SS-3) (NATO reporting name for the R-5)
  • Sibling (SS-2) (NATO reporting name for the R-2)
  • Sickle (SS-25) (NATO reporting name for the RT-2PM Topol)
  • Silkworm missile subsonic cruise missile
  • Sinner (SS-16) (NATO reporting name for the RT-21 Temp 2S)
  • Skean (SS-5) (NATO reporting name for the R-14 Usovaya)
  • 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)
  • Skybolt ALBM
  • SM-62 Snark
  • Sotka (popular name for the MR-UR-100 Sotka)
  • Spanker (SS-17) (NATO reporting name for the MR-UR-100 Sotka)
  • Spider (SS-23) (NATO reporting name for the R-400 Oka)
  • Spike/Gil missile (Anti-tank)
  • SS-1 Scunner (NATO reporting name for the R-1)
  • SS-1b Scud (NATO reporting name for the R-11)
  • SS-1c Scud (NATO reporting name for the R-300 Elbrus)
  • SS-2 Sibling (NATO reporting name for the R-2)
  • SS-3 Shyster (NATO reporting name for the R-5)
  • SS-4 Sandal (NATO reporting name for the R-12 Dvina)
  • SS-5 Skean (NATO reporting name for the R-14 Skean)
  • SS-6 Sapwood (NATO reporting name for the R-7 Semyorka)
  • SS-7 Saddler (NATO reporting name for the R-16 rocket)
  • SS-8 Sasin (NATO reporting name for the R-9 Desna, also mistakenly applied to the R-26)
  • SS-9 Scarp (NATO reporting name for the R-36)
  • SS-10 surface-to-surface missile (France)
  • SS-11 surface-to-surface missile (France)
  • SS-11 Sego (NATO reporting name for the UR-100)
  • SS-12 surface-to-surface missile (France)
  • SS-12 Scaleboard (NATO reporting name for the TR-1 Temp)
  • SS-13 Savage (NATO reporting name for the RT-2)
  • SS-14 Scamp (NATO reporting name for the RT-15)
  • SS-15 Scrooge (NATO reporting name for the RT-20)
  • SS-16 Sinner (NATO reporting name for the RT-21 Temp 2S)
  • SS-17 Spanker (NATO reporting name for the MR-UR-100)
  • SS-18 Satan (NATO reporting name for the R-36M)
  • SS-19 Stiletto (NATO reporting name for the UR-100N)
  • SS-20 Saber (NATO reporting name for the RT-21M)
  • SS-22 Scaleboard (NATO reporting name for the TR-1 Temp modified versions)
  • SS-23 Spider (NATO reporting name for the R-400 Oka
  • SS-24 Scalpel (NATO reporting name for the RT-23 Molodets)
  • SS-25 Sickle (NATO reporting name for the RT-2PM Topol)
  • SS-27 (NATO reporting name for the RT-2UTTH Topol M)
  • SS-N-2 Styx
  • SS-N-4 Sark (NATO reporting name for the R-13)
  • SS-N-5 Serb (NATO reporting name for the R-21)
  • SS-N-6 Serb (NATO reporting name for the R-27)
  • SS-N-15 Starfish
  • SS-N-16 Stallion
  • SS-N-22 Sunburn
  • SS-X-10 Scrag (NATO reporting name for the Global Rocket 1 and UR-200)
  • Starstreak
  • Stiletto (SS-19) (NATO reporting name for the UR-100N)
  • Storm Shadow
  • Strela-1 missile (SA-9 Gaskin)
  • Strela-2 missile (SA-7/SA-N-5 Grail)
  • Swingfire Ground to ground, anti-tank

T

  • Temp (popular name for the TR-1 Temp)
  • Temp 2S (popular name for the RT-21 Temp 2S)
  • Topol (popular name for the RT-2PM Topol and RT-2UTTH Topol M)
  • TR-1 Temp theatre ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (SS-12 / SS-22 Scaleboard)
  • Trigat
  • Trishul missile

U

  • UGM-27 Polaris
  • UGM-73 Poseidon
  • UGM-89 Perseus
  • UGM-96 Trident I
  • UGM-133 Trident II
  • UR-100 intercontinental ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (NATO reporting name SS-11 Sego)
  • UR-100MR (common alternate designation for the MR-UR-100 Sotka)
  • UR-100N intercontinental ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (NATO reporting name SS-19 Stiletto)
  • UR-200 intercontinental ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (NATO reporting name SS-X-10 Scrag)
  • Usovaya (popular name for the R-14 Usovaya)
  • UUM-44 Subroc
  • UUM-125 Sea Lance

V

  • V-1
  • V-2 rocket
  • Voivode (popular name for the R-36M2)

W

  • Wasserfall missile

X

  • X-4 missile

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