Anexo:Misiles

Anexo:Misiles

Aquí tenemos una lista de misiles, ordenados alfabéticamente.

Otras listas

Tipos de misiles:

Por Nombre

A

  • A4 (reporting name "V-2 rocket")
  • AA-1 Alkali (Designación OTAN para Kaliningrad K-5)
  • AA-2 Atoll (Designación OTAN para Vympel K-13)
  • AA-3 Anab (Designación OTAN para Kaliningrad K-8)
  • AA-4 Awl (Designación OTAN para Raduga K-9)
  • AA-5 Ash (Designación OTAN para Raduga K-80)
  • AA-6 Acrid (Designación OTAN para Kaliningrad K-40)
  • AA-7 Apex (Designación OTAN para Kaliningrad K-23)
  • AA-8 Aphid (Designación OTAN para Kaliningrad K-60)
  • AA-9 Amos (Designación OTAN para Vympel R-33)
  • AA-10 Alamo (Designación OTAN para Vympel R-27)
  • AA-11 Archer (Designación OTAN para Vympel R-73)
  • AA-12 Adder (Designación OTAN para Vympel R-77)
  • AA-13 Arrow (Designación OTAN para Vympel R-37)
  • AAM-3 (Japanese Type 90 air-to-air missile)
  • AAM-4 (Japanese Type 99 air-to-air missile)
  • AAM-5 (Japanese Type 04 air-to-air missile)
  • Abdali-I (Pakistani surface-to-air Short-range ballistic missile)
  • ABM-1 Galosh (NATO reporting name for the Russian/USSR, Vympel A-350 surface-to-air Anti-Ballistic Missile)
  • 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 ALCM
  • 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
  • AGM-169 Joint Common Missile
  • Agni Missile
  • Agni I
  • Agni II
  • AIM-4 Falcon
  • AIM-7 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
  • AIR-2 Genie
  • Akash
  • Spanish for "Scorpion")
  • ALARM
  • Al-Hussein
  • Al-Samoud 2
  • 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-25K (anti-ship)
  • AS.30 (designation for the MBDA AS-30)
  • AS.34 Kormoran
  • ASM-1 (Japanese Type 80 air-to-ship missile)
  • ASM-2 (Japanese Type 93 air-to-ship missile)
  • ASM-135 ASAT
  • ASMP
  • ASRAAM (project name for the AIM-132 ASRAAM)
  • Aster (popular name for the MBDA Aster)
  • Astra Missile
  • ATM-1 (Japanese Type 64 Anti-Tank Missile)
  • ATM-2 (Japanese Type 79 Anti-Landing craft and Anti-Tank Missile)
  • ATM-3 (Japanese Type 87 Anti-Tank Missile)
  • ATM-4 (Japanese Type 96 Multi-Purpose Missile System)
  • ATM-5 (Japanese Type 01 Light Anti-Tank Missile)

B

  • Babur (Pakistani Cruise Missile)
  • Barak naval point defense surface-to-air missile (Israel)
  • BGM-34 Firebee
  • BGM-71 TOW
  • BGM-75 AICBM
  • BGM-109 Tomahawk
  • BGM-110
  • Baktar-Shikan (Pakistani Anti-tank Guided Missile)
  • Black Arrow (United Kingdom)
  • Bloodhound UK Surface-to-air
  • Blowpipe UK 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 (Missile developed by Russia/India )
  • Brakemine UK WWII project
  • Brimstone (United Kingdom)

C

  • C-602
  • C-701
  • C-802
  • CA 94
  • CA 95
  • CEM-138 Pave Cricket
  • CGM-16/HGM-16 Atlas
  • CIM-10 Bomarc
  • Condor missile (Argentina)
  • CQM-121 Pave Tiger
  • Crotale (France)

D

  • Desna (popular name for the R-9 Desna intercontinental ballistic missile)
  • DF-3A (NATO name: CSS-2)
  • DF-5
  • DF-4
  • DF-15
  • DF-21
  • DF-25
  • DF-31
  • DH-10
  • 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

G

  • Gabriel missile (Ship-to-ship and air-to-ship variants)
  • Ghauri-I
  • Ghauri-II
  • Ghauri-III
  • Ghaznavi-I
  • 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
  • Grom

H

  • Hadès
  • Harpoon
  • Hatf-I/IA/IB
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Hyunmoo

I

  • IDAS (missile)
  • Ingwe
  • IRIS-T

J

  • J-Missile
  • Javelin Surface-to-air
  • Jericho missile (Ground-to-ground ballistic)
  • JL-1
  • JL-2

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

  • Long March cruise missile

M

  • M1 submarine launched ballistic missile
  • M2
  • M4
  • M5
  • M20
  • M45
  • M51
  • Magic (popular name for the R550 Magic)
  • Mectron MAA-1 Piranha (short-range air-air infrared homing missile)
  • Malkara (joint Australian/British)
  • MAN-1 (anti-ship missile by Mectron, not in service yet)
  • Martin Pescador MP-1000 anti-ship ASM (Argentina)
  • MAR-1 (anti-radiation missile by Mectron, in tests)
  • Mathogo anti-tank, wire-guided (Argentina)
  • 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
  • MGR-1 Honest John
  • 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)
  • MX: See LGM-118 Peacekeeper

N

  • Nag Missile (Indian Anti-Tank Guided Missile)
  • Nirbhay
  • Naval Strike Missile (NSM)
  • Nike
  • Nodong-1
  • Nuclear bunker buster

O

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

P

  • P-1 missile (SS-N-1 Scrubber)
  • P-700 Granit (SS-N-19 Shipwreck)
  • PARS 3 LR
  • PAD
  • Penguin (U.S. designation: AGM-119)
  • PenLung-9 SAM
  • PL-10
  • Polyphem
  • 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
  • Prithvi II missile
  • Prithvi III missile
  • Python 5 (popular name for Rafael Python 5)

Q

  • Qassam rocket
  • Qianwei-1 SAM
  • Qianwei-2 SAM

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 (USSR/Russia; Cold War) (NATO name SS-6 Sapwood)
  • R-9 Desna intercontinental ballistic missile (USSR/Russia; Cold War) (NATO name SS-8 Sasin)
  • R-11 tactical ballistic missile (USSR; Cold War) (NATO name SS-1b Scud)
  • R-12 Dvina theatre ballistic missile (USSR; Cold War) (NATO name SS-4 Sandal)
  • R-13 submarine launched ballistic missile (USSR; Cold War) (SS-N-4 Sark)
  • R-14 Usovaya theatre ballistic missile (USSR; Cold War) (NATO name SS-5 Skean)
  • R-15 submarine ballistic missile (USSR; Cold War)
  • R-16 intercontinental ballistic missile (USSR; Cold War) (NATO name SS-7 Saddler)
  • R-17E, variant of Russian Scud B
  • R-21 submarine-launched ballistic missile (USSR; Cold War) (SS-N-5 Serb)
  • R-23 missile (AA-7 Apex)
  • R-26 intercontinental ballistic missile (USSR; Cold War) (mistakenly applied NATO name SS-8 Sasin)
  • R-27 submarine-launched ballistic missile (USSR; Cold War) (SS-N-6 Serb)
  • R-27 missile (AA-10 Alamo)
  • R-33 missile (AA-9 Amos)
  • R-36 intercontinental ballistic missile (USSR/Ukraine) (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 (USSR; Cold War) (NATO name SS-1c Scud)
  • R-400 Oka theatre ballistic missile (USSR; Cold War) (NATO name SS-23 Spider)
  • R550 Magic
  • Ra'ad (Pakistani Cruise Missile)
  • 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-7 Sea Sparrow
  • 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-67 Standard Missile-1 ER
  • RIM-67 Standard Missile-2 ER
  • 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 air defence missile
  • RS-24 intercontinental ballistic missile (Russia; Modern) [1]
  • RSA-1
  • RSA-2
  • RSA-3
  • RSA-4
  • RT-1 theatre ballistic missile (USSR; 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 mobile land launced theatre ballistic missile (USSR; Cold War) (SS-14 Scamp)
  • RT-20 intercontinental ballistic missile (USSR; Cold War) (SS-15 Scrooge)
  • RT-21 Temp 2S intercontinental ballistic missile (USSR; Cold War) (SS-16 Sinner)
  • RT-21M Pioner theatre ballistic missile (USSR; Cold War) (SS-20 Saber)
  • RT-23 Molodets intercontinental ballistic missile (Russia; Modern) (SS-24 Scalpel)
  • RT-25 theatre ballistic missile (USSR; Cold War)
  • RUM-139 VL-Asroc
  • RUR-5 Asroc

S

  • SA-2 Guideline
  • SA-3 Goa
  • SA-4 Ganef
  • SA-5 Gammon
  • SA-6 Gainful
  • SA-7 Grail
  • 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-20 Gargoyle
  • SA-X-21 Growler
  • 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
  • Saegheh
  • Sagarika (SLBM) (Indian Ballistic Missile)
  • Sajjil (MRBM) (Iranian Ballistic Missile)
  • Sandal (SS-4) (Designación OTAN para R-12 Dvina)
  • Sapwood (SS-6) (Designación OTAN para R-7 Semyorka)
  • Sark (SS-N-4) (Designación OTAN para R-13)
  • Sasin (SS-8) (Designación OTAN para R-9 Desna, also mistakenly applied to the R-26)
  • Satan (SS-18) (Designación OTAN para R-36M)
  • Savage (SS-13) (Designación OTAN para RT-2)
  • Scaleboard (SS-12 / SS-22) (Designación OTAN para TR-1 Temp)
  • Scalpel (SS-24) (Designación OTAN para RT-23 Molodets)
  • Scamp (SS-14) (Designación OTAN para RT-15)
  • Scapegoat (SS-14) (Designación OTAN para RT-15)
  • Scarp (SS-9) (Designación OTAN para R-36)
  • Scrag (SS-X-10) (Designación OTAN para Global Rocket 1 and UR-200)
  • Scrooge (SS-15) (Designación OTAN para RT-20)
  • Scud (SS-1b/SS-1c) (Designación OTAN para R-11 and R-300 Elbrus family)
  • Scunner (SS-1) (Designación OTAN para R-1)
  • SD 10 (Pakistani Beyond Visual Range Air-to-Air Missile)
  • Sea Cat
  • Sea Dart
  • Sea Eagle
  • Sea Skua
  • 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) (Designación OTAN para R-21)
  • Serb (SS-N-6) (Designación OTAN para R-27)
  • Shahab-1
  • Shahab-2
  • Shahab-3
  • Shahab-3D
  • Shahab-4
  • Shahab-5
  • Shahab-6
  • Shaheen-I (Pakistani MRBM)
  • Shaheen-II (Pakistani IRBM)
  • Shaheen-III (Pakistani IRBM)
  • Shavit (Space launcher)
  • Shkval (VA-111)
  • Shaurya missile (Indian)
  • Shyster (SS-3) (Designación OTAN para R-5)
  • Sibling (SS-2) (Designación OTAN para R-2)
  • Sickle (SS-25) (Designación OTAN para RT-2PM Topol)
  • Silkworm missile subsonic cruise missile
  • Sinner (SS-16) (Designación OTAN para 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
  • SM-73 Goose (decoy cruise missile)
  • SM-74 (proposed decoy cruise missile)
  • Sotka (popular name for the MR-UR-100 Sotka)
  • Spanker (SS-17) (Designación OTAN para MR-UR-100 Sotka)
  • Spartan LIM-49A ABM
  • Spider (SS-23) (Designación OTAN para R-400 Oka)
  • Spike/Gil missile (Anti-tank)
  • Sprint ABM
  • 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-21 Scarab (NATO reporting name for the OTR-21)
  • 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-1000 (Brazil, retired)
  • 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-12 Sandbox
  • SS-N-15 Starfish
  • SS-N-16 Stallion
  • SS-N-17
  • SS-N-19 Shipwreck
  • SS-N-20
  • SS-N-22 Sunburn
  • SS-N-27 Sizzler (NATO reporting name for the 3M54E)
  • 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

  • Taurus missile
  • Terne ASW
  • Temp (popular name for the TR-1 Temp)
  • Temp 2S (popular name for the RT-21 Temp 2S)
  • Thunderbird
  • Tippu missile (Pakistani IRBM)
  • Topol (popular name for the RT-2PM Topol and RT-2UTTH Topol M)
  • TOROS missile
  • TR-1 Temp theatre ballistic missile (Russia; Cold War) (SS-12 / SS-22 Scaleboard)
  • Trigat
  • Trishul missile (Indian Surface-to-Air Missile)

U

  • UGM-27 Polaris
  • UGM-73 Poseidon
  • UGM-89 Perseus
  • UGM-96 Trident I
  • UGM-133 Trident II
  • Umkhonto
  • 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

Lists of missiles by Weight with some performance figures

Rockets 50 - 200 Kg

Weight (kg) Rocket Name Country of origin Period of manufacture and use Warhead weight Warhead types Range Speed CEP
88 kg ASRAAM Bandera del Reino Unido Reino Unido 2002- 10 kg blast/fragmentation 18 km Mach 3+
91 kg AIM-9 Sidewinder Bandera de los Estados Unidos Estados Unidos 1956- 9.4 kg Annular blast fragmentation 18 km Mach 2.5
152 kg AMRAAM:- AIM-120D Bandera de los Estados Unidos Estados Unidos 2008 18 kg blast/fragmentation 210 km Mach 4
152 kg AMRAAM:- AIM-120C Bandera de los Estados Unidos Estados Unidos 1996 18 kg blast/fragmentation 105 km Mach 4
152 kg AMRAAM:- AIM-120B Bandera de los Estados Unidos Estados Unidos 1994- 23 kg blast/fragmentation 48 km Mach 4
96 kg Nimrod 2 Flag of Israel.svg Israel 1989-[] 14 kg HEAT,thermobaric,Fragmentation-HE 36 km 2000 km/h

See also

  • List of weapons
  • List of missiles by nation

References

Enlaces externos


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