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- Anti-air warfare : In the context of naval warfare, the mission of defending against aircraft and missiles, from platforms under naval command and control, possibly in coordination with other services and possibly defending land as well as sea areas.
- Anti-shipping missile : An air, surface (sea or land), or submarine-launched missile that can track and intercept a maneuvering ship target against the background of moving water
- Autocannon : A magazine-fed cannon that will load and fire continuously until its magazine is empty.
- County-class : Large destroyers of the 1960s and 1970s, built around the Sea Slug missile, primarily for anti-air warfare but with appreciable surface-to-surface capability; also guns and Exocet anti-shipping missiles; Wessex helicopter
- Cruise missile defense : A set of techniques for detecting, tracking, and neutralizing cruise missiles and their launching platforms. The techniques involved include sensors, and both kinetic and nonkinetic mechanisms for disrupting the missiles and their launchers.
- Destroyer : While the definition has evolved constantly, it is a multipurpose surface warship, generally less powerful than a cruiser, with capabilities against ship, aircraft, submarine, land, and sometimes ballistic missile targets
- Falklands War : 1982 war between Argentina and the United Kingdom over the Falkland Islands and their dependencies.
- French support for Iraq during the Iran-Iraq war : French technical assistance and sales of military and dual-use equipment, beginning in approximately 1975, to Iraq, and continuing through the Iran-Iraq War; France and the Soviet Union were the leading military suppliers to Iraq
- Guided missile : A weapon that flies through air or space, under its own power, which adjusts its course to hit its target.
- HMS Sheffield : British destroyer, a Type 42-class optimized for anti-air warfare, sunk by an Argentinean Exocet anti-shipping missile during the Falklands War while in an outer air defense ring protecting the task force
- Kongsberg Penguin missile : A Norwegian-designed anti-shipping missile, designated AGM-119 Penguin in U.S. service, which can be launched from helicopters, fixed-wing aircraft, ships and ground vehicles
- : Commercial U.K. trasport ship, sunk during the Falklands War by an Argentinean Exocet anti-shipping missile, while carrying all but one of the task force's heavy helicopters
- Mirage F-1 : A French third-generation multirole fighter
- Moskit : A family of Russian supersonic, sea-skimming anti-shipping missiles, ship- and air-launched, all designated by NATO as the SS-N-22 SUNBURN guided missile
- Phalanx close-in weapons system : A 20mm autocannon system originally for shipboard final defense against subsonic anti-shipping missiles, obsolescent in that role but being deployed for land-based counter-rocket, artillery and mortar (C-RAM) defense against guerrilla rockets.
- Precision-guided munition : A powered or unpowered weapon that adjusts its flight path to hit a specific target, with a circular error probability in the low number of meters, often less than the radius of destruction
- Raduga KSR-5 : A large, high-altitude, supersonic Russian air-to-surface missile, with a conventional or nuclear warhead, typically used against land or sea radar, or against ships
- Royal Navy : By long naval tradition, when there is no qualifier but "Royal", the navy being discussed is that of the United Kingdom.
- Soviet support for Iraq during the Iran-Iraq War : Soviet technical assistance and sales of military and dual-use equipment, beginning in approximately 1975, to Iraq, and continuing through the Iran-Iraq War; the Soviet Union and France were the leading military suppliers to Iraq
- Submarine : A ship or boat that can travel underwater
- Super Frelon helicopter : A French heavy-lift helicopter, primarily military but with some civilian roles
- Surface-to-surface missile : A guided missile launched from the land or water surface of the Earth, aimed at a surface target