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  • ...]], and [[RIM-24 Tartar]] of the 1950s, and continue themselves to evolve; SM-6 is in design. They are used by a number of navies. ...of SM-2 in anti-surface mode, along with helicopter-launched anti-shipping missiles, has replaced the [[AGM-84 Harpoon]].
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  • ...r warfare]] but also for [[ballistic missile defense]] and [[anti-shipping missile|attacking surface ships]]
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  • {{r|Surface-to-air missile}} {{r|Anti-shipping missile}}
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  • ...]], and [[RIM-24 Tartar]] of the 1950s, and continue themselves to evolve; SM-6 is in design. They are used by a number of navies. ...of SM-2 in anti-surface mode, along with helicopter-launched anti-shipping missiles, has replaced the [[AGM-84 Harpoon]].
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  • {{r|Standard SM missile series}} {{r|RIM-116 Rolling Airframe Missile}}
    301 B (39 words) - 04:40, 14 August 2009
  • {{r|Anti-satellite missile}} {{r|Ballistic missile defense}}
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  • {{r|Air, artillery and missile defense}} {{r|Air-to-surface missile}}
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  • {{r|RIM-156 Standard SM-2}} {{r|RIM-174 Standard SM-6}}
    753 B (97 words) - 01:09, 12 January 2010
  • {{r|Standard SM missile series}} {{r|Surface-to-air missile}}
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  • ...as replaced, to some extent, by the Tartar, and then the [[RIM-67 Standard SM-1]], or the [[RIM-67 NTU versions]] for non-AEGIS ships. ...radar homing]] was on the later versions, which also added [[anti-shipping missile]] capability. The final version had 40 nmi/75 km range.<ref>{{citation
    1 KB (191 words) - 21:06, 12 August 2010
  • {{r|Surface-to-air missile}} {{r|RIM-162 ESSM||**}}
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  • ...sity for [[submarine-launched ballistic missile]]s (SLBM), developments in missile technology have made VLS much more attractive than earlier, even reloadabl The first submarine-launched missiles required the submarine to surface, and used hangars and launching ramps.
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  • {{r|Air, artillery and missile defense}} {{r|Anti-ballistic missile}}
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  • ...d U.S. [[Burke-class]] destroyers, and Spanish F-100 frigates. The earlier SM-1 variants were fired from launch rails, not vertical launchers. ...nd. For final defense, there is the 9 km (5 nm) [[RIM-116 Rolling Airframe Missile]] on ships equipped with it, or with the [[Phalanx close-in weapons system
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  • {{r|Standard SM missile series}}
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  • ...M missile series]]. The Tartar, specifically, was replaced by the [[RIM-66 SM-1]]. It was deployed on [[California-class]] [[cruiser]]s and [[Oliver Haza ...rrier against low-altitude targets. Tartars also improved [[anti-shipping missile]] capability. The final variant could engage targets at 20000 m (65000 ft)
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  • ...AEGIS ships. The primary missiles it controls is the [[Standard SM missile series]] and the [[BGM-109 Tomahawk]]. ...ctive AEGIS ships have VLS only. It provided [[BGM-109 Tomahawk]] [[cruise missile]] strike warfare and [[anti-submarine warfare]].
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  • ...The entire triple-T series has been replaced by the [[Standard SM missile series]]. ...mounted on [[cruiser#Albany class large missile cruiser|Albany class large missile cruiser]]s.
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  • ...[[anti-surface warfare]] (ASuW) missions, and, in some cases, [[ballistic missile defense]]. ...weapons. They have the space and communications to serve as flagships for small forces, and frequently, even when the task group commander is on an [[ai
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  • ...caused by, an enemy attack with [[ballistic missile]]s. While a ballistic missile could be intercepted in any of the three phases of its flight: ...onsider contested (e.g., ocean from which a [[submarine-launched ballistic missile]] would be fired);
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  • ...of the 20th century, when the term was applied with some degree of formalism. ...apability, long range, and "first-responder-to-disorder" equipment such as small arms for the crew and an extensive boat outfit. The disorder could be a
    34 KB (5,336 words) - 05:16, 21 February 2013
  • {{r|Air-to-air missile}} {{r|Network Centric Airborne Defense Element (missile)}}
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  • ...n the [[Second World War]], which was cloned into the Soviet [[SS-1 SCUD]] series and derivatives, used by many nations. V-2 and SCUD missiles were sufficiently inaccurate that they represented a primarily psychologi
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