- List of missiles of the RAF
AIM-7 Sparrow- Medium-range air-to-air missile.
AIM-9 Sidewinder- Short-range air-to-air missile.
AIM-120 AMRAAM- Medium-range air-to-air missile.
AIM-132 ASRAAM- Short-range air-to-air missile.
AGM-12 Bullpup- Obsolete air-to-surface missile.
AGM-45 Shrike- Air-to-surface anti-radiation missile.
AGM-65 Maverick- air-to-surface missile.
*AGM-86 Harpoon - Air-to-surface
*AS.11 - Air-to-surface
*AS.12 - Air-to-surface
* AS.30 -
ALARM- Air-to-surface missile anti-radiation missile.
*Bloodhound - Land-based
*Blue Steel - 1960s strategic
air-to-surface missilecarried by the Avro Vulcanand Handley Page Victor.
*Brimstone - Air-to-surface
air-to-air missilefrom the 1950s.
air-to-air missilefrom the 1950s.
*Martel - Anglo-French air-to-surface
*Rapier - Land-based
surface to air missile.
*Red Top - 1960s
air-to-air missilecarried by the English Electric Lightning.
*Sea Eagle - 1980s air-to-surface
anti-ship missilecarried by the Blackburn Buccaneerand Panavia Tornado
Skyflash- 1970s medium-range air-to-air missilecarried by the F-4 Phantomand Panavia Tornado
Storm Shadow- Anglo-French air-to-surface cruise missile.
*Tigercat - 1960s
surface-to-air missileoperated by the RAF Regiment.
intermediate-range ballistic missilefrom the 1950s.
* [http://www.armedforces.co.uk/raf/rafindex.htm ArmedForces.co.uk - RAF page listing missiles]
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