Aegis Afloat

Aegis Afloat is the sea-based component of the Missile Defense Agency’s Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS). Aegis BMD builds upon the

Aegis Ashore

Mobility Stationary with removable facilities for worldwide deployment Targets Short-, medium-, and intermediate-range ballistic missiles Role Land-based variant of the

Iron Fist (Israel)

Quick Facts Mobility Vehicle mounted Targets Short-range tandem-warhead rockets and heavy guided missiles Role and Interceptors Each Iron Fist system

SeaRAM Anti-Ship Missile Defense System

Facts Mobility Sea-based/Ship-Mounted on naval ships Role Protect deployed naval ships from anti-ship missiles Status Installed on multiple Littoral Combat

Principle Anti-Air Missile System (PAAMS)

Quick Facts Mobility Ship-based; highly mobile Role Short- to long-range air and missile defense Targets Tactical ballistic missiles, cruise missiles,

Arrow (Israel)

Quick Facts Mobility Ground-based, mobile launchers and command center, semi-mobile radar Targets Short- and medium-range ballistic missiles in the terminal

Iron Dome (Israel)

Quick Facts Mobility Stationary platform, Flatrack-loaded and heavy-truck mobile Targets Short-range rockets, artillery and mortars Role and Interceptors Short-range defense

David’s Sling (Israel)

Quick Facts Mobility Can be deployed on variety of platforms Targets Tactical ballistic missiles, medium/long-range rockets, cruise missiles Role and

SAMP/T Air Defense System (France & Italy)

Quick Facts Role and Mobility Medium-Range air and missile defense; Ground-based, road-mobile Interceptors and Range Aster 15: 30 km; Aster

Counter-Rocket, Artillery, Mortar (C-RAM)

The Counter-Rocket, Artillery, Mortar (C-RAM) / Indirect Fire Protection Capability (IFPC) system was developed early during Operation Iraqi Freedom/Enduring Freedom