Missile Defense

Space-based Kill Assessment (SKA)

Facts Mobility Space-based sensors hosted on commercial satellites Role Sensors to detect, measure, and assess kinetic kill Status Network of

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

Cobra Dane

Quick Facts Mobility Stationary Role Long-range radar for U.S. ballistic missile defense system Frequency L-Band Range 2,000 miles (3,200 km)

Link 16

Overview Link 16 is a Tactical Data Link (TDL) developed by ViaSat Inc. and Data Link Solutions (DLS) LLC that

Integrated Air and Missile Defense Battle Command System (IBCS)

Overview Developed by Northrop Grumman for the U.S. Army, the Integrated Air and Missile Defense Battle Command System (IBCS) is

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,

Hyper-Velocity Powder Gun

 Quick Facts Mobility Can be mounted on Paladin, Howitzer-type weapon or Navy ship Range 30 nautical miles[1] Role Provide ground

Multi-Mission Launcher (MML)

Quick Facts Mobility Road-mobile; Mounted atop a medium tactical truck Targets Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), cruise missiles, rockets, artillery, and

ELM 2084 MMR (Israel)

Quick Facts Mobility Truck-mounted and equipped for fast deployment Role Primary radar for the Iron Dome and David’s Sling Weapon

SMART-L Radar (The Netherlands and Others)

Quick Facts Mobility Sea-based; highly mobile Role Deployed by Netherlands, Denmark, Germany, South Korea (SMART-L derivative is deployed by British,