ⓘ List of United States Navy Guided Missile Launching Systems

                                     

ⓘ List of United States Navy Guided Missile Launching Systems

The Guided Missile Launching System is a device for launching guided missiles, and is found on many U.S. Navy ships. This list includes all launchers that are part of the designation series. Included on this list are missile launchers that have not been adopted for service in the United States Navy.

                                     
  • Mark 13 guided missile launching system GMLS is a single - arm missile launcher designed for use on frigates and other military vessels. Because of its distinctive
  • from a Mark 11 launcher aboard the guided missile destroyer USS Lawrence List of United States Navy Guided Missile Launching Systems GMM 3 and 2 - GMLS
  • 26 Guided Missile Launching System GMLS was a United States Navy fully automated system that stows, handles, and launches a variety of missiles The
  • anti - air vehicle List of United States Navy Guided Missile Launching Systems Transporter erector launcher Information on some launch systems turreted and
  • A vertical launching system VLS is an advanced system for holding and firing missiles on mobile naval platforms, such as surface ships and submarines
  • designation systems the Air Force and Navy had for designating US guided missiles and drones, but also a short - lived interim USAF system for guided missiles and
  • A guided - missile destroyer is a destroyer designed to launch anti - aircraft guided missiles Many are also equipped to carry out anti - submarine, anti - air
  • dedicated vertical launching system VLS tubes. Many modern attack submarines can launch cruise missiles and dedicated anti - ship missiles from their torpedo
  • ballistic missile Pragati: Higher range variant of Prahaar Pralay: short - range ballistic missile Pinaka: guided rockets Pinaka Mk1 unguided MK2 guided rockets
  • United States Navy USN is the naval warfare service branch of the United States Armed Forces and one of the eight uniformed services of the United States
  • of cruise missiles and a population defense role through missile defense. See List of ships of the United States Navy for a more complete listing of ships