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A short-range ballistic missile (SRBM) is a ballistic missile with a range of about 1,000 kilometres (620 mi) or less. In past and potential regional conflicts, these missiles have been and would be used because of the short distances between some countries and their relative low cost and ease of configuration. In modern terminology, SRBMs are part of the wider grouping of theatre ballistic missiles, which includes any ballistic missile with a range of less than 3,500 km.

Sectional view of the missile Aggregat 4 / V 2

Specific SRBMs[edit | edit source]

China, Republic of

  • Sky Spear 120–300 kilometres (75–186 mi)  Taiwan

China, People's Republic of

  • B-611 150–280 kilometres (93–174 mi)  China
  • BP-12/A 300 kilometres (190 mi)  China
  • Type 621 300 kilometres (190 mi)  China
  • Type 631 400 kilometres (250 mi)  China
  • DF-12/M20 280–400 kilometres (170–250 mi)  China
  • DF-11 350 kilometres (220 mi)  China
  • DF-15 600 kilometres (370 mi)  China

France

Germany

  • V-2 missile 320 kilometres (200 mi)  Nazi Germany
  • Rheinbote 160 kilometres (99 mi)  Nazi Germany

India

Iran

  • Tondar-69 150 kilometres (93 mi)  Iran
  • Naze'at 100–130 kilometres (62–81 mi)  Iran
  • Zelzal-1 150 kilometres (93 mi)  Iran
  • Zelzal-2 210 kilometres (130 mi)  Iran
  • Zelzal-3 200–250 kilometres (120–160 mi)  Iran
  • Zolfaghar (missile)/Zulfiqar[1] 700 kilometres (430 mi)  Iran
  • Fateh-110 300 kilometres (190 mi)  Iran
  • Fateh-313 500 kilometres (310 mi)  Iran
  • Shahab-1 350 kilometres (220 mi)  Iran
  • Shahab-2 750 kilometres (470 mi)  Iran
  • Shahab-3 1,300–1,930 kilometres (810–1,200 mi)  Iran
  • Qiam 1 700–800 kilometres (430–500 mi)  Iran

Iraq

Israel

  • Jericho I 500 kilometres (310 mi)  Israel
  • LORA 300 kilometres (190 mi)  Israel
  • Predator Hawk 300 kilometres (190 mi)  Israel

North Korea

  • Hwasong-11 120–220 kilometres (75–137 mi)  North Korea
  • Hwasong-5 320 kilometres (200 mi)  North Korea
  • Hwasong-6 500 kilometres (310 mi)  North Korea
  • Hwasong-7 700–995 kilometres (435–618 mi)  North Korea
  • KN-23 250–700 kilometres (160–430 mi)  North Korea

South Korea

  • Hyunmoo-1 180–250 kilometres (110–160 mi)  Republic of Korea
  • Hyunmoo-2 300–800 kilometres (190–500 mi)  Republic of Korea
  • KTSSM 120 kilometres (75 mi)  Republic of Korea

Pakistan

  • Ghaznavi (missile) 290–320 kilometres (180–200 mi) [2]  Pakistan
  • Abdali 200 kilometres (120 mi)  Pakistan
  • Nasr 70–90 kilometres (43–56 mi)  Pakistan
  • Shaheen 750 kilometres (470 mi)  Pakistan
  • Shaheen-1 900 kilometres (560 mi)  Pakistan
  • Shaheen-1 A 1,000 kilometres (620 mi)  Pakistan
  • Hatf-I 70 kilometres (43 mi)  Pakistan
  • Hatf-IA 100 kilometres (62 mi)  Pakistan
  • Hatf-IB 100 kilometres (62 mi)  Pakistan

Soviet Union/Russia

  • R-1 (missile) 270 kilometres (170 mi)  Soviet Union
  • R-2 (missile) 600–1,200 kilometres (370–750 mi)  Soviet Union
  • TR-1 Temp 900 kilometres (560 mi)  Soviet Union
  • Scud A-D 180–700 kilometres (110–430 mi)  Soviet Union
  • OTR-21 Tochka-U 70–185 kilometres (43–115 mi)  Soviet Union/ Russia
  • OTR-23 Oka 500 kilometres (310 mi)  Soviet Union/ Russia
  • 9K720 Iskander-M 400–500 kilometres (250–310 mi)  Russia

Serbia

Turkey

Ukraine

United States

Yemen

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