British Missile systems and vehicles of United Kingdom
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The Stormer HVM (High Velocity Missile) is a British mobile short-range air defense system, designed to provide a mobile, rapid-response anti-aircraft capability. It is based on the Alvis Stormer armored vehicle platform and is equipped with the Starstreak High-Velocity Missile system. The primary role of the Stormer HVM is to protect ground forces and key installations from low-flying aircraft, helicopters, and UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles).

The CAMM (Common Anti-Air Modular Missile) series is a family of surface-to-air and air-to-air missiles developed by MBDA for the United Kingdom. MBDA has developed a common missile that will meet the future anti-air target requirements of Navies, Armies, and Air Forces.

The Starstreak is a short-range surface-to-air missile or MAN Portable Air Defense System (MANPADS) designed and manufactured by the Thales subdivision in the United Kingdom. The missile, which travels at more than three times the speed of sound, uses a system of three dart-like projectiles, allowing multiple hits on the target.

Rapier low-level surface-to-air defense missile syetm
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The Rapier low-level surface-to-air missile system was developed by the former British Aircraft Corporation, Guided Weapons Division (today known as MBDA), from the early 1960s onwards to meet the requirements of the British Army and Royal Air Force Regiment for a missile system to replace the towed 40 mm L/70 Bofors air defense guns then in use.