Military Periscope Logo


AGM-69 SRAM air-to-ground missile

Country of Origin: USA


Before being withdrawn from service, the U.S. Air Force AGM-69 short-range attack missile (SRAM) was a guided nuclear weapon launched from strategic bombers against air defense systems during a bomber's final run-in to its target. It was inertially guided and had a very small radar cross-section. It was also known as SRAM-A to distinguish it from the later AGM-131 SRAM-B.

The SRAM was originally conceived as a standoff weapon for fighter aircraft, but its operational use was...

Please log in to continue reading.

Not yet a subscriber? Take a free trial.

Military Periscope gives you easy-to-use, integrated, open-source intelligence on…

  • More than 7,500 weapons systems and platforms
  • Nearly every country's armed forces
  • Militant organizations
laptop image

Try Military Periscope free for seven days

Military Periscope Logo

Your online source for military news, weapons, and nation's armed forces worldwide

Military Periscope FEDLINK information

Service ID: UC

Contract Number: LCFDL24D0002

Military Periscope is a product of GovExec.

600 New Hampshire Ave., Suite 510,

Washington DC, 20037, USA.

©Military Periscope 2024

All rights reserved. Redistribution of the content is prohibited without prior consent of Military Periscope.