ALARM (Air Launched Anti Radar Missile) is a British missile designed primarily to destroy enemy radars for the purpose of suppression of enemy air defence.

Table of contents
1 History
2 Notes
3 Inventory
4 Combat Performance
5 Characteristics
6 See also
7 External link



ALARM is a fire-and-forget system, with an added loiter capability.

In loiter mode, ALARM will, when launched, climb to an altitude of 13 km. If the target radar shuts down, the missile will deploy a parachute and descend slowly until the radar lights up. The missile will then fire a secondary motor to attack the target.


Combat Performance

ALARM has been used in these conflicts:


See also

External link