Medium-range ballistic missile
A medium-range ballistic missile (MRBM) is a type of ballistic missile with medium range , this last classification depending on the standards of certain organizations. Within the U.S. Department of Defense, a medium range missile is defined by having a maximum range of between 1,000 and 3,000 km. In modern terminology, MRBMs are part of the wider grouping of theatre ballistic missiles, which includes any ballistic missile with a range of less than 3,500 km.
- Agni II (2,000–3,000 km) (India)
- Shaheen-III(2,750 km) Pakistan
- Shaheen-II (2,500 km) Pakistan
- Agni I (700–1,250 km) (India) 
- Ghauri-I (1,200 km) (Pakistan)
- Ghauri-II (1,800 km) (Pakistan)
- Shaheen-I (750 km) (Pakistan)
- Shaheen-IA (1,500 km) (Pakistan)
- DF-21 (1,700+ km) (China)
- Jericho II (1,300 km) (Israel)
- Rodong-1 (900–1,300 km) (North Korea)
- Ghadr-110 (2,000–3,000 km) (Iran)
- Shahab-3 (2,100 km) (Iran)
- Fajr-3 (2,500 km(estimation)) (Iran)
- Ashoura (2,000–2,500 km) (Iran)
- Sejjil (2,000–2,500 km) (Iran)
- SS-3 Shyster (1,200 km) (Soviet Union)
- SS-4 Sandal (2,100 km) (Soviet Union)
- PGM-19 Jupiter (2,410 km) (USA)
- MGM-31 Pershing (1,770 km) (USA)
- SSBS S1 (France)
- Intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM)
- Intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM)
- Short-range ballistic missile (SRBM)
- theatre ballistic missiles
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- Missile Thread
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