World War Three Could Fight Tomorrow ?

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World War Three Could Fight Tomorrow ?

A Three World War scenario was developed several decades ago.  Two World Wars have already been achieved, and the Third and final World War is knocking the door.

What constitutes a ‘world war’? How many countries need to be involved?  And who decides at which point a number of regional skirmishes can be grouped together and called a World War?  At the time, who called the official start of World War 1 and World War 2?

And have you noticed that although the term ‘World War Three’ is freely used in the alternative press and on the Internet, all the major news networks have stoically avoided using any phrase reminiscent of World War.

Since it’s difficult to find a definition for an event which has only happened twice in modern history, here’s my attempt at an answer to the question ‘what constitutes a world war’?

A World War is a military conflict spanning more than 2 continents, in which at least 20 major countries participate in an attack against a common enemy, and which has the attention of the man-in-the-street due to the significant loss of life.

With that definition, we can agree that WW1 and WW2 were in fact World Wars (both wars involved some degree of participation from most of the world’s then existing countries: Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United States and the Soviet Union).  We can also agree that we are very close to achieving World War 3.

These are, I believe, the stages of the planned Third World War:

  •  Prelude- The events leading up to the start of World War Three, including Sept 11, 2001.
  • Act 1 – The Middle East.  Widespread conflict to bring the entire region into the flames of war, possibly triggered by Iran or militants in Pakistan using North Korean supplied nuclear arms.  The first Scene in this Act is the US Invasion of Iraq on March 20, 2003.
  • Act 2 – Israel at War — Against her Arab neighbors, possibly Palestine.  A Palestinian State will be established, so that all Israelis will be fully separated from Palestinians (listen out for mention of a 7-year treaty to be confirmed by a World Leader – probably Bush), only for Israel to viciously attack Palestine shortly thereafter.
  • Act 3 – Far East — “Hair-raising nuclear confrontation that threatens mankind’s existence” – Peter Lemesurier, author of The Armageddon Script, written in 1981.  Includes China invading Taiwan and a nuclear eruption on the Korean Peninsula.
  • Act 4 – Erosion of Confidence in ‘The System’ so severe citizens will be panicked into giving up liberties and Constitutional form of government.  The plan calls for the dissolution of the US Constitution, triggered by a significant enough ‘terrorist’ attack.  The ultimate intent is to introduce a global government and one-world religion.
  • Act 5- The collapse of the US, and other Western economies and morals.
  • Acts 6 – Significant population reduction using natural and man-made disasters.
  • Curtain.  Who can tell how this war will end?

Both Biblical  prophecy and the Illuminati plan state that Israel is the key. The Third World War is planned to begin when Israel goes to war against her Arab enemies. Then, and only then, will all the other elements begin to occur and they will do so in rapid succession. The plan is to have one disaster following another in such rapid succession that, before people can mentally and emotionally handle one disastrous news event, they will be hit with another.  It is also accurate to say that until ALL of the elements for WW3 are in place, the plan will not commence.

While it would be naive to suggest a specific timeline for the events leading up to and including World War 3, we do know that the plans for World War 3 are well advanced, and our leaders involved in this secret plan are waiting only for the right signal before all-out war begins.

We are in the last stages of the preparation to so globalize the world that the Masonic New Age Christ (Antichrist) can appear to receive all the political and economic power of the world’s rulers. This is the Illuminati plan and Biblical prophecy (Bible, Revelation 17:12-17).

U.S. and Chinese warships battle at sea, firing everything from cannons to cruise missiles to lasers. Stealthy Russian and American fighter jets dogfight in the air, with robotic drones flying as their wingmen. Hackers in Shanghai and Silicon Valley duel in digital playgrounds. And fights in outer space decide who wins below on Earth. Are theses scenes from a novel or what could actually take place in the real world the day after tomorrow? The answer is both.

Great power conflicts defined the 20th century: Two world wars claimed tens of millions of lives, and the Cold War that followed shaped everything from geopolitics to sports. But at the start of the 21st century, the ever-present fear of World War III seemed to be in our historic rearview mirror.

“Every living thing in the sea died.” (Revelation 16:3).

The Worst Nuclear Disaster So Far:-
In March of 2011 a 9.0 magnitude earthquake rumbled off the coast of Japan generating a tsunami which swept the coast and destroyed the Fukushima Nuclear Plant. Three reactors melted down. A radioactive cloud exploded into the atmosphere sending flakes from the inside of the reactor towards the United States and Europe. The world’s worst nuclear disaster had begun.
Every day since the meltdowns, 3 to 400 tons of toxic water containing Cesium-137, have poured into the Pacific Ocean. The amount of radiation spewing out from Fukushima recently increased by 7500 percent! It has been computed that by the year 2020, radiation will have destroyed all sea life in the Pacific and millions will starve!

ATOMIC-ANNIHILATION 1962 (Came to the Brink of Annihilation)

Countries with the biggest nuclear weapon stockpiles:Russia, United United States of America,France,China,United Kingdom,Pakistan,India,Israel,North Korea
More than 95% of the world’s nuclear weapons are in the US and Russian inventory.

This list of missiles countries are as below:

  •  1. Argentina
  •  2. Australia
  •  3. Brazil
  • 4. Canada
  • 5. China
  • 6. European joint-venture
  • 7. France
  • 8. Germany
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  • 9. India
  • 10. Iran
  • 11. Iraq
  • 12. Israel
  • 13. Italy
  • 14. Japan
  • 15 Nigeria
  • 16. North Korea
  • 17 Nrway
  • 18. Pakistan
  • 19. South Korea
  • 20. Russia and the USSR
    • 20.1 By Russian designation
    • 20.2 By NATO name
  • 21. Serbia
  • 22. South Africa
    • 22.1 RSA Series
    • 22.2 Other
  • 23. Sweden
  • 24. Taiwan
  • 25. Turkey
  • 26. United Kingdom
  • 27. United States

This list of missiles by country displays the names of missiles in order of the country where they originate (were developed), with the countries listed alphabetically and annotated with their continent:

Argentina

  • Alacrán
  •   AS- 25 K anti-ship, air-ground ASM
  •  Co’ndor I (with major contributions of  German technology)
  •  Co’ndor II(in cooperation with several  Middle- East countries)
  • Co’ndor III
  • Martin Pescador MP-1000 anti-ship, air-ground ASM
  •  Mathogo anti-tank, wire-guided

Australia

  •  Ikara
  • Malkara (joint Australian/British) Nulka active missile decoy designed to seduce anti-ship missiles away from their targets

Brazil

  •  A-Darter Fifth generation short range infrared homing air-to-air missile (joint South Africa/Brazil)
  •  FOG-MPM Fiber Optics Guided Multiple Purpose Missile.
  • AVMT-300 GPS and/or laser-guided long range missile
  • MAA-1A Piranha Short-range infrared homing air-to-air missile.
  •   MAA-1B Piranha Air to air missile, also known as “Piranha II”.
  •  MISS-1.2 AC Anti-tank guided missile.
  • MSA-3.1 AAe’ Anti-aircraft guided missile.
  • MAS-5.1 Air-to-ground missile
  •  MAR-1 Anti-radiation missile.
  •  MAN-1 (MANSUP) Anti-ship missile

Canada

  • ERYX (joint French/Canadian)
  •  Velvet Glove
  • China[edit]Missiles of the People’s Republic of ChinaSurface-to-
    SurfaceBallistic MissilesIntercontinental
    DF-41
    DF-31B
    DF-31A
    DF-31
    DF-5B
    DF-5
    DF-4Intermediate Range
    DF-26
    DF-3A
    DF-3Medium Range
    DF-25
    DF-21
    DF-2A
    DF-2Short Range
    M20
    B-611
    P-12
    BP-12
    BP-12A
    Type 621
    Type 631
    DF-16
    DF-15 (M-9)
    DF-11 (M-11)
    DF-1
    M-7
    PHL96
    PHL03
    AR-1A
    AR-2
    AR-3
    AR-8
    WM-120
    WS-2 series
    WS-3 series
    WS-15
    WS-22
    WS-32
    WS-33
    WS-35
    WS-43
    WS-63
    A100
    A200
    A300
    SR-5
    SY300
    SY400Submarine Launched
    JL-3
    JL-2
    JL-1Anti-Ship
    DF-26
    DF-21D

    Hypersonic Glide Missile
    WU-14

    Cruise Missiles

    Long Range Land Attack
    DH-2000
    HN-2000
    CJ-20
    CJ-10
    CF-2
    CF-1
    HN-3
    HN-2
    HN-1

    Short Range Land Attack
    YJ-18
    CX-1
    CM-602G
    YJ-62 (C-602)
    YJ-85 (C-805)[1]
    YJ-12
    YJ-22
    KD-88
    YJ-2
    KD-63
    YJ-63 (C-603)
    YJ-7 (C-701)
    C-703
    C-704KD
    C-705KD
    YJ-4
    YJ-1
    C-611
    XW-41

    Anti-Ship Supersonic
    YJ-12
    YJ-18
    CX-1
    YJ-22
    YJ-2
    CJ-1
    DH-2000
    HN-2000
    YJ-91
    FL-7
    HY-3 (C-301)
    FL-2 (C-101)
    3M-80MBE/E Moskit (SS-N-22)
    3M-54E/E1 Klub (SS-N-27)
    C-302
    C-303
    YJ-1

    Anti-Ship Subsonic
    YJ-100
    YJ-62 (C-602)
    YJ-8 (C-801)
    YJ-82 (C-802)
    YJ-83
    C-705
    C-704
    C-703
    YJ-7 (C-701)
    FL-10
    TL-10A
    TL-7
    TL-1A
    FL-8
    TL-6
    TL-2
    FL-9
    SY-1
    HY-1
    SY-2
    HY-2 (C-201)
    HY-4 (C-401)
    XW-41

    Anti-Tank Missiles
    CM-501G
    AFT-10
    PA01-GA
    PA02-MA
    HJ-12
    Sagittar
    TS01
    HJ-11 (AFT-11)
    CM-502KG
    LJ-7
    HJ-10
    BA-9
    HJ-9
    HJ-8
    HJ-73
    9K116 Bastion
    J-202
    J-201
    265-I

    Anti-Submarine
    CY-1
    CY-2
    CY-3
    CY-4
    CY-5
    CJ-1
    WS-3 ASW missile

    Air-to-
    Surface

    Cruise Missiles

    Long Range Land Attack
    CJ-20
    CJ-10
    HN-1
    HN-2
    HN-3
    CF-2
    CF-1

    Short Range Land Attack
    YJ-12
    YJ-22
    YJ-62 (C-602)
    CM-102
    CM-802AKG
    YJ-2
    KD-88
    YJ-63 (C-603)
    KD-63
    CM-400AKG
    CM-502KG
    YJ-1
    BA-7
    AKD-10
    AR-1
    BRM1
    AG11/200
    XL-1X30
    XL-1K30
    XL-1X40
    XL-1K40
    YJ-85 (C-805)[1]
    C-704KD
    C-705KD
    YJ-7 (C-701)
    C-703
    Kh-59
    Kh-29
    YJ-4
    CS/BBC5
    K/YBS500
    TL500
    QW-1
    TB-1
    KD1
    KD2
    LMD-002
    LMD-003
    Sky Arrow
    Sky Arrow 90
    TBI

    Anti-Ship Supersonic
    YJ-12
    YJ-22
    DH-2000
    HN-2000
    YJ-2
    CM-400AKG
    CJ-1
    YJ-91
    FL-7
    HY-3 (C-301)
    FL-2 (C-101)
    C-302
    C-303
    3M-80MBE/E Moskit (SS-N-22)
    3M-54E/E1 Klub (SS-N-27)
    YJ-1

    Anti-Ship Subsonic
    YJ-7 (C-701)
    YJ-100
    C-703
    C-704
    C-705
    TL-10
    TL-7
    TL-1
    TL-6
    TL-2
    YJ-6 (C-601)
    YJ-61 (C-611)
    YJ-8K (C-801K)
    YJ-82K (C-802K)
    YJ-83K
    YJ-83KH

    Anti-Radiation
    CM-102
    B611MR
    CM400AKG
    LD10
    YJ-12
    YJ-91
    FL-7
    YJ-5 (HQ-61)
    Kh-31P

    Anti-Tank Missiles
    CM-501G
    AR-1
    CM-502KG
    HJ-11 (AFT-11)
    LJ-7
    HJ-10
    BA-9
    HJ-9
    HJ-8
    TB-1
    HJ-73

    Guided Bombs
    CM-506KG
    FT series
    GB series (GB1/GB2A/GB3/GB3A/GB4/GB5/GB6/GB7/GB50/GB100/GB250A/GB500/GB1000)
    TD series (TD500-ER)
    LS series
    CS/BBC5
    CS/BBC4
    CS/BBF1
    CS/BBM1
    CS/BBM2
    K/YBS500
    TL500
    YZ-100 series
    YZ-102 series
    YZ-200 series
    LT series
    GB-1
    TG-100/250/500/1000-ER
    ZD1
    KAB-1500Kr
    KAB-500Kr

    Surface-to-
    Air

    Anti-Satellite Missile
    DN-3
    DN-2
    DN-1
    SC-19

    Anti-Ballistic Missile SAMs
    DN-1
    HQ-26
    HQ-19
    HQ-29
    HQ-18
    S-300PMU-2
    HQ-15
    S-300PMU-1 (HQ-10)
    HQ-9
    KS-2
    KS-1
    HQ-12
    FJ

    Anti-(high)Radiation (emitter)platform SAMs
    FT-2000
    HQ-8

    Long Range Area Defence SAMs
    HQ-26
    HQ-29
    HQ-9
    FD-2000
    FK-3
    Sky Dragon 50
    HQ-18
    HQ-15
    S-300PMU-1 (HQ-10)
    S-300PMU-2
    S-300PMU
    S-300FM

    Medium Range Area Defence SAMs
    FM3000
    DK-10A
    DK-10 (PL-12)
    LS-II ADS
    Sky Dragon 50
    DK-10 (LY-60)
    PL-12 SAM
    HQ-16 (Buk/SA-17) / HQ-16A / HQ-16B / LY-80
    HQ-12
    KS-2
    KS-1
    S-75 (SA-2) & HQ-1/2/3/4

    Short Range Point Defence SAMs
    FM3000
    FK-1000/KS-1000
    Sky Dragon 12
    HQ-7 (FM-80)
    HQ-64
    HQ-6
    HQ-61
    HQ-6D
    LY-60
    FB-10
    HQ-17 (Tor)
    TY-90
    DK-9
    CQW-2
    FLS-1
    FLG-1
    FLV-1
    FL-2000(V)
    FL-2000(V2)/FLV-2
    FL-9
    SG-2 ADS
    LS ADS
    YT ADS
    FN-6A
    FB-6A
    ZBL-09 ADS
    FL-3000N
    HN-5C
    TD-2000
    TD-2000B
    TB-1

    Man Portable SAMs
    QW-18
    QW-11
    QW-4
    QW-3
    QW-2
    QW-1
    TB-1
    FN/FY-6
    FN-16/FY-16
    HN-5
    HQ-5
    HN-6

    Air-to-Air

    Beyond Visual Range AAMs
    PL-21
    PL-15
    F80
    PL-12
    SD-10
    SD-10A
    PL-11
    PL-10
    PL-4

    Within Visual Range AAMs
    PL-10
    PL-9
    PL-8 (Python 3)
    PL-7
    PL-6
    PL-5
    PL-3
    PL-2
    K-5 (PL-1)
    HJ-10
    TY-90
    AG11/200
    QF-18
    QW-18
    QW-11
    QW-4
    QW-3
    TB-1
    QW-2
    FN-6
    FN-16
    HN-6

  • European joint-venture

    • AIM-132 ASRAAM
    •  MBDA ASTER
    •  MBDA Meteor
    •  IRIS-T
    •   Martel – Anglo-French: Models AJ 168 and AS.37
    •  MIM-115 Ronald
    • Taurus KEPD 150/350

    France

    •  AASM
    •  Aerospatiale AS-12
    •  Apache
    •  AS.30
    •  ASMP
    • Crotale surface-to-air missile
    •  ENTAC
    •  ERYX (joint French/Canadian)
    • HOT (Franco-German) anti-tank missile
    •  Exocet
    •  Hade’s (cancelled)
    •  M5
    •  M45
    • M51
    • Magic
    • Meteor
    •  MICA
    • MILAN (Franco-German) anti-tank missile
    • MISTRAL (Multinational) surface-to-air missile
    • Pluton
    • Matra R530
    • Super 530
    •  ROLAND 2 surface-to-air missile (Germany/France)
    •  Scalp EG (Uk-French-Italy)
    •  Nord SS.10
    • Aerospatiale AS.11/SS.11
    • Nord SS.12

    Germany

    A modern  air-to-air missile

    Model of  IDAS of the German Navy.

    •  AS.34 Kormoran 1/2
    • MIM-115 Ronald (replaced by  LFK NG)
    • ESSM
    • Eurospike (Israel/Germany)
    • Taurus KEEPD 350
    •  AGM Armiger
    • IRIS-T
    • IRIS-T SL
    • IDAS (missile)
    • PARAS 3 LR
    •  RBS-15(Sweden/Germany)
    • GMLRS
    • MEADS
    • RIM-116 RAM
    •  LFK NG
    • MBDA Meteor (Multinational)
    • HOT (Franco German) anti-tank missile
    • MILAN

     German missiles of WW2

    • V-1 flying bomb
    • V-2 rocket
    • Enzian missile
    • Wasserfall missile
    • Ruhrstahl X-4 missile
    • Schmetterling
    • Rheinbote
    • Rheintochter
    •  Henschel
    • Fritz X
    • Feuerlilie

    India

    BrahMos shown at IMDS 2007.

    • Akash : Surface to air missile.
    • Nag: Anti tank missile.
    • Amogha missile: Anti tank missile.(under development)
    • Prithivi-I (SS-150): surface to surface Ballistic Missile.
    • Prithvi-II (SS-250): surface to surface Ballistic Missile.
    • Prithvi-III (SS-350): surface to surface Ballistic Missile.
    • Agni-I MRBM: surface to surface  medium-range ballistic missile.
    • Agni-II MRBM : surface to surface medium-range ballistic missile.
    • Agni-III MRBM : surface to surface  intermediate-range ballistic missile.
    • Agni-IV MRBM : surface to surface intermediate-range ballistic missile.

    ICBM Agni-V missile at the Republic day parade in New Delhi.

    • Agni-V ICBM: surface to surface intercontinental ballistic missile.
    • Agni-VI : Four-stage intercontinental ballistic missile.  (under development)
    • Dhanush (missile): Ship launched surface to surface Ballistic Missile.
    • K 15: Submarine launched Ballistic Missile.
    • K 4 : Submarine launched Ballistic Missile. (Undergoing trials)
    • K 5 : Submarine launched Ballistic Missile. (under development)
    • Shaurya : surface to surface hypersonic tactical missile.
    • BrahMos: Fastest Supersonic cruise missile in the world.
    • BrahMos – A: Air launched Cruise Missile.
    • SuryaICBM: surface to surface intercontinental ballistic missile.
    • BrahMos-NG : Mini version based on BrahMos (missile). (under development)
    • BrahMos-II : Hypersonic missile.(under development)
    • Astra BVRAAM: Active radar homing Beyond-visual-range Air to Air Missile.
    • DRDO Anti-Radiation Missile: state-of-the-art Air-to-surface anti-radiation missile. . (under development)
    • Nirbhay: Long Range subsonic cruise missile. (under development)
    • Prahaar: Tactical short range Ballistic Missile.
    • Helina: Air launched anti tank missile. (under development)
    • Barak 8 : Long range surface to air missile.
    •  Pradyumna Ballistic Missile Interceptor : Ballistic Missile interceptor, surface to air missile.
    • Ashwin Ballistic Missile Interceptor: Ballistic Missile interceptor / anti aircraft missile.
    • Trushul (missile): Surface to air missile.
    • Prithvi Air Defence: Exo-atmospheric Anti-ballistic missile.
    • Advance Air Defence: Endoatmospheric Anti-ballistic missile.

    Iran

    Raduga Kh-55 Air-launched strategic cruise missile

    SS-N-22 Sunburn Anti-ship missiles

    P-800 Oniks (SS-NX-26 Yakhont) Anti-ship cruise missile

    SA-2 Guideline Anti-air defense missile

    • Toophan 1
    • Toophan 2
    • Toophan – 5
    • Saeghe 1 – 2
    •  I-RAAD & I-RAAD-T
    • Fateh-110
    •  Fair-2
    • Fair-3, MIRV
    •  Fair-5
    • Fair-8, upgrades copy of S-200, Iranian upgrades
    • Tondar-69
    • Oghab
    • Samid
    • Qiam 1
    • Shahab-1
    • Shahab-2
    • Shahab-3 B,C,D
    • Shahab-4
    • Shahab-5
    • Shahab-6
    • Ghadr-110
    • Ghadr-111
    • Sayyad, upgraded copy of HQ-2, Sayyad-1A has IR tracking.
    • Shahin I & II, Reverse engineer of  MIM-23 Hawk.
    • R-17E, variant of Russian Scud B
    • SS-N-22 Sunburn
    • SS-NX-26 Yakhont
    • Raduga Kh-55, also called X-55
    • Noor
    • Kowsar
    • Silkworm, Capable of manufacture the missiles.
    • Hoot
    • Saegheh
    • Zelzal-1
    • Zelzal-2
    • Zelzal-3
    • Ashoura
    • Sejjil1, 2
    • Nasr-1

    Iraq

    • Al-Samoud 2
    • Ababil-100
    • Al Fahd 300
    • Al Fahd 500
    • Al Hussein
    •  Al Hijarah
    • Al Abbas
    •  Badr 2000
    • Project 144
    • Tammuz-1
    • Al Abid
    • Scud

    Israel

    • Arrow missile (Anti-ballistic)
    • Barak 1 (Naval point defense)
    • Barrak 8 (Naval area defense)
    • Delilah missile (Cruise missile of several variants: drone, air-to-ground, possible anti-radiation variant as well)
    • David’s Sling/Magic Wand (Anti medium range missile)
    • Gabriel missile (Ship-to-ship and air-to-ship variants)
    • Iron Dome (anti-short range rocket)
    • Jericho II IRBM (Ground-to-ground ballistic)
    • Jericho III ICBM  (Ground-to-ground ballistic)
    • LAHAT (Guided anti-tank)
    • Nimrod (Guided anti-tank)
    • Popeye missile (Air-to-ground cruise missile. U.S. designation AGM-142 Have Nap. Possibly larger derivatives exist as well, including a submarine-launched variant)
    • Python 5 (Air-to-air, also ground-to-air variant named SPYDER)
    • Derby (Air-to-air, also known as the Alto)
    • Shavit (Space launcher)
    • Spike/Gil missile (Portable guided anti-tank of several variants including a longer a range tactical ground-to-ground/air-to-ground variant named Spike NLOS or “Tamuz”)

    Italy

    • Alfa
    • Aspide

    Japan

    •  AAM-1 (Type 69 Air-to-Air Missile)
    • AAM-2 (Program was canceled)
    • AAM-3 (Type 90 Air-to-Air Missile)
    • AAM-4 (Type 99 Air-to-Air Missile)
      • AAM-4B
    • AAM-5 (Type 04 Air-to-Air Missile)
      • AAM-5B (Development)
    • ASM-1 (Type 80 Air-to-Ship Missile)
    • ASM-1C (Type 91 Air-to-Ship Missile)
    • ASM-2 (Type 93 Air-to-Ship Missile)
      • ASM-2B
    • ATM-1 (Type 64 Anti-Tank Missile)
    • ATM-2 (Type 79 Anti-Landing craft and Anti-Tank Missile)
    • ATM-3 (Type 87 Anti-Tank Missile)
    • ATM-4 (Type 96 Multi-Purpose Missile System)
    • ATM-5(Type 01 Light Anti-Tank Missile)
    • ATM-6 (Medium-Range Multi-Purpose Missile)
    • SAM-1 (Type 81 Short-Range Surface-to-Air Missile)
      • SAM-1B
      • SAM-1C
    • SAM-2 (Type 91 Portable Surface-to-Air Missile)
      • SAM-2B
    • SAM-3 (Type 93 Short-Range Surface-to-Air Missile)
    • SAM-4 (Type 03 Medium-Range Surface-to-Air Missile)
      • SAM-4B (Development)
    • Type 11 Short-Range Surface-to-Air Missile
    • SSM-1 (Type 88 Surface-to-Ship Missile)
      • SSM-1C
    • SSM-1B (Type 90 Ship-to-Ship Missile Missile)
    • SM-3 Block-II/IIA (Joint development with U.S)
    • Type 73 (Type 73 lightweight torpedo)
    • Type 80 (Type 80 heavyweight torpedo)
    • Type 89 (Type 89 heavyweight torpedo)
    • Type 97 (Type 97 lightweight torpedo)
    • Type 07 (Type 07 Vertical Launched ASROC)

    Nigeria

    • Ogbunigwe (Multi-purpose Missile)