|Status:||In Service||In Service||In Service||In Service / Requested||In Service|
|Number:||51||364||105||120 / 60||30|
|Cost:||$110 million (1999); $74 million (2009)||$28 million (1998); $171 million (2007)||$39 million (2005); $131 million (2009)||$178 million (2010); $110 million (2017)|
|Variant:||AIM-120B & AIM-120C-7||AIM-120B & AIM-120C-7||AIM-120C-7||AIM-120C-7||AIM-120C-7|
|Operator:||Oman||Saudi Arabia||Turkey||United Arab Emirates|
|Status:||In Service / On Order||In Service / On Order||In Service / On Order||In Service|
|Number:||50 / 27||500 / 500||383 / 145||715|
|Cost:||Part of $1.1 billion F-16 package; Part of $117 million weapon package (2012)||$475 million (2000); Part of $29 billion F-15SA package (2010)||$157 million (2004); $320 million (2014)||Part of $326 million weapons package|
|Variant:||AIM-120C-7||AIM-120C-5 & AIM-120C-7||AIM-120B & AIM-120C-7||AIM-120B & AIM-120C-7|
|Country of origin:||United States|
|Manufacturer:||Raytheon (Developed by Hughes)|
|Type:||Medium-range air-to-air missile / Beyond-visual range air-to-air missile (BVRAAM)|
|Guidance:||Active radar tracking (For beyond visual range, the missile is directed by the launch aircraft using a data link to the target and an internal inertial guidance system then switches to its monopulse radar for the terminal phase)|
|Range:||46 miles (74.1 km/40+ nm)|
|Length:||12 feet (3.7 m)|
|Diameter:||7 in (17.8 cm)|
|Wingspan:||AIM-120A/B: 21 in (53.3 cm)|
|AIM-120C/D: 19 in (48.3 cm)|
|Weight:||AIM-120A/B: 348 lbs (157.9 kg)|
|AIM-120C/D: 356 lbs (161.5 kg)|
|Warhead type:||40 lb blast fragmentation/high explosive|
|Speed:||Mach 4 (3,069 mph/4,939 km/h)|
|Propulsion:||Hercules solid-fueled rocket|
|Launch platform:||F-15C/D, F-15S, F-15SA, F-15I, F-16AM/BM, F-16C/D, F-16E/F, F-16I, F/A-18C/D, F/A-18E/F, F-22, F-35, Typhoon, Tornado ADV, Gripen|
|Notes:||10 record combat kills|
- “AIM-120 Advanced Medium-Range, Air-to-air missile (AMRAAM),” U.S. Navy, August 20, 2014.
- “Trade Register,” Stockholm International Peace Research Institute,” 2015.
- “Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile,” Raytheon, 2015.
- Dr. Carlos Kopp, “Quo Vadis – AMRAAM,” Air Power Australia, September 1986.
- “AIM-120 AMRAAM Slammer,” Federation of American Scientists, April 14, 2000.
- “AIM-120 AMRAAM,” F-16.net, 2016.
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