Its crazy how good we are at destroying something and killing each other, imagine we would use this energy for the good things. I know that a lot of crucial technology has come out of wars, but imagine if we put the same resources and engineering into planetary gain instead of destroying each other. The exactness of targetting is more important than a space-brand. For that reason, I like laser-weapons and amphibious multi-terrain impacts. At 3:40 in case anyone wonders why the missile turns 90 degrees in such an "awkward" manner, just remember if you lauch it straight up then gradually turn it to a horizontal stance and fly towards the target, by the time the missile is horizontal, it's a at least 1 or 2 kilometers in altitude. enemy ship's radar will pick up the missile immediately. but if you forcefully turn the missile at just a few dozen meters above ground, most of the missile's journey towards its target is going to be below radar detection altitude. S-300/350/400/450 are not only anti-air missiles, this is a universal weapon, ground-to-ground, ground-to-water as well, and above all, it is a weapon that is able to carry operational nuclear warheads, without radiation shield as an informal substitute for official nuclear-capable tactical-operational systems.