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In 1968, the U.S. Navy formulated a requirement for a ship-launched medium-range missile against attack aircraft, missiles (air-to-surface and surface-to-surface), and surface targets. The missile designator ZRIM-85A was allocated in July 1968, but the development program was never started.
The RIM-85 program was cancelled before any design work was done.
 Department of Defense Missile Nomenclature Records
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