I don't know if it's the poor English used in some posts above, but could someone explain why some people are under the belief that guidance and seekers do not work under deceleration or any other non-inertial frames. How then do all guided munitions work when they are accelerating and/or decelerating? Using a ballistic missile's warhead to target a HUGE and SLOWLY moving target like a supercarrier is only selectively more difficult than hitting a stationary target. The CEP of modern ballistic missiles is exceptional against stationary targets. The last two factors remaining are tracking of moving target and guidance for adjustment of trajectory. Both of which exist at least in their basic ingredients. We know Chinese MIRVs in ICBMs and SLBM like JL-2 have the ability to maneuver and change trajectory several times in an attempt to fool BMD and make its job a little harder. We know Russian MIRVs do this too. Therefore the main source of doubt is really in the guidance part. SAMs, AAMs, and AGMs flying at around Mach 3-5 are perfectly well guided. Why is Mach 10 or similar speeds all of a sudden impossible? And why does the warhead need to be slowed to Mach 1 or 2? Could all those western physics geniuses speak up please. They all seem to gobble up these words of reassurance like a drug addicted lunatic.