ⓘ Scud (disambiguation)


ⓘ Scud (disambiguation)

Scud refers to a series of tactical ballistic missiles developed by the Soviet Union during the Cold War.

Scud or SCUD may also refer to:

  • Scud FM, nickname of BBC Radio 4s continuous 1991 Gulf War news service
  • Septicemic cutaneous ulcerative disease, a disease found in turtles
  • Scud crustacean, a shrimplike aquatic animal
  • Scud dog, a character in the animation Toy Story
  • Scud Mountain Boys, an American country music band
  • Socle pour le changement, lunite et la democratie, a Chadian rebel group

1. Aviation and meteorology

  • Scud cloud, scattered cumulus under deck
  • Scud running, flying at a reduced altitude to avoid clouds
  • Abbott-Baynes Scud 1
  • Abbott-Baynes Scud 2
  • Abbott-Baynes Scud 3

2. Comics and games

  • Scud: The Disposable Assassin video game, a Sega Saturn game based on the comic book series
  • Scud Race, a Sega arcade racing game
  • Scud: The Disposable Assassin, a science fiction comic book series

3. People

  • Scud filmmaker, working name of Danny Cheng Wan-Cheung
  • The Scud Stud, nickname of Canadian journalist Arthur Kent
  • Scud Stud, nickname of British journalist Rageh Omaar
  • Scud, a fictional character in the film Blade II
  • The Scud, nickname of Australian tennis player Mark Philippoussis