Hole you forgot about the super duper Stryker IM-SHORAD system currently being developed for the US Army.
The air defence platform is intended to provide air and missile defence against a range of low-altitude aerial threats such as rotary-wing and fixed-wing aircraft, cruise missiles, as well as unmanned aerial systems.
IM-SHORAD will also offer protection against artillery, rockets and mortars as well as regional ballistic missile threats.
Armament include the AGM-114L Longbow Hellfire air-to-surface missiles capable of defeating air and ground targets and four Raytheon’s Stinger man-portable air defence systems for engaging light armoured air targets within a range of 4,800m.
The secondary armament of the IM-SHORAD air defence system includes a 30mm XM914 Bushmaster Chain Gun and a 7.62mm M240 coaxial machine gun.
Sounds like they have finally managed to develop a Pantsyr-S/Tor equivalent NOT!
Sounds more like a combination of a Sosna-R/Strela-10M and a Tunguska
Which is also handy to have, and on the front-lines mounted on something like a Stryker platform is where you actually want it. With a mix of laser-guided and radar-homing missiles, as well as a chain-gun, it should prove quite versatile against a wide mix of air and ground targets.
I also like the fact that they're using what they already have. The chassis, the missiles, the gun. No exhorbitant amounts of money spent on a completely novel and bespoke solution. Instead they just mixed and matched proven equipment and they should be able to a churn out a number of these things quickly and for not too much cost. Seems like they've sobered up and gone back to the more reasonable Cold War-era approach of doing more with less resources. No doubt the colossal modernization drive of the Russian military over the past decade has been the driving factor for that.
But they definitely have a gap in their short-range and medium-range air defense systems, and even their long-range ones are mostly naval-based; which won't be that useful in any sort of land conflict in Europe
Their fighter aviation are meant to counter the threat of cruise missiles. But the viability of that remains to be seen. Especially against the high-supersonic and hypersonic missiles
I'm speaking here about the US military and some others which have high commonality with them. There are some other NATO members like Germany for example, which at least have very competent SHORAD platforms and have had for a long time.