A sharp-nosed missile model with nose-mounted canards and cruciform tail surfaces was tested in the Ames 6- by 6-foot wind tunnel to determine the contributions of the component aerodynamic surfaces on the static aerodynamic characteristics at Mach numbers of 1.5 and 2.0 and a Reynolds number of 1,000,000 based on body diameter. Effect of canard location (at three different axial positions) was investigaed. Data were obtained at angles of attack ranging from 3 deg to 12 deg, roll angles of 0 deg and 45 deg, and canard-deflection angles from 3 deg to 15 deg for various stages of model build-up (i.e., with and without canard and/or tail surfaces). The canard in the most aft position was least effective in trimming the model. With movement of the canard to the most forward position, the model was trimmable at angles of attack up to about 5 deg or 6 deg with panel deflections of 9 deg.