The Federal Government has retired several hundred solid-fueled intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) over the decades. Each of these missiles is powered by three or more rocket motors. These assets have been used over several decades to reliably and cost-effectively launch government payloads, as permitted by U.S. space policy. The emergence of new launch providers and capabilities has triggered a review of how the government accounts for the value of these assets. This quick-reaction assessment looks at four possible valuation methodologies to provide policymakers with concrete options for alternative valuations of these assets.