This paper explores the feasibility of roll-pitch-yaw integrated autopilots for a high angle-of-attack missile. Investigation of the aerodynamic characteristics indicates strong cross-coupling effects between the motions in longitudinal and lateral directions. Robust control techniques based on H(infinity) synthesis are employed to design roll-pitch-yaw integrated autopilots. The performance of the proposed roll-pitch-yaw integrated controller is tested in high-fidelity nonlinear 5-degree-of-freedom simulations. The proposed controllers are scheduled as a function of total angle of attack in a linear parameter varying framework with proportional navigation guidance laws. The integrated controller demonstrates satisfactory performance that cannot be achieved by the controller designed in a decoupled manner.