This paper argues that the Arabian Gulf States still lack a comprehensive and cohesive regional security structure. Moreover, its security environment has not been strategically redefined since the second Gulf war that neutralized Iraq. As a result, the Gulf security system relied mainly on the US military presence in the region. However, during the last decade or so, the Gulf States focused on improving its defenses by obtaining advanced weapons. However, these advanced weapons are not quite compatible. Along the line of the Gulf States’ efforts to create a flexible framework for its regional security and for subduing tensions, this paper attempts to outline a defined vision into that direction.