In this chapter, the application of the methodology is extended to marine and aerial vehicles. Here, three representative systems are considered to show that the Linear Algebra-Based Control Design (LAB CD) methodology can be applied to systems of different nature. First, a model of a marine vessel is considered. It is interesting to note that the reference for all the sacrificed variables is not always needed. As a second class of unmanned vehicles, two aerial autonomous devices are considered. First, the control of a planar vertical take-off and landing aircraft is developed. Finally, the control of a quadrotor is considered. The LAB CD methodology is applied, and excellent results are obtained.