In this paper we explore the problem of tracking a near-field moving target using fuzzy neural networks (FNNs). The moving target radiates narrow band waves that impinge on an array of passive sensors. At a particular time instance, the location of the target is estimated by several judiciously constructed FNN-based angle and distance estimators. When the target is moving, its trajectory can be on-line estimated due to the parallel and real-time computational capability of the FNNs. Computer simulation results illustrate the performance of the FNN-based angle estimator, distance estimator, and the near-field moving target tracker.