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SS-N-26 (Strobile) Russian Anti-Ship Short Range Cruise Missile

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"WEG"
"Cruise Missiles"
"Short-Range Cruise Missiles (SRCM) (Less than 600 km)"
"Ground-Launched Cruise Missiles (GLCM) (Less than 600 km)"
"Russia (RUS)"
"PRO_Indonesia"
"PRO_Russian Federation"
"PRO_Syria"
"PRO_Viet Nam"
"Air"
"Tier2"
notes"The SS-N-26 Strobile was first developed in 1993 by NPO Mashinostroyenia. In 1999, they developed the ground-launched export version, the Yakhont, and an air-launched version, the Yakhont-M. A sub-launched version has been developed to be fitted to Yasen-class attack submarines, and the Bastion-P and Bastion-S launch systems have since been developed. The Strobile was first deployed in 2002 on Russia’s Nakat-class missile ship. Though originally designed to be an anti-ship missile, the Bastion missile launch systems were first deployed in 2015 with the Russian Army and the missiles were used in a surface to surface role. In 1988, Russia and India collaborated on a joint venture called Brahmos Aerospace Ltd, which produced the Brahmos missile, a supersonic cruise missile based on the Yakhont."
dateOfIntroduction2002
countryOfOrigin"Russia (RUS)"
proliferation"Indonesia, Russian Federation, Syria, Viet Nam"
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name"LCHR SSC 5 SS N 26 STROBILE WHL"
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images
"Strobile_(D).jpg"
"Strobile_(C).jpg"
"Yakhont-770x385@2x.jpg"
"P800_oniks_s6.jpg"
sections
name"System"
properties
name"Alternate Designation"
value"Yakhont, 3M55, Ruby, Kh-61, P-800 Oniks, Yakhont-M, Stallion, Bastion-P, Bastion-S,"
name"Class"
value"Anti-Ship, Land Attack"
name"Effective Range"
value"600km (Export: 300km)"
name"Circular Error Probability"
value"1.5"
units"m"
name"Basing"
value"Ground, Ship,Submarine, Aircraft"
name"Transporter-Erector-Launcher"
value"K-340P for ground launch can carry two missiles and each missile can be launched 5 seconds apart"
name"Dimensions"
properties
name"Length"
value"8.6m (8.3m for air to surface version)"
name"Missile Weight"
value"3,000"
units"kg"
name"Diameter"
value"0.7"
units"m"
name"Fin Span"
value"1.7"
units"m"
name"Payload"
properties
name"Type"
value"Single warhead"
name"Warhead Type"
value"Semi-armor piercing and HE (Export version: HE)"
name"Nuclear Warhead Weight"
value"NA"
name"Nuclear Yield"
value"NA"
name"Conventional Warhead Weight"
value"200kg HE / 250kg Armor Piercing"
name"Conventional Warheads Available"
value"HE sub-munitions, semi-armor piercing"
name"Propulsion Characteristics"
properties
name"Engine"
value"Booster / Ramjet"
name"Propellant"
value"Solid-fuel Booster; Liquid-Fuel Ramjet Sustainer"
name"Speed"
value"750 m/s (Mach 2.6)"
name"Flight Altitude"
value"10,000–14,000 m"
name"Minimum Altitude"
value"10"
units"m"
name"Surface Speed"
value"Mach 2"
name"Fire Control"
properties
name"Guidance System"
value"GPS, mid-course inertial guidance, active radar homing, passive radar seeker head"
name"Radar homing"
value"All-weather monopulse active-passive with frequency hopping"
name"Countermeasures"
value"Active spoofing, dipole clouds"
name"Radar Range"
value"50"
units"km"
name"Seeker"
value"Granit-Elektron seeker"
variants
name"3M55 Oniks"
notes"Base version for Russia."
name"Oniks-M"
notes"Version of Oniks with improved range (up to 800 km), accuracy and ECCM capabilities."
name"P-800 Yakhont"
notes"Export version of Oniks."
name"P-800 Bolid"
notes"Submarine-launched version of Yakhont."
name"Brahmos"
notes"Co-developed by Russia and India, based on Oniks, produced by BrahMos Aerospace Private Limited in India. BrahMos-II, a hypersonic version is also being developed."
name"Bastion-P System"
notes"Bastion-P is a coastal defense version of the P-800. It entered Russian service in 2010. The P-800 missile used in the Bastion-P remains essentially unchanged. Its launch platform is based upon a Belarusian MZKT-7930 special wheeled chassis. This gives the Bastion-P excellent mobility, including rough terrain. The Bastion-P launcher vehicle carries two P-800 missiles. 2019 media reporting indicates that the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation announced on 12 March that Russia’s Pacific Fleet in the Kamchatka Peninsula had received a new set of the K-300P Bastion-P mobile coastal defense missile system as part of a modernization program. Additionally, there is reporting on Bastion-P deployments in the Arctic."
name"Kh-61"
notes"Air launched air to surface version."
type"WEG"
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