|"Medium-Range Cruise Missiles (MRCM) (601 km - 1,000 km)"|
|"Vessel-Launched Cruise Missiles (VLCM) (601 km - 1,000 km)"|
|"PRO_Iran (Islamic Republic of)"|
|notes||"3M54T (SS-N-27 Sizzler) Russian Anti-Shipping Cruise Missilet deployed by the Russian Navy on surface ships. It is launched with a VLS, has a Thrust vectoring booster, and is 8.9 m (29 ft) long. Its warhead weight and other performances are the same as the 3M-54K.
The 3M-54 Kalibr, (Калибр, caliber), also referred to it as 3M54-1 Kalibr, 3M14 Biryuza (Бирюза, turquoise), (NATO codenames SS-N-27 Sizzler and SS-N-30A), 91R1, 91RT2 is a group of Russian surface ship-, submarine-launched and airborne anti-ship and coastal anti-ship (AShM), land-attack cruise missiles (LACM) and anti-submarine missiles developed by the Novator Design Bureau (OKB-8). Derived export versions are the 3M54E, 3M54E1, 3M14E, 91RE1, 91RTE2. The 3M54T, 3M54K, 3M54A, 3M54E (3M54TE), 3M54KE, and 3M54AE have a second stage that performs a supersonic sprint in the terminal approach to the target, reducing the time that the target's defense systems have to react. The 3M54T1, 3M54K1, 3M54A1, 3M54E1 (3M54T/K/AE1) only travel at subsonic speeds, although their range is accordingly greater than those of the supersonic versions.
The club is the designation used for the export versions.
The missile is a modular system with five versions: two anti-shipping types, one for land attack and two anti-submarine types. The missile is designed to share common parts between the surface and submarine-launched variants but each missile consists of different components, for example, the booster. The missile can be launched from a surface ship using a Vertical Launch System (VLS). It has a booster with thrust vectoring capability. The missile launched from a submarine torpedo tube has no need for such an addition but has a conventional booster instead. The air-launched version is held in a container that is dropped as the missile launches, detaching from the container.
Kalibr land-attack versions in use by Russia have various claimed maximum ranges. The U.S. Department of Defense estimates its range at 1,400 km (870 mi), and Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu put its range at "almost 1,500 km (930 mi)." Following its first operational firing in October 2015, Russian Ministry of Defence statements suggested a range of 2,000 km (1,200 mi), while a December 2015 Office of Naval Intelligence report gathered a number of Russian statements projecting ranges between 1,500-2,500 km (1,600 mi). Discrepancies in range values may be attributed to political declarations for strategic effect, or potentially longer 2,500 km-range claims could be associated with a thermonuclear armed variant while shorter 1,500 km-range estimates are for the conventionally armed missile.
The Russian domestic variant (3M54T / 3M54K) and export variants (3M54TE/3M54KE) fly at sub-sonic speeds while achieving supersonic speed as they near their target. They are also capable of performing very high angled defensive high-speed maneuvers in contrast to the common linear flight path of other anti-ship cruise missiles."|
|proliferation||"Algeria, China, India, Iran (Islamic Republic of), Russian Federation, Viet Nam"|
|"Iran (Islamic Republic of)"|
|name||"3M54T (SS-N-27 Sizzler) Russian Anti-Shipping Cruise Missile"|
|value||"3M54T; NATO: SS-N-27 Sizzler"|
|value||"Anti-Ship Cruise Missile"|
|value||"Novator Design Bureau, KTRV, MKB Fakel, NPO Mash, Raduga, NPO Zvezda Strela (Orenburg)"|
|value||"Varies on variant, from 6.2 m to 8.9 m"|
|value||"400-500 kg HE or thermonuclear"|
|value||"Varies on variant, from 1,300 kg-1780 kg-2300 kg"|
|value||"Multi-stage solid-fuel rocket, turbojet engine for 3M-54/E/TE/E1/TE1, -14/E/TE, solid fuel rocket for 91RE1/RTE2"|
|value||"50-150 m AGL
20 m over water"|
|value||"Inertial guidance plus terminal Active radar homing, By satellites, DSMAC."|
|value||"3 m (Club-S/Kalibr-PL)"|
|value||"naval ships, submarines, containers, airplanes, TEL."|
|notes||"3M54K: A submarine-launched anti-shipping variant deployed by the Russian Navy. Its length is 8.22 m (27.0 ft), with a 200 kg (440 lb) warhead. Its range is 440–660 km (270–410 mi). It is a Sea-skimmer with a final stage flight altitude of 4.6 meters (15 ft) and a supersonic terminal speed of Mach 2.9 (3,550 km/h; 2,210 mph)."|
|notes||"3M54T An anti-shipping variant deployed by the Russian Navy on surface ships. It is launched with a VLS, has a Thrust vectoring booster, and is 8.9 m (29 ft) long. Its warhead weight and other performances are the same as the 3M-54K."|
|notes||"3M14K (SS-N-30A) An inertial guidance land-attack variant deployed by the Russian Navy. The submarine-launched weapon has a basic length of 6.2 m (20 ft), with a 450 kg (990 lb) warhead. Its range is 2,500 km (1,600 mi), allowing the Russian Navy to strike targets throughout central Western Europe (including all of the UK, northern France including Paris, and most of Germany) from beyond the GIUK gap. Its subsonic terminal speed is Mach 0.8."|
|notes||"3M14T is the inertial guidance land-attack variant that is deployed by the Russian Navy. A surface ship with VLS launched a missile, with a thrust vectoring booster, its basic length is 8.9 m (29 ft), its warhead weight and other performance are the same as the 3M14K. Russia fired 26 3M14T cruise missiles from four surface ships in the Caspian Sea against 11 targets in Syria on 7 October 2015."|
|notes||"Kalibr-M is a new version of Kalibr with a larger warhead and extended range to 4,500 km. The ship, submarine, air, and land-launched versions are in development."|