List of NATO reporting names for surface-to-surface missiles


NATO reporting name for SS series surface-to-surface missiles, with Soviet designations:

US DoD designations for SS-N series naval surface-to-surface missiles (fired from ships and submarines), with Soviet designations:

  • SS-N-1 "Scrubber" (4K40) (P-1)
  • SS-N-2 "Styx" (4K51) (P-15)
  • SS-N-3 "Sepal" (R-35/4K44/3M44) and "Shaddock" (4K95) (P-5)
  • SS-N-4 (R-13)
  • SS-N-5 "Sark" (R-21)
  • SS-N-6 "Serb" (R-27)
  • SS-N-7 "Starbright" (4M66) (P-70 Ametist)
  • SS-N-8 "Sawfly" (R-29)
  • SS-N-9 "Siren" (4K85) (P-120 Malakhit)
  • SS-NX-10
  • SS-NX-11
  • SS-N-12 "Sandbox" (4K77/4K80) (P-500 Bazalt)
  • SS-NX-13 (R-27K)
  • SS-N-14 "Silex" (83R/84R/85R)
  • SS-N-15 "Starfish" (82R)
  • SS-N-16 "Stallion" (86R/88R)
  • SS-N-17 "Snipe" (R-31)
  • SS-N-18 "Stingray" (R-29R)
  • SS-N-19 "Shipwreck" (3M45) (P-700 Granit)
  • SS-N-20 "Sturgeon" (R-39 Rif)
  • SS-N-21 "Sampson" (S-10 Granat)
  • SS-N-22 "Sunburn" (3M80) (P-270 Moskit)[1]
  • SS-N-23 "Skiff" (R-29RM), (R-29RMU2 Sineva), (R-29RMU2.1 Layner)
  • SS-N-24 "Scorpion" (3M25) Kh-80 (AS-19 Koala) (P-750 Meteorit)
  • SS-N-25 "Switchblade" (3M24) Kh-35 (AS-20 Kayak) Uran[1]
  • SS-N-26 "Strobile" (3M55) (P-800 Oniks 'Yakhont')
  • SS-N-27 "Sizzler" (3M54) Kalibr ("Club" is the export version.[2])
  • SS-NX-28 - no name yet - (R-39M Grom)
  • SS-N-29 - no name yet - RPK-9 Medvedka (89R)
  • SS-N-30 - no name yet - (3M14) Land attack missile ("Club" is the export version.[2])
  • SS-NX-32 - no name yet - RSM-56 Bulava (3M30)

See also: NATO reporting name


  1. ^ a b Annati, Massimo (November 2004). "The Asian DDG Race". Military Technology. Vol. 28 no. 11. Bonne: Mönch Publishing Group. pp. 31–39. ISSN 0722-3226.
  2. ^ a b Jane's Weapons: Naval Ships 2012-2013,Janes Information Group,2012,p. 15 -