Cruise Missile Submarine - Russian/Soviet Navy

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Russian/Soviet Navy

The Russian/Soviet Navy has operated the following classes of cruise missile submarine (these are NATO reporting names):

  • Whiskey class (SSG)
  • Juliett class (SSG)
  • Echo class (SSGN)
  • Papa class (SSGN)
  • Charlie class (SSGN)
  • Oscar class (SSGN) - these carry the SS-N-19 long range anti-ship missile

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