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Also Known As: 91PE2, Club-N, Klub and SS-N-27 Sizzler
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Description: The Klub/Club is a family of modular, two-stage, multi-purpose missiles intended to engage ships, submarines and targets onshore. The Klub missiles can be launched from surface ships and submarines employing canisters, torpedo tubes and VLS. The missile can follow a ballistic or a low and medium altitude cruise trajectory pattern depending on the Klub missile version. They have been designed to destroy targets protected by sophisticated active air defenses and countermeasures. The Club-N designation applies to missile variants employed by surface vessels which launch this kind of weapon through Vertical Launch System (VLS). The Club-N missiles are provided within Transport-Launch Containers (TLCs). The Club-S refers to submarine applications which utilize torpedo tubes to fire the weapon out of the submarine. This family of missiles entered service in 2001 within the Russian Armed Forces and is also aimed at export customers worldwide. The Caliber designation refers to the missile complex deployed on Russian Navy vessels to engage a variety of targets.
The 91RTE2 Club-N is a ship-based ballistic missile designed to engage submarines using its payload which includes a small-size MPT-1UME torpedo fitted with an active homing head. It is suitable for engagements of hostile submarines located at 40 km using a built-in Inertial Navigation System (INS) to reach the target area. The 91RE1 and 91RTE2 ballistic missiles differ in size and booster design. They are expected to replace the SS-N-15 and SS-N-16 missiles in the Russian Navy.
Diameter: 533 millimeter (21.0 inch)
Length: 6.50 meter (256 inch)
Max Range: 40,000 meter (21.6 nautical mile)
Top Speed: 664 mps (2,391 kph)
Warhead: 76 kilogram (168 pound)
Weight: 1,300 kilogram (2,866 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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on 14 Sep 2011
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