As the heir to the substantial Soviet missile arsenal, Russia boasts the widest inventory of ballistic and cruise missiles in the world. Russia remains a major power in the development of missiles of all kinds, and Russian strategic rocket forces constitute a significant element of Moscow’s military strategy. Russian missiles perform a wide variety of missions, from anti-access/area denial in local conflicts to delivery of strategic nuclear weapons across continents. A significant modernization program continues in Russia, producing new variants of both ballistic and cruise missiles with significant new capabilities. Russia is also making major advancements in the field of precision guided cruise missiles.

Russian missiles

Missile Types

SSC-8 (9M729)
Kh-101 / Kh-102
RS-26 Rubezh
SS-20 "Saber"
RS-28 Sarmat
SS-N-6 (R-27) "Serb"
SS-N-27 "Sizzler"
SS-N-26 “Strobile”
SS-26 “Iskander”
SS-21 “Tochka”
SS-1 “Scud”
SS-N-30A “Kalibr”
SS-18 “Satan”
SS-N-21 “Sampson” (RK-55)
SS-N-23 “Skiff”
SS-27 “Topol-M”
SS-N-18 “Stingray”
SS-25 “Topol”
SS-19 “Stiletto"
RS-24 Yars
SS-N-32 “Bulava”