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DODNATOMissileMissile System 
SS-N-19ShipwreckP-700 (3M-45)3K-45 Granit
SS-N-20Sturgeon Mod.1R-39 (3M-65)D-19 (3K-65)
SS-N-20Sturgeon Mod.2
SS-N-21SampsonRK-55 KS-122 (3M-10), 3M70S-10 (3K-10) Granat, P-1000 (3K70) Vulcan
SS-N-22SunburnP-270 (3M-80)3K-80 Moskit
SS-N-23Skiff Mod.1R-29RM (3M-37)D-9RM (3K-37) (4K75RM)
SS-N-23Skiff Mod.2R-29RMU (3M-37U)D-9RMU (3K-37U)  Sineva
SS-N-23Skiff Mod.3R-29RMU2 (3M-37U2)D-9RMU2 (3K-37U2)  Sineva-2

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DODNATOMissileMissile System 
SS-N-24ScorpionP-750 (3M-25)3K-25 Meteorit-M
SS-N-25SwitchbladeKh-35 (3M-24)3K-24 Uran
SS-N-26StrobileP-800 (3M-55)3K-55 Oniks
SS-N-27SizzlerP-900 (3M-54)P-10 (3K-54) Biryuza
SS-N-28R-39UT R-39M (3M-91)D-31 D-19UTTKh (3K-91) Bark Grom
SS-NX-303M-14S-14 (3K-14) Kalibr
SS-NX-32R-30 (3M-30)D-30 Bulava-30

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DODNATOMissileMissile System 
FROG-13R22K4 Filin
FROG-23R1 Sova2K1 Mars
FROG-33R8 3R92K6 Luna
FROG-43R9 Geophisical rocket2K6 Luna-1
FROG-53R102K6 Luna-2
FROG-6RV-65 3R112K6 Luna
FROG-7AR-65 (9M21)9K52 Luna-M
FROG-7BR-70 (9M21-1)9K52 Luna-M

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Stalin for YARS-24 is someone's fanboy BS

S-300PMU was also SA-10B, NOT SA-10C.  Wikipedia is one of the most horrible sources out there.

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DODSheldonMissileName
SL-1A8K71PSSputnik
SL-2A8A91Sputnik-2
SL-3A-18K72, 8A92Luna/Vostok, Vostok-2
SL-5A-1-m11A510Voskhod-2
SL-7B-163S1, 11K63Kosmos, Kosmos-2-1
SL-8C-165S3 & 11K65Kosmos Kosmos-3
SL-10A-m11A59Voskhod-2
SL-12D-1-e/-h8K82K (UR-500K)Proton-4 Proton-K/-D
SL-13D-18K82K (UR-500K)Proton-3 Proton-K
SL-14F-211K68Zenit Tsiklon-3
SL-15G-1-e11A51 11A52N-1
SL-16J-164S2, 11K64, 11K77Zenit, Zenit, Zenit-2

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DODNATOMissileMissile System 
CADS-N-1A-3K-87 Kortik/Kashtan
CADS-N-1B-3K-88 Kortik-M/Kashtan-M
CAA-1CThunderbolt?
CAT-1(Chinese version of AT-3A) HJ-73
CSA-4HQ-7 (FM-80)
CSA-5HQ-7 (FM-90)
CSA-7HQ-7A (FM-90)
CSS-5 Mod.3DF-21C
CSS-5 Mod.4DF-21D
CSS-6 Mod.1DF-15A
CSS-6 Mod.2DF-15B
CSS-X-11B-611

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DODNATOMissileMissile System 
CSSC-3ASeersucker
CSSC-3BSeersucker
CSSC-3CSeersuckerHY-2B
CSS-N-2SafflowerHY-2 (C-201) HY-1SY-1A
CSS-N-4 ?SardineC-801YJ-1 (YJ-8)
CSS-N-4 Mod.0JL-2
CSS-N-4 Mod.1JL-2 Jia
CSS-N-4 Mod.2JL-2 Yi

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NATOModel
Crusty (Crusty-A?)Tu-134
Crusty-BTu-134UBL
Fencer-DSu-24M, Su-24MK, Su-24M2
Flanker-B Mod.1Su-27SM
Flanker-B Mod.2Su-30KI, Su-30KN
Flanker-B+Shenyang J-11
Hind-E Mod.Mi-24VM Mi-24VP
Hip-H EW3Mi-8MTBP, Mi-17PP
Hip-H EW4Mi-8MTSh2
Hip-H EW5Mi-13 (Mi-8MTI), Mi-17PI
Hip-H EW6Mi-8MTSh3
Mainring(Chinese AWACS aircraft based on Il-76 airframe) KJ-2000
MaxdomeIl-80VKP Il-82

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Hi ALL !!!
 
The current version of the SL-list in Russian Wiki contains the following data
 
SL-18    Start-1
SL-19   Strela/Rokot
SL-21   Shtil'
SL-23    Zenit-3SLB
SL-24    Dnepr
SL-26    Soyuz-FG + Fregat
 
Because of that Wiki very unreliable source of the information, please confirm or deny this data
 
Regards

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This is from Soviet Military Power 1981, publication of DoD. What is mysterious codename "Fishbed M"?

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I'm no MiG 21 expert, but the scramble site (http://wiki.scramble.nl/index.php/Mikoyan_Gurevich_MiG-21#MiG-21bis_.27Fishbed-M.27) tells us :

"MiG-21bis 'Fishbed-M' (Izdeliye 75, 75A & 75B) Improved version of Fishbed L introducing Tumansky R 25 turbojet engine of 73 5 kN

(16 535 Ib) afterburning thrust and further advanced avionics"
It takes a long time, before all mistakes are made ...

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It is not corect. MiG-21bis is "Fishbed L" (variant for PVO with Lazur M) or "Fishbed N" (varinat for VVS with Polyot-OI). "Fishbed M" isnt all-weather fighter (Soviet Military Power 1981)

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(Not related to above) In the years after the breakup of the Soviet Union, some reporting names were circulated for the latest aircraft prototypes as follows, but I can't determine for sure whether they are bogus or real:
  • FLATPACK (MiG-1.44 MFI)
  • FIRKIN (Su-47 Berkut)
  • MISER (MiG-AT)
  • MAXDOME (Il-80 VKP = Il-87)
  • MITTEN (Yak-130)
Also some Chinese types were apparently named as follows:
  • CHAN (Harbin Y-11)
  • FLOUNDER (Xi'an JH-7)
As I no longer trust Wikipedia, and find dubious many of the online resources, can someone refer to a RELIABLE source for these names (IF they are legit at all of course). What is the authoritative document that provides such official namings, anyway? Thanks a lot in advance for your answers!

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Thanks for that update. Need to be added is also:

  • MAINRING (KJ-2000 AEW/AWACS)

... and by the way I just read somewhere (see here: http://www.uscc.gov/sites/default/files/Lee%20Fuell_Testimony1.30.14.pdf9 about the new code-name for the Chengdu J-10 to be called FIREBIRD !??? Do You know more about that ?

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(Not related to above) In the years after the breakup of the Soviet Union, some reporting names were circulated for the latest aircraft prototypes as follows, but I can't determine for sure whether they are bogus or real:
  • FLATPACK (MiG-1.44 MFI)
  • FIRKIN (Su-47 Berkut)
  • MISER (MiG-AT)
  • MAXDOME (Il-80 VKP = Il-87)
  • MITTEN (Yak-130)
Also some Chinese types were apparently named as follows:
  • CHAN (Harbin Y-11)
  • FLOUNDER (Xi'an JH-7)
As I no longer trust Wikipedia, and find dubious many of the online resources, can someone refer to a RELIABLE source for these names (IF they are legit at all of course). What is the authoritative document that provides such official namings, anyway? Thanks a lot in advance for your answers!


There is no public published list. The codenames used to appear in public gradually report by report- but nowadays such reports are likely to use the real designations.

Nevertheless, all above are believed to be correct. Also:


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