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Please help improve this article by expanding it. Further information might be found on the talk page. (April 2007) OTR-21 Tochka SS-21 Scarab Type Tactical ballistic missile Place of origin  Soviet Union Service history In service 1976-present (Scarab A) 1986-present (Scarab B) Used by See operators Production history Manufacturer KBM (Kolomna) Specifications Weight 2,000 kg (4,400 lb) Scarab A 2,010 kg (4,400 lb) Scarab B Length 6.4 m (21 ft) Diameter 0.65 m (2 ft 2 in) Warhead Chemical, 100 kT nuclear warhead, EMP, or fragmentation filling Engine Single-stage solid propellant Operational range 70 km (43 mi) Scarab A 120 km (75 mi) Scarab B Speed 1.8 km/s (1.1 mi/s) Guidance system Inertial with GLONASS Launch platform Mobile TEL OTR-21 Tochka (Russian: оперативно-тактический ракетный комплекс (ОТР) «Точка»; English: Tactical Operational Missile Complex "Tochka", "Point") is a Soviet short-range tactical ballistic missile. Its GRAU designation is 9K79; its NATO reporting name is SS-21 Scarab. It is transported in a 9P129 vehicle, then erected vertically prior to launch. It uses an inertial guidance system. The OTR-21 forward deployment to GDR began in 1981, replacing the earlier FROG series of unguided ballistic missiles. Contents 1 Description 1.1 Scarab A 1.2 Scarab B 1.3 Scarab C 1.4 Others 2 Use in combat 3 Operators 3.1 Former operators 4 References 5 External links // Description The OTR-21 is a mobile missile launch system, designed to be deployed along with other land combat units on the battlefield. While the FROG-7 is large and relatively inaccurate, the OTR-21 is much smaller. The missile itself can be used for precise strikes on enemy tactical targets, such as control posts, bridges, storage facilities, troop concentrations and airfields. The fragmentation warhead can be replaced with a nuclear, biological or chemical warhead. The solid propellant makes the missile easy to maintain and deploy. OTR-21 units are usually managed in a brigade structure. There are 18 launchers in a brigade; each launcher is provided with 2 or 3 missiles. The vehicle is completely amphibious, with a maximum road speed of 60 km/h (37 mph) and 8 km/h (5.0 mph) in water. It is NBC-protected. The system has been in development since 1968. Three variants have been created. Scarab A The initial Scarab A entered service with the Soviet Army in 1975. It carries one of three types of warhead: 482 kg (1,060 lb) of conventional HE fragmentation (lethal radius more than 200 m (660 ft) nuclear The minimal range is about 15 km (9.3 mi), maximum range is 70 km (43 mi); its Circular Error Probable (CEP) is estimated to be about 150 m (490 ft). Scarab B The improved Scarab B (Tochka-U) was introduced in 1989. Improved propellant increased the range to 120 km (75 mi). CEP significantly improved, to less than 95 m (312 ft). Scarab C A third variant, Scarab C, was developed in the 1990s. Again, range increased (185 km (115 mi)), and CEP decreased[citation needed]. Scarab C weighs 1,800 kg (4,000 lb). Others North Korea is known to have developed a local variant, the KN-02 Toksa (Viper), by reverse-engineering Syrian-supplied Scarab A missiles.[1] The Toksa has a range of 120 - 140 kilometers, and it is the most accurate ballistic missile in KPA's inventory to date. Use in combat At least 15 Tochka missiles were deployed by Russian forces from August 8–11 during the 2008 South Ossetia war.[2] Operators  Azerbaijan  Belarus 36 [3]  Bulgaria 1 brigade + up to 72 missiles (Scarab-B)  Iran unknown number  Kazakhstan unknown number  Libya unknown number  North Korea about 50  Russia 140  Ukraine 90 [4]  Syria 1 brigade plus at least 36 missiles  Yemen 10 Former operators  Czechoslovakia passed on to successor states.  Czech Republic inherited from Czechoslovakia, retired.  Hungary less than 10, retired  Poland 4 [5] retired in 2005, because of lack of rockets and service parts  Slovakia small number, inherited from Czechoslovakia, all retired.  Soviet Union Passed on to successor states. References ^ globalsecurity.org ^ Fulghum, David A.; Douglas Barrie, Robert Wall and Andy Nativi (2008-08-15). "Georgian Military Folds Under Russian Attack". Aviation Week. http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/generic/story_generic.jsp?channel=awst&id=news/aw081808p2.xml&headline=Georgian%20Military%20Folds%20Under%20Russian%20Attack. Retrieved 2008-11-09.  ^ Belarus Army Equipment ^ Ground Forces Equipment - Ukraine ^ MILITARIUM - Wojsko Polskie - Uzbrojenie External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to: OTR-21 Tochka [1] SS-21 Scarab Tochka-U Video SS-21 Scarab (9K79 Tochka) (Russian) OTR Tochka MissileThreat.com SS-21 Jane's Defence news on North Korean SS-21 test, April 2006 v • d • e Russian, Ukrainian, and former Soviet armoured fighting vehicles after World War II   Tanks T-10 · T-54/55 · T-55AGM · PT-76 · T-62 · T-64 · T-72 · T-80 · T-84 · T-90   Armoured personnel carriers Tracked BTR-50 · MT-LB · BTR-D Wheeled BTR-3 · BTR-4 · BTR-40 · BTR-60 · BTR-70 · BTR-80 · BTR-90 · BPM-97 · BTR-94 · BTR-152   Infantry fighting vehicles BMP-1 · BMP-2 · BMP-3 · BMD-1 · BMD-2 · BMD-3 · BTR-T · BMPT   Self-propelled artillery Guns 2S1 Gvozdika · 2S3 Akatsiya · 2S4 Tyulpan · 2S5 Giatsint · 2S7 Pion · 2S9 Nona · 2S19 Msta · 2S23 Nona-SVK · 2S30 Iset · 2S31 Vena · ASU-57 · ASU-85 MRLs BM-14 · BM-21 Grad · BM-24 · BM-25 · BM-27 Uragan · TOS-1 · BM-30 Smerch Missiles 2K6 Luna (FROG-3/5) · 9K52 Luna-M (FROG-7) · 9K79 Tochka (SS-21 Scarab) · R-400 Oka (SS-23 Spider) · Iskander (SS-26 Stone)   Self-propelled anti-aircraft weapons Guns BTR-40A · BTR-152A · BTR-152D · ZSU-57-2 · ZSU-23-4 · 2S6 Tunguska · Pantsir-S1 Missiles 2K11 Krug (SA-4 Ganef) · 2K12 Kub (SA-6 Gainful) · 9K22 Tunguska (SA-19 Grison) · 9K31 Strela-1 (SA-9 Gaskin) · 9K33 Osa (SA-8 Gecko) · 9K35 Strela-10 (SA-13 Gopher) · 9K37 Buk (SA-11 Gadfly) · 9K330 Tor (SA-15 Gauntlet) · S-300 (SA-10 Grumble) · Pantsir-S1 (SA-22 Greyhound) v • d • e NATO Designation for Russian and former Soviet missiles   Air-to-air missiles · complete list AA-1 Alkali · AA-2 Atoll · AA-3 Anab · AA-4 Awl · AA-5 Ash · AA-6 Acrid · AA-7 Apex · AA-8 Aphid · AA-9 Amos · AA-10 Alamo · AA-11 Archer · AA-12 Adder · AA-X-13 Arrow   Air-to-surface missiles · complete list AS-1 Kennel · AS-2 Kipper · AS-3 Kangaroo · AS-4 Kitchen · AS-5 Kelt · AS-6 Kingfish · AS-7 Kerry · AS-9 Kyle · AS-10 Karen · AS-11 Kilter · AS-12 Kegler · AS-13 Kingbolt · AS-14 Kedge · AS-15 Kent · AS-16 Kickback · AS-17 Krypton · AS-19 Koala   Anti-tank missiles · complete list AT-1 Snapper · AT-2 Swatter · AT-3 Sagger · AT-4 Spigot · AT-5 Spandrel · AT-6 Spiral · AT-7 Saxhorn · AT-8 Songster · AT-9 Spiral-2 · AT-10 Stabber · AT-11 Sniper · AT-12 Swinger · AT-13 Saxhorn-2 · АТ-14 Spriggan · АТ-15 Springer · AT-16 Scallion   Surface-to-air missiles · complete list Ground based SA-1 Guild · SA-2 Guideline · SA-3 Goa · SA-4 Ganef · SA-5 Gammon · SA-6 Gainful · SA-7 Grail · SA-8 Gecko · SA-9 Gaskin · SA-10 Grumble · SA-11 Gadfly · SA-12 Gladiator/Giant · SA-13 Gopher · SA-14 Gremlin · SA-15 Gauntlet · SA-16 Gimlet · SA-17 Grizzly · SA-18 Grouse · SA-19 Grison · SA-20 Gargoyle · SA-21 Growler · SA-22 Greyhound · SA-23 Gladiator\Giant · SA-24 Grinch Naval based SA-N-1 Goa · SA-N-2 Guideline · SA-N-3 Goblet · SA-N-4 Gecko · SA-N-5 Grail · SA-N-6 Grumble · SA-N-7 Gadfly · SA-N-8 Gremlin · SA-N-9 Gauntlet · SA-N-10 Grouse · SA-N-11 Grison · SA-N-12 Grizzly · SA-N-14 Grouse · SA-N-20 Gargoyle   Surface-to-surface missiles · complete list Ground based SS-1 Scud · SS-2 Sibling · SS-3 Shyster · SS-4 Sandal · SS-5 Skean · SS-6 Sapwood · SS-7 Saddler · SS-8 Sasin · SS-9 Scarp · SS-10 Scrag · SS-11 Sego · SS-12 Scaleboard · SS-13 Savage · SS-14 Scamp\Scapegoat · SS-15 Scrooge · SS-16 Sinner · SS-17 Spanker · SS-18 Satan · SS-19 Stiletto · SS-20 Saber · SS-21 Scarab · SS-22 Scaleboard · SS-23 Spider · SS-24 Scalpel · SS-25 Sickle · SS-26 Stone · SS-27 Sickle B Naval based SS-N-1 Scrubber · SS-N-2 Styx · SS-N-3 Shaddock · SS-N-4 Sark · SS-N-5 Sark/Serb · SS-N-6 Serb · SS-N-7 Starbright · SS-N-8 Sawfly · SS-N-9 Siren · SS-N-12 Sandbox · SS-N-13 Serb · SS-N-14 Silex · SS-N-15 Starfish · SS-N-16 Stallion · SS-N-17 Snipe · SS-N-18 Stingray · SS-N-19 Shipwreck · SS-N-20 Sturgeon · SS-N-21 Sampson · SS-N-22 Sunburn · SS-N-23 Skiff · SS-N-23 Sineva · SS-N-24 Scorpion · SS-N-25 Switchblade · SS-N-26  · SS-N-27 Sizzler  · SS-N-28  · SS-NX-30