SKAT-M / CHARLIE II class
The cruise missile submarines of the Project 670M / Skat-M or Charlie II class, (according to NATO designation), were an improved version of the Charlie I class, and six boats were built between 1972 and 1979. A nine meters section was added in front of the fin to house the systems for the new SS-N-15 Starfish and SS-N-16 anti-submarine anti-ship missiless. They also carried SS-N-9 Siren anti-ship missiles with 110km range and a 250Kt nuclear warhead. These submarines had the mission to attack objectives of high military value such as aircraft carriers or equally valuable land targets by surprise. They had the disadvantage of having to return to port to be reloaded after firing their 8 cruise missiles, even and thus, their destructive capacity was huge. They were removed from service between 1991 and 1998 and were all scrapped.
CHARLIE II gallery and more info