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  • "BOMARC B"

    Boeing/MARC CIM-10B "BOMARC B" Surface-to-Air Missile Propulsion:  One Thiokol XM-51 solid fuel rocket; Two Marquardt RJ43-MA-7 ramjets Wingspan:  18 ft 2 in Length:  45 ft 1 in Height:  10 ft 4 in Diameter:  2 ft 11 in Weight:  16,032 lbs Speed:  1,975 miles per hour (Mach 2.8) Range:  440 miles Service Ceiling:  100,000 ft Armament: 
  • "Buzz Bomb"

    V-1 "Buzz Bomb"/JB-2 Flying Bomb Crew:  None Engine:  One Ford IJ-15-1 pulsejet of 770 lbs thrust (copy of German Argus-Schmidt pulsejet) Wingspan:  17 ft 4 1/2 in Length:  25 ft 4 1/2 in Height:  4 ft 8 in Weight:  4,796 lbs Speed:  launch: 220 mph; cruise: 375-400 mph Range:  100-150 miles Operating altitude:  2,000 to 4,000 ft Armament:  2,100
  • "Harpoon Missile"

    Boeing AGM-84L "Harpoon" Missile Engine:  One Teledyne /CAE J402-CA-400 turbojet; 680 lbs thrust Wingspan:  3 ft 0 in Length:  12 ft 7 in Diameter:  1 ft 1 1/2 in Weight:  1,145 lbs Speed:  855 km/h Range:  60+ nautical miles Armament:  488 lbs high-explosive Cost:  $474,609 The Harpoon is the only dedicated anti-shipping missile currently in
  • "Jeep"

    Willys "Jeep" In 1939 the U.S. Army invited proposals for a new military vehicle to replace its aging fleet of motorcycles and Ford Model T trucks. Three companies eventually responded with prototypes: Ford Motor Company, Willys-Overland, and American Bantam Car Company. The production contract was awarded to Willys in July 1941. Ford agreed to
  • "Kaydet"

    Boeing-Stearman PT-17 "Kaydet" S/N 41-25284 Crew:  Two (Instructor & Student) Engine:  One Continental R-670-5 seven cylinder radial; 220 hp Wingspan:  32 ft 2 in Length:  25 ft 1/4 in Height:  9 ft 2 in Weight:  1,936 lbs empty; 2,717 lbs loaded Speed:  106 mph cruise; 124 mph maximum Range:  505 miles Ceiling:  11,200 ft Armament:  None Cost: 
  • "Maverick" Air-to-Surface Missile

    Hughes AGM-65A Maverick Air-to-Surface Missile Motor:  One Thiokol TX-481 solid-propellant rocket motor Wingspan:  2 ft 4 in Length:  8 ft 2 in Diameter:  1 ft 0 in Weight:  462 lbs Speed:  Classified Range:  Classified Armament:  125 lbs cone-shaped warhead Cost:  $17,000 The AGM-65A was the first production model of the Maverick accepted by the
  • "Minuteman I" ICBM

    Boeing LGM-30A "Minuteman I" ICBM Propulsion:  1st stage: One Thiokol solid-fuel rocket motor (210,000 lbs thrust); 2nd stage:  One Aerojet General solid-fuel rocket motor (60,000 lbs thrust); 3rd stage:  One Hercules solid-fuel rocket motor (35,000 lbs thrust) Diameter:   5 ft 6 in Length:   53 ft 8 in Weight:   65,000 lbs (at launch) Speed:  
  • "Minuteman I" ICBM Transporter

    Boeing LGM-30A "Minuteman I" ICBM Transporter-Erector-Loader (TEL) A unique vehicle, the Boeing Transporter/Erector Loader semitrailer, was used to transport the Minuteman I missile and emplace/remove it at the launch facility. The container was sixty-five feet long, ten feet wide, thirteen feet tall, and contained 8,030 cubic feet of interior
  • "Minuteman III" ICBM

    Boeing LGM-30G "Minuteman III" ICBM Propulsion:  Three solid-propellant rocket engines; first, second and third stages of 200,000, 60,600 and 34,000 pounds of thrust, respectivelyDiameter:   6 ft at widest pointLength:   59 ft 10 in Weight:   78,000 lbs (at launch) Speed:   15,000 mph (max)Range:   Over 8,000 milesService Ceiling:   700
  • "Paveway II" Guided Bomb

    Texas Instruments GBU-12 "Paveway II" Guided Bomb The GBU-12 is basically a 500 pound general purpose iron bomb fitted with a laser seeker head and mechanical control surfaces. These allow the weapon to guide on laser energy reflected from a target. Over 4,400 GBU-12s were dropped during Operation Desert Storm by US Air Force F-15Es and F-111Fs and