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Missile Collection

Background imageMissile Collection: Bristol Bloodhound surface-to-air guided missiles

Bristol Bloodhound surface-to-air guided missiles

Background imageMissile Collection: The Arrival of the First Thor Ballistic Missile to RAF Bom

The Arrival of the First Thor Ballistic Missile to RAF Bom
Photograph of the delivery of first Thor Ballistic Missile to an RAF Base in Norfolk, 19th September 1958. Sixty-five feet long

Background imageMissile Collection: Bristol Bloodhound surface-to-air guided missiles

Bristol Bloodhound surface-to-air guided missiles at RAF Station, Woolfox Lodge

Background imageMissile Collection: A Thor missile is loaded into a Douglas C-124 Globemaster II

A Thor missile is loaded into a Douglas C-124 Globemaster II for transport to the UK

Background imageMissile Collection: Northrop T-38A-10-NO Talon 58-1194

Northrop T-38A-10-NO Talon 58-1194, Buzz Number TF-194. The first production aircraft, with the rear cockpit canopy blanked off for flight testing

Background imageMissile Collection: Chrysler Jupiter-C sounding rocket at Cape Canaveral

Chrysler Jupiter-C sounding rocket at Cape Canaveral on 8 August 1957 prior to the third and final sub-orbital test of a re-entry nose cone

Background imageMissile Collection: Vickers(ja) Wild Goose missile on a rail trolley

Vickers(ja) Wild Goose missile on a rail trolley

Background imageMissile Collection: The UK Prime Minister, the Rt Hon Harold Macmillan, insp?

The UK Prime Minister, the Rt Hon Harold Macmillan, insp?
The UK Prime Minister, the Rt Hon Harold Macmillan, inspects a de Havilland Firestreak air-to-air missile on Gloster Javelin F(AW)7, XH900, as the pilot, Flt Lt Ian Keppie, looks on at Cottesmore

Background imageMissile Collection: Blue Streak at Woomera

Blue Streak at Woomera

Background imageMissile Collection: Wg Cdr R D Romanis gives Queen Elizabeth II a tour

Wg Cdr R D Romanis gives Queen Elizabeth II a tour
Wg Cdr R.D. Romanis shows Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh a de Havilland Firestreak infra-red, air-to-air guided missile on Gloster Javelin F(AW) 2, XA633. 1957. Date: 1957

Background imageMissile Collection: A Thor IRBM is launched from Air Force Missile Test Centre

A Thor IRBM is launched from Air Force Missile Test Centre
A Thor IRBM is launched from the Air Force Missile Test Center, Patrick AFB, Florida, USA

Background imageMissile Collection: The first Thor missile for the RAF at Feltwell Norfolk

The first Thor missile for the RAF at Feltwell Norfolk
The first Thor missile for the RAF at Feltwell, Norfolk, on 19 September 1958

Background imageMissile Collection: Douglas NA-3A Skywarrior 135609

Douglas NA-3A Skywarrior 135609
United States Navy - Douglas NA-3A Skywarrior 135609 (MSN 10302), of the Pacific Missile Test Center (PMTC) at Point Mugu in October 1971. Date: 1971

Background imageMissile Collection: MAZ-547A/MAZ-7916 Transporter Erector Launcher - SS-20 IRBM

MAZ-547A/MAZ-7916 Transporter Erector Launcher - SS-20 IRBM
A MAZ-547A/MAZ-7916 Transporter Erector Launcher (TEL) for the 'RSD-10 Pioneer' Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile (IRBM), given the NATO reporting name 'SS-20 Saber'

Background imageMissile Collection: Douglas RA-3B Skywarrior 138938

Douglas RA-3B Skywarrior 138938
United States Navy - Douglas RA-3B Skywarrior 138938, of NMC at Point Mugu NAS in October 1975. Date: 1975

Background imageMissile Collection: Sud-Aviaton SO.4050 Vautour IIN 348 - F-AZHP

Sud-Aviaton SO.4050 Vautour IIN 348 - F-AZHP
Armee de l'Air - Sud-Aviaton SO.4050 Vautour IIN 348 / F-AZHP (msn 348), operated by CEV (Centre d'Essais en Vol) for radar and missile trials. (Armee de l'Air - French Air Force). Date: circa 2005

Background imageMissile Collection: Armstrong Whitworth Sea Slug

Armstrong Whitworth Sea Slug, surface-to-air missile at the SBAC Farnborough airshow on 6 September 1958. Date: 1958

Background imageMissile Collection: A-4 ballistic missile (aka V-2)

A-4 ballistic missile (aka V-2) on gate guard duties at the US Army Anti-Aircraft & Guided Missile Centre, on Fort Bliss, TX. Date: circa 1955

Background imageMissile Collection: WW II - range of bombs, ordnance dropped by RAF

WW II - range of bombs, ordnance dropped by RAF
Vintage World War II photograph - range of bombs ordnance dropped by bombers of the RAF

Background imageMissile Collection: Bristol Bloodhound surface-to-air guided missile

Bristol Bloodhound surface-to-air guided missile at Farnborough in 1957. Date: 1957

Background imageMissile Collection: Avro Vulcan B. 2 XL318

Avro Vulcan B. 2 XL318
Royal Air Force - Avro Vulcan B.2 XL318, of No.617 (Dambusters) Squadron, with an inert Blue Steel missile, at Andrews Air Force Base

Background imageMissile Collection: Radioplane OQ-19D

Radioplane OQ-19D aerial target. The OQ-19 was a low-speed target used for gun and missile anti-aircraft training. Radioplane, a division of the Northrop Corporation

Background imageMissile Collection: Iowa Air National Guard - Northrop F-89J Scorpion O-32662

Iowa Air National Guard - Northrop F-89J Scorpion O-32662
Iowa Air National Guard - Northrop F-89J Scorpion 53-(O-3)2662 (O for obsolete, not a number), of the 124th Fighter Interceptor Squadron

Background imageMissile Collection: United States Air Force Martin MGM-13 Mace 60-6726

United States Air Force Martin MGM-13 Mace 60-6726, tactical surface to surface missile. The Mace was to be armed with a nuclear warhead and was deployed in West Germany, South Korea and on Okinawa

Background imageMissile Collection: V-2 Rocket A-4

V-2 Rocket A-4
V-2 Rocket on a Low-Loader Truck in the Streets in London Date: 1945

Background imageMissile Collection: de Havilland Blue Streak

de Havilland Blue Streak
De Havilland Blue Streak Medium-Range Ballistic Missile Being Lowered, in Its Launcher-Frame, Onto a Low-Loader Truck Date: 1950s

Background imageMissile Collection: Fieseler Fi-103 V-1

Fieseler Fi-103 V-1 Doodlebugs in a Row Date: 1945

Background imageMissile Collection: Sikorsky HUS-1 Seahorse with Bullpup air-to-surface missile

Sikorsky HUS-1 Seahorse with Bullpup air-to-surface missile
Sikorsky HUS-1 Seahorse, 145762, carrying a Bullpup air-to-surface guided missile

Background imageMissile Collection: The 32nd Guided Weapons Regiment of the Royal Artillery?

The 32nd Guided Weapons Regiment of the Royal Artillery?
The 32nd Guided Weapons Regiment of the Royal Artillery at Ty Croes, North Wales, working on the English Electric Thunderbird surface-to-air guided missile

Background imageMissile Collection: An English Electric Thunderbird surface-to-air guided missil

An English Electric Thunderbird surface-to-air guided missile being transferred from the launcher-loading trolley to the launcher, September 1958. Date: 1958

Background imageMissile Collection: English Electric Thunderbird guided missile system

English Electric Thunderbird guided missile system
English Electric Thunderbird surface-to-air guided missile system, March 1958. Date: 1958

Background imageMissile Collection: Blue Streak in LT Tower - Hawker Siddeley Dynamics? factory

Blue Streak in LT Tower - Hawker Siddeley Dynamics? factory
Blue Streak in the LT Tower at Hawker Siddeley Dynamics? factory at Hatfield

Background imageMissile Collection: Blue Streak test rig installation at Hatfield, c1958

Blue Streak test rig installation at Hatfield, c1958
Blue Streak test rig installation at Hatfield, circa 1958. Date: circa 1958

Background imageMissile Collection: An almost complete Blue Streak at Stevenage, c1964

An almost complete Blue Streak at Stevenage, c1964
An almost complete Blue Streak at Stevenage, circa 1964. Date: circa 1964

Background imageMissile Collection: Blue Streak assembly line at de Havilland?s factory

Blue Streak assembly line at de Havilland?s factory at Stevenage, 16 August 1961. Date: 1961

Background imageMissile Collection: Complete Blue Streak electrical mock-up

Complete Blue Streak electrical mock-up for circuit testing at Stevenage, circa 1964. Date: circa 1964

Background imageMissile Collection: Bristol Bloodhound guided missile unveiled at Filton

Bristol Bloodhound guided missile unveiled at Filton
Bristol Bloodhound surface-to-air guided missile was unveiled at Filton on 20 August 1957. Date: 1957

Background imageMissile Collection: WW2 - German V2 Rocket captured

WW2 - German V2 Rocket captured - October 1945. Date: 1945

Background imageMissile Collection: Armstrong Whitworth Sea Slug

Armstrong Whitworth Sea Slug, surface-to-air missile at the SBAC Farnborough airshow on 6 September 1958. Date: 1958

Background imageMissile Collection: Martin B-61A Matador

Martin B-61A Matador
United States Air Force - Martin B-61A Matador. A de-activated missile mounted on a transit trailer for exhibition purposes. Date: circa 1960

Background imageMissile Collection: Boeing CIM-10 BoMARC

Boeing CIM-10 BoMARC (Boeing Michigan Aeronautical Research Center) interceptor missile on display at the USAF Museum, Wright-Patterson Air base. Date: circa 1975

Background imageMissile Collection: Martin MGM-13 Mace 56-726

Martin MGM-13 Mace 56-726
United States Air Force - Martin MGM-13 Mace 56-726, a ground-launched cruise missile, at an air-show in the United States. Date: circa 1961

Background imageMissile Collection: Ballista. Engraving. Museo Militar, 1883. Later colouration

Ballista. Engraving. Museo Militar, 1883. Later colouration
Ancient Age. Ballista or bolt thrower, ancient missile weapon. Engraving. Museo Militar, 1883. Later colouration. Date: 2019

Background imageMissile Collection: North American F-86H Sabre 52-5737

North American F-86H Sabre 52-5737
North American F-86H-5-NH Sabre 52-5737 (MSN 187-159), on display at Florence Air and Missile Museum. Date: circa 1985

Background imageMissile Collection: Douglas BTD-1 Destroyer 04959

Douglas BTD-1 Destroyer 04959 (MSN 1891), on display at Florence Air and Missile Museum. Date: circa 1985

Background imageMissile Collection: Sikorsky H-34A-Si Choctaw 55-4496

Sikorsky H-34A-Si Choctaw 55-4496 (MSN 58509), on display at Florence Air and Missile Museum. Date: circa 1985

Background imageMissile Collection: Sikorsky HO4S-1 125506

Sikorsky HO4S-1 125506 (MSN 55006), on display at Florence Air and Missile Museum. Date: circa 1985

Background imageMissile Collection: Douglas F-6A Skyray 134748 & an McDonnell ADM-20 Quail

Douglas F-6A Skyray 134748 & an McDonnell ADM-20 Quail
Douglas F-6A Skyray 134748 (msn 10342), on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum



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