Bloodhound Missiles at RAF Abingdon,1968



26th Tactical Missile Squadron. Otis Air Force Base Bomarc-B missile 30 april 1970
41 Squadron reformed as a Bloodhound surface-to-air missile unit at RAF West Raynham in September 1965. Changes to the Bloodhound squadrons saw No 41 disbanded as a Bloodhound unit in September 1970.
1962 ... 1 megaton warhead on Atlas. Why does it have to be so phallic..
1981 space shuttle columbia Space Shuttle Columbia (STS-1) launch from Launch Complex 39A, Kennedy
1981 Space Shuttle mission, first orbital flight of the Shuttle Columbia
1985 Then-speaker of the Iranian Majlis Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani leads a high-level delegation to Libya, Syria, North Korea, and China, reportedly to acquire missiles.
A 63-foot tall, 5-ton Redstone rocket was displayed at Grand Central Terminal in 1957.
A Nike Ajax missile battery, 1955.
A Nike Zeus B missile is launched from the Pacific Missile Range at Point Mugu on 7 March 1962. This was the ninth launch of a Zeus from the Pt. Mugu site, today known as Naval Base Ventura County.
A right side view of two vehicle-mounted Soviet R-14 missiles (SS-5 Skean) IRBMs (1977).
A UGM-96 Trident I clears the water after launch from a US Navy submarine in 1984
Above is Atlas 102D which was launched from Vandenberg on March 10, 1963. Unfortunately, it performed a 340-degree loop and exploded.
An Atlas D is being deactivated, probably late 1964 or early 1965 (549th SMS, Offutt AFB), somewhere in Nebraska.
An early Atlas ICBM being launched c.1952
Apollo 7 liftoff from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Launch Complex 34 on October 11, 1968
Apollo 15 begins its journey to the Moon, July 26, 1971. (NASA)
Arrow 2 launch in February 1996.
Atlas-Agena launch of Ranger IV Moon Probe 23 April 1962
Ballistic missile from the hangar before launch. Secret German ballistic missile production plant Peenemünde. 1944
Bloodhound Missiles at RAF Abingdon,1968
Columbia preparing for launch for STS-109 to repair the Hubble Space telescope. This was the final successful mission of Columbia before STS-107.1972
Dawn breaks as the ASTP Saturn IB launch vehicle undergoes the Countdown Demonstration Test July 2, 1975.
Delta II was an expendable launch system, originally designed and built by McDonnell Douglas. Delta II was part of the Delta rocket family and entered service in 1989.
Ein Shemer Airfield is an Israeli army airport in northern Israel. Before 1948 it was operated by the British Royal Air Force as RAF Ein Shemer.
En Peacekeeper avfyras från Vandenberg Air Force Base i Kalifornien 1986
Final check of Model 601 prior to launching at Holloman Air Force Base, c. 1949.
First TITAN 34D Launch Vehicle at Complex 40 - 1980
He United States Army's Nike Ajax was the world's first operational surface-to-air missile (SAM),[1] entering service in 1954.
Initially code-named Red Duster, development of the Bloodhound surface-to-air missile began in 1949 as a joint project between Bristol Aircraft and Ferranti Electronics. In 1952
Launch of the Gemini 2 spacecraft. 19 January 1965
Lunar Probe III , Nov 8 1958 Supposed to carry instruments to the moon but last booster failed
Nike Hercules missile, White Sands, New Mexico, circa 1957
On June 27, 1995, the Space Shuttle Orbiter Atlantis (STS-71) took off from Kennedy Space Center for what would be a nine day, 19 hour mission.
Polaris missile launch from HMS Revenge (S27) 1983
RAF Laarbruch 1975
Saturn V (circa 1969) encased by work platforms inside of the Vehicle Assembly Building at Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center, Florida
Soviet N-1 Manned Lunar Launch Vehicle on first full configuration lift off February 23, 1969. N-1 Nosityel Odin Carrier One
Soviet R-36 (NATO SS-9 Scarp) ICBM. Designed in 1962 by Mikhail Yangel, and first deployed in 1966, this was the first missile to carry MIRVs.
Soviet-R-12-nuclear-ballistic missile.1962
Space shuttle Challenger makes a surrealistic impression as it moves through the fog on its way down the 3.5-mile crawlerway en route to Launch Pad 39A on Nov. 30, 1982.
Surface-to-air The base would have house Nike missiles, designed to shoot down bomber planes and ICBMs. Pictured is an array of them in 1958
Survivor recalls 1965 Titan II missile silo fire that killed 53
The 363-foot tall Apollo 15 Saturn V is launched from Pad A, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center, Florida, at 9 34 00.79 a.m., July 26, 1971, on a lunar landi...
The Air Force awarded Convair a contract in September 1951 to begin design of a ballistic missile. Air Force officials awarded a con....
The BOMARC launch complex on Category Fort Dix became operational on 1 September 1959 with 3 IM-99A missiles (24 by 1 January)[1] and was the site of the 7 June 1960 nuclear accident in Launcher Shel
The launch of Apollo 10 on Saturn V AS-505, May 18, 1969
The Martin Mace (designated as TM-76A and TM-76B tactical missile until 1963
The Martin Marietta SM-68A HGM-25A Titan I was the United States first multistage intercontinental ballistic missile in use from 1959 until 1965
The Space Shuttle Columbia is lifted off the launch pad at Cape Canaveral, making the first flight of this reusable spacecraft, at Kennedy Space Center, Fla., Sunday, April 12, 1981
The TIROS 1 satellite launched from LC-17A by Thor 148 Able 2 on 1 April 1960.
The Titan IIIE or Titan 3E, also known as the Titan III-Centaur, was an American expendable launch system. Launched seven times between 1974 and 1977
This Titan I Intercontinental Ballistic Missile landed at California Polytechnic College in San Luis Obispo, California, early 1969
This week in history – March 12, 1965 Last Atlas D ICBM test-fired
Thor Delta with Ariel 1 (Apr. 26, 1962)
Thor missile test. Cape Canaveral, May 12, 1959.
Titan I missile emerges from its silo at Vandenberg Operational System Test Facility in 1960
Titan IIIE Centaur 1977
Titan Missile 1964 Nlaunching A Titan Intercontinental Ballistic Missile At Vandenberg Air Force Base California 1964
USAF Martin XB-61 MATADOR Pilotless Bomber 1951
When space travel was black & white - Mercury-Atlas Launch 1961
With the Delta 241 investigation complete, McDonnell Douglas returned Delta 2 to service less than four months after the failure on May 5, 1997

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