The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 19, 1957 · Page 5
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It « CA.U*- *iu.>o it ni, w^U-r .-p^i, Ng ^j JL ui-itj. >'or tile. n:i;Lii;r tain, 9 /Vlfssf/es In Use By US Forces (Editor 1 ! Noi«: Miiiilc d«T«lop- mtnt ii rtvoluiioniiing w*ip> onry. Th« U. S. has or U furluot* 17 working on nearly 30 mifl- liUi, tome guided and «om« unguided. The new weapons •!• named after everything from Gre*!c godi lo deiert Tattle inaketi. If you haren't be«n able lo keep Irack of them, lh« following diipateh may help). By WILLIAM GALBRAITH UP Staff Correipondent WASHINGTON — W— Th» Armed Forces have put nine different guided missiles in th« hands of combat units and are working to develop at least IS more. The robot weapons now ready for action are of comparatively short range. The highest priority now ii on efforts 10 oeac Russia in the race to perfect missiles in both the 3,00-to-5,000 mile "intercontinental" and the 1,500 mile "intermediate" range. In thi* ,the services are en- gaqed in intense competition among themselves. De-lens Department ofricia): concedr thai inter-service com- oetition causea duplication of ffort. Eut they say some duplication needed to make sur? t'.ie Jnited States gets the best mis- iles possible. Each of the missiles now in he hands of combat units is esigned to perform » differ- nt task or to cope with prob- ems peculiar to the service in- olved. Here they are: Command From Ground Army Nike-Ajax — Anti- ircraft guided missile guard- ng at least 13 major cities and our air bases in the United fates. Range is about 25 miles, an reach planes at 50,000 feet alitude. It can be "command- d" from the ground. Army Corporal — Bombard- lent weapon for battlefie'd se. Can strike targets 50 t» 00 miles distant. Can carry micleai warhead. A jam- iroof missile, supersonic lik« he Nike, the Corporal cannot >e balked once it is launched, t has been assigned to troop* n Europe. Air Force Matador — A (!M o 700-mile-an-hour surface-to- urface winged missile that lie* about 650 miles. It. Ion can deliver an atomic punch. Units are in Europe. The Mali- dor is now being replaced with a version having greater rang* and an improved guidance sys- em which resisti electronit amming. Air Force Takon — A small ;tiided missilie weighing »bout 100 pounds used against opposing aircraft. Interceptors con carry a number of these dockets under their wings. They are electronically fired and guided o the target. Navy Regulus — A naval version of the Matador which can >e carried by either iurtac» vessels or submarines. Navy Terrier — A need!* nosed supersonic missile latin- rhi-d from surface vessels to knock down attacking aircraft. It rides a radar besm to *.h« target and ii accurate to about 20 miles. Navy Sparrow — An air-to- air missile carried by aircraft to launch against enemv aircraft. Deadly at five miles. Up Tail Pip« Navy Sidewinde—The Nav- y'i newest air-io-air missile can destroy enemy bombers anywhere from sra level to 50,(WJ feet. It homfs in on the infrared rayi emined Irom tha exhaust of a jet aircraft or missile and destroys its target by slamming right up the tail pipa. Navy Petrel — A guided missile launched by patrol planes against enemy vessels. The Petrel can bft fired from well outside a ship's anti-aircraft defense, thus saving the pilot from hazards of ainti-aircraft fire. The Army's Redstone misst',8 is v\ut >tH m combat units but may bf soon. The missile, can- abie of carrying either nucle.ir or non-atomic wai heads, is be- limi'rt tr, have ucen tired about 20(1 milf-s. Succi-ssorj lo these missiles and a luu-h of new type* ant coming along faM. I Vary The Hamburger With Ihese Tricks ! ! 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