Missiles

Missiles are a self-propelled guided weapon system. Missiles have four system components: targeting and/or guidance, flight system, engine, and warhead. Missiles come in types adapted for different purposes: surface-to-surface and air-to-surface (ballistic, cruise, anti-ship, anti-tank), surface-to-air (anti-aircraft and anti-ballistic), air-to-air, and anti-satellite missiles.
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Yes. The nuclear arsenal of the United States is made so that it must be refurbished every three months or the nuclear warheads will not work. This is done by design so that if a weapon ever comes up missing, after a short time it will become just a large semi-radioactive paperweight. Other than...
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All of these missiles are different sizes, and carry different payloads.
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The dragon is being phased out in favor of the newer javlin missle but still remains the inventory of both the us army and marines . It is also used by the netherlands.
From 1943 onwards, Nazi Germany used the MCLOS (Manual Command To Line-Of-Sight) guided "Fritz X" anti-ship and "Wasserfall" antiaircraft guided missiles.
Like all ballistic missiles, the old Polaris missiles and the current Trident missiles use internal gyros for stability in flight.
While some believe that the September 11 attacks were perpetrated by the United States government, concrete evidence to the contrary exists, such as the flight pattern made by the plane before the attack, flight speed, and thousands of public and private video sources. Reliable sources, including a...
They both derive from the Latin "mittere" meaning "to send".
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The Stinger missile locks onto a heat source for it's targeting... whether this sensor is capable of locking onto human body heat, I cannot say. However, it would be a very poor choice for use against armoured vehicles, as the warhead is designed to detonate near the target and use fragmentation to...
Guns are good for close work, guided missiles are good for long range targets.
To kill people and destroy equipment.
It started with the Soviets setting up launch bases, in Cuba, that could hold Inter-Mediate Ballistic Missiles (IRBM). After a lot of laws and failed missions, the Soviets decided that they will remove the missiles from Cuba, if the US would remove the missiles from Turkey, and around Europe.
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Missiles were sent to Cuba from the USSR to make fear for the US, but never to actually fire the missiles.
the V1: The V1 flying bomb also know as the doodle bug, buzz bomb and V1 rocket, was a missile driven by a pulse jet engine was used by the Germans in world war 2 to bomb England to get ready for the invasion of Britain (operation sea lion) which later was called off, it used a gyroscope...
The Soviet Union (USSR) attempted to do so but did not.
Supporters of each country would claim their own were. Let us hope it is never put to the test
War Games Missile Computerization . Human operators were proven to be unreliable. In tests, 22% of the human missile silo officers either froze up or refused to launch when they believed that they might possibly kill 20 million people with a flick of a switch.
Do you mean missiles shipment to Cuba? Its the same as the USA today does with its missile installations on the Russian border. "For defense" ;-) It was because Cuba was attacked by airplanes and landing trops of US-led exile Cubans, i.e. the former Cuban dictator regime. Search for pig beach...
The Seeker Missiles are obtained in Xenoresearch Lab on Eastern Skytown, Elysia. To reach the Xenoresearch Lab, the player must reach the part where they obtain the Screw Attack (which can be obtained on Bryyo Ice). At the end of the Xenoresearch Lab, there will be a room with a container with the...
No. Cuba itself never had nuclear missiles although the USSR set up nuclear missile launch sites in Cuba.
Russia placed missiles in Cuba during the cold war to provide counter attack if the USA. made a attack. The missiles were eventually moved out of Cuba when JFK won a debate between Fidel Castro, JFK, and Nikita Khrushchev. because the U.S. already has missiles in turkey The Soviet missiles were...
in responce to the bay of pigs and to other confrontations between the unites states and the soviet union, the soviet union began to ship arms to cuna in the summer of 1962.
This really depends on a number of factors, such as the yield of the weapon, the detonation altitude, and the terrain.
Very much so in many ways. Time is measured to determine distance traveled and fuel on board. The GPS system uses time to determine the position of the target. Time is absolutely vital.
The Germans developed pilot-less rockets that were designed to bombEngland. He called these his Vengence Weapons and designatedthem as V-1 and V-2. V-1 was a small flying bomb that had wings anda tail and was powered by a ram-jet engine. It was launched off along ramp in order to accelerate it...
For the same reason the USSR government wanted the US missiles inTurkey removed. They were seen as a threat and a provocation. Both the US and USSR got the missiles removed that they wantedremoved (but the US wanted to pretend removing the missiles inTurkey had no connection to removing the...
Answer. They used unguided rockets. Basically a rocket that fired in the direction it was pointed. Aircraft like the US Navy Corsair and the British Typhoon used rockets for ground attacks.. The Germans developed a guided bomb that they could control it as it fell on the target. The bomb was called...
It could be either one depending on the device used in the weapon. Some bombs and missile warheads were the same device and thus had the same yield.
Approximately 190 US jets were shot down by N. Viet SAMs during the war. 110 USAF & 80 USN and/or USMC. 194 SAMs were fired in 1965, shooting down 11 jets 1,966 SAMs fired in 1966, downing 31 jets 3,202 SAMs fired in 1967, 96 US jets brought down 1968, the end of ROLLING THUNDER; 322 SAMs launched...
The Soviet and Cuban governments built missile bases in Cuba for medium range and intermediate-range ballistic nuclear missiles (MRBMs and IRBMs) during the Cold War.
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Yellow squares on two two diagonally opposite corners on the case and yellow data markings are found on the container of a Stinger missile that contains a live round.
The gap was entirely perceived. CIA figures reported a clear US advantage in the number of missiles; padded figures were presented to the public during the Cold War so that further development and expenditure would be allowed.
Answer . they have stages because when each stage burns up all its fuel, the stage is ejected thus making the rocket lighter so it can travel further and/or higher.
it looks like a missile, and it blows stuff up!
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Answer That Question is too vague. There are many, many modern jets that fire missiles.. Not only are many modern jet aircraft designed to fire missiles, any modern jet aircraft with standard underwing pod hard points (commonly used for mounting bomb pods) can mount missile pods on those hard...
The missiles could strike US cities from Cuba, which is less than 100 miles away.
No - ABM weapons are either high-energy weapons (particle beams or lasers), or high velocity intercept missiles that use radar tracking from several sources to lock on and intercept a ballistic missile in-flight, before it can separate its warheads.
The ball became a missile aimed right at my neighbor's window.
Amerca, rusia and china all have missiles with range exceeding 15000 kms thah is to cover whole globe. range more than tis is not required
Nothing. Nothing at all. Just look at the modern equivalent: the USA's "missile shield" in Europe.
About $70,000.00 each. . According to this link they are $58,000.00 each. . http://www.redstone.army.mil/history/systems/HELLFIRE.html
No. The "documentary" was parodying the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962.
There ar two answers to this question. The one I can give you is that a microcontroller in any machine like a cruise missile needs to steer its way from where it is launched to where it is supposed to hit a target. The answer I cannot give involves the details on how that steering is done. . Modern...
nuclear bomb missiles. soviets had few and unreliable icbms. krushiev installed medium range ballisstics missiles in cuba. unknown to us was the readiness of tactical [battlefield] nuclear weapons also in cuba. an american invasion would have been met with disaster.
The first moon landing rocket that brought humans to the moon was Apollo 11, with all the flights before like Apollo 10, including the Gemini and Mercury Projects being test flights leading up to this one. The rocket was able to successfully land Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon and bring...
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There are 49 Missile Expansions. 50 if you count the original Rocket upgrade. Samus has a maximum carrying capacity of 250 missiles.
NASA is an imoirtant part of Houston, but it is not a launch site.
The Cuban missile crisis was resolved by the USSR agreeing to remove its missiles from Cuba and the United States agreeing to remove its missiles from Turkey.
No missiles were used in the Cuban missile crisis. No one fired a one. It was caused by the fact that the Soviet Union had missiles in Cuba aimed toward the United States that caused the crisis.
The AIM 9 Sidewinder has been in use for a number of years, and has been through several model changes that include different fusing systems. While MOST of that information is classified, we can say that some of the missles have an infrared target detection system that will detonate the warhead at a...
You likely mean to limitation and disarmament of nuclear weapons. This would be the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).
The word comes from the Latin word mittere meaning to send
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Select the unit and go to the missile deployment section on the top part of the central panel. You can load/unload missiles there.
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They could be radar guided, they could be guided by a seeker unit which locks onto heat signatures, they could actually be unguided weapons whose only 'guidance' is programming which is done prior to launch, they could be guided by GPS navigation, they could be command guided by wire (such as MCLOS...
Because the missles that were in Cuba were only 90 miles for Florida and could get to Florida in seconds and all the U.S. in minutes.