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Missile "A"

     This was a vehicle used to test components for missiles to replace the Honest John, Little John and Lacrosse. That next generation of missiles had to be transportable by helicopter and usable in airborne operations. Other generic missiles were also used to test components. Missile "C" was supposed to replace the Sergeant and Missile "D" became the Pershing. U.S. Army

  • Length: 16 feet
  • Diameter: 12.5 inches
  • Weight: 887 pounds
  • Propellant: Solid
  • First Fired: 1960