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Pershing I

     This two-stage ballistic missile was highly mobile, had a selective range capability and replaced the Redstone missile as the Army's "Sunday Punch." Testing of this nuclear capable missile at White Sands involved off range firings from Fort Wingate, N.M. and several locations in southern Utah like Green River. U.S. Army

  • Length: 35 feet
  • Diameter: 40 inches
  • Weight: 10,000 pounds
  • Propellant: Solid
  • Range: 100 - 400 miles
  • First Fired: 1963