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Moving X-10 Navaho Rocket Plane Out of Hangar BI211288

Moving X-10 Navaho Rocket Plane Out of Hangar BI211288

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In 1945, the Army Technical Services Command asked aeronautical corporations to design a guided missile. Consolidated Vultee proposed the MX-774, which would become the Atlas Intercontinental Ballistic Missile. North American Aviation proposed the MX-770, the Navaho - a 500-mile-range missile with greater accuracy than the German-built V-2. Although the Air Force canceled the Navaho program in 1957, in its 10 years of existence, the Navaho made many key technological breakthroughs. The X-10 Navaho test drone was the first turbojet-powered vehicle to reach Mach 2 and the first aircraft to fly a complete mission under inertial (computerized) guidance. Its booster engine set a record by producing 405,000 pounds of thrust. The X-10 was the only missile to be classified as an X plane and completed more than 20 flights. Photographic Prints are printed on high gloss, heavy photographic paper using the finest Canon archival inks.

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