Sergeant Guided Missile System of United States Army in United States.
United States USA Date:1965 Duration:3 min 59 sec Sound:Yes
Launcher and crew in truck arrive in field. Soldiers get down from truck and operate an 8.5 ton launch station. The 3 hydraulic jacks are maneuvered to ground. A soldier sits on beam of launcher. The launcher is raised hydraulically. Missile assembly arrives in a truck. The sergeant guidance system and motor are locked and hunched under the launcher beam by 4 bolts. The nuclear war head, electronic arming and firing section are set. A soldier sits in the firing set enclosure. He checks the missile by pushing knobs. The soldier locks structures on launcher and gets down. A soldier looks in telescope. He gets down. Two soldiers sit near a remote at a distance from the missile. The missile elevates and turns. Missile is fired. Missile leaves the launcher.
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