Dropping of an Azon bomb from a B-14 Liberator in the United States.
United States USA Date:1944 Duration:1 min 55 sec Sound:Yes
A review of research and development in guided missiles by the United States Air Force from 1919 to 1948. A GB-7 missile crashes in a scrubby wooded area. A GB-7 missile is assembled in a work laboratory. Men remove the protective cover from the nose section of the radar unit. A technician starts operating the radar unit in the nose section of the missile. The radar unit in operation. A radio control unit is mounted on the tail assembly of the bomb. Demonstration of the small stick control radio unit and control sections of the Azon bomb. A B -24 Liberator in flight drops a single Azon bomb. The bomb hits a bridge across a river. Multi drop of Azon bombs shows many smoke trails left by flares attached to the tail section of the bomb. The bombs drop on parallel course with a road leading through a wooden area. Razon bomb suspended from a chain hoist. Inserting a flare unit into the tail section of the Razon bomb. Two bombs are dropped at the same time. A technician works on the heat seeker section of a GB-6 free falling missile. A British Tall Boy bomb. The Tall Boy is the VB-13 bomb.
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