Launching of United States Navy cruise missile Regulus from United States Navy submarine USS Tunny in California, United States. Regulus missile on a trailer arrives at the U.S. Naval Advance Base Depot at Port Hueneme in California. The missile men take over as they work to install J2 booster bottles. The men work on the boosters as they try to align it in relation to the center of gravity of the Regulus missile A sighting target being installed underneath the belly of the missile. A missile man assembles a sight and mounts it on the nozzle of the booster. The crew Chief sights through alignment jacque. Regulus being loaded aboard with the aid of a crane. Regulus missile being lowered aboard a loading tray and then onto the launcher. The men fold the tail pin of the Regulus. In a hangar, the missile being swung to an inverted position to check for loose connections, if any.
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