The composition of the Titan I missile operational squadron in Command Guidance system in the United States.
United States USA Date:1962, June 1 Duration:4 min 3 sec Sound:Yes
Command Guidance system for the Titan I missile in the United States. The composition of the Titan I missile operational squadron which consists of : three extensive underground launch complexes which are composed of three missile launchers and two antenna silos for the guidance radars. Concrete doors which open before launch. Cylindrical elevator platform lifts up the antennas. The three uplocks locks the position of the antennas. The uninterrupted performance of the antennas is insured by the provision of stand by antennas. During the check out operation the missile borne guided equipment is connected with the missile test set. The test set issues commands,measures performance and check proper response. Animation depicts: the concept of handover technique in which any complex can guide its missile to the alternate complex. The acquisition path is explained using animation.
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