These Missiles Won’t Miss (Sep, 1947)

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These Missiles Won’t Miss

MISSILES that lunge across the sky faster than the eye can follow— that turn and dive and adjust their courses unerringly toward the target— are being developed by the Naval Air Modification Unit, Johnsville, Pa., under the command of Rear Admiral D. Royce, USN. Accompanying these eerie, remotely controlled flights is a passenger that’s almost human—a camera recovery unit that not only makes a photographic record of flight instruments but releases itself pyrotechnically, parachutes to the water, opens a float and spreads dye to mark its position.

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