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  • TomcatViP
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    Douglas Havoc's Rocket Assisted Takeoff (1942):

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  • Gerard
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  • Cherry Ripe
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    AGM-65 from BGM-34 from DC-130

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-4Y5dXsT7c

    Firebees also launched HOBOS, Snake Eye and AGM-45.
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  • Gerard
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    I got one too

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  • Gerard
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    Originally posted by Cherry Ripe View Post
    Landing-gear still cycling and AMX reversed left-right would seem to suggest so Wonder why he didn't just mirror-flip the missiles?

    Bonus Internet Points to anyone who can find a photo of an AMX firing anything, they seem shy.
    The original photo is on the AMX website @ Wikipedia.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AMX_In..._-_Lofting.jpg

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  • MSphere
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    Originally posted by Cherry Ripe View Post
    Bonus Internet Points to anyone who can find a photo of an AMX firing anything, they seem shy.

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  • Cherry Ripe
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    Originally posted by Gerard View Post
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    photoshop ???
    Landing-gear still cycling and AMX reversed left-right would seem to suggest so Wonder why he didn't just mirror-flip the missiles?

    Bonus Internet Points to anyone who can find a photo of an AMX firing anything, they seem shy.
    Last edited by Cherry Ripe; 30th January 2017, 20:27.

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  • Freehand
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    Yes. AFAIK, the AMX cannot launch AIM-7s

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  • Gerard
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    photoshop ???

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  • Cherry Ripe
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    Went to war in Vietnam in 1966! M22 armament system with six AGM-22 missiles ( Nord SS.11 ). Like the British with Milan in the Falklands, the US Army primarily used it for bunker-busting and anti-sniping.

    On a similar scale, here's a Bofors Bantam launch from SAAB Supporter.
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  • Gerard
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    lots of red glare but no rockets, just gunfire by this Belarus Frogfoot.

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  • Cherry Ripe
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    AS.30, interesting shot. Only served with the Marineflieger until the late 1970s short time before being replaced by Kormoran ( which itself was derived from another Nord project, AS.34 ).

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  • TomcatViP
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    what a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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