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The '''LTV-N-4''' was an [[United States|American]] experimental rocket, developed by the [[Naval Ordnance Test Station]] for the development and testing of large solid-fueled rocket boosters for [[ramjet]]-powered missiles. Described as "more powerful than the [[V-2]]", a number of test flights were conducted during 1949.<ref name="DS">Parsch 2003</ref><ref>Bowman 1957, p.149.</ref>
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The '''LTV-N-4''' was an [[United States|American]] experimental rocket, developed by the [[Naval Ordnance Test Station]] for the development and testing of large solid-fueled rocket boosters for ramjet-powered missiles. Described as "more powerful than the [[V-2]]", a number of test flights were conducted during 1949.<ref name="DS">Parsch 2003</ref><ref>Bowman 1957, p.149.</ref>
   
 
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Latest revision as of 01:01, 12 July 2014

LTV-N-4
Type Experimental rocket
Place of origin  United States
Service history
In service 1949
Used by United States Navy
Production history
Designer Naval Ordnance Test Station
Specifications
Length 15 feet (4.6 m)

Engine Solid-fuel rocket

The LTV-N-4 was an American experimental rocket, developed by the Naval Ordnance Test Station for the development and testing of large solid-fueled rocket boosters for ramjet-powered missiles. Described as "more powerful than the V-2", a number of test flights were conducted during 1949.[1][2]

References[]

Citations
  1. Parsch 2003
  2. Bowman 1957, p.149.
Bibliography

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