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A-4b range and glide angle

robunos

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Does anyone know by how much the range of the winged A-4b was meant to be increased over the standard A-4?
Also, what was the glide angle of the A-4b intended to be?

TIA,

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Robin.
 

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Excellent, gentlemen, another mystery solved for me! ;D

Justo, what is the source for 'Escanear04' ? i'm sure i've seen that somewhere before, not being able to find it prompted this question in the first place.

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Source:
"Rocket and guided missiles" by John Humphries
London Ernest Benn Limited 1957
 

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Source:
"Rocket and guided missiles" by John Humphries
London Ernest Benn Limited 1957

thanks for that, but i've seen that diagram somewhere else, but where?...

cheers,
Robin.
 
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