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Overview

The Carolinas Aviation Museum strives to collect ordinance and missiles which are relevant to aviation in the Carolinas. Typically this would include artifacts used in aircraft which have been flown in the Carolinas. Our collection also includes ordinance and missiles which are historically significant and relevant to the development of aviation in general.

(Photo: Museum members restoring Museum's United States Navy Regulus Cruise Missile)

 

 

 

Douglas Aircraft Honest John MGR1B Missile Serial #?

Early United States Army Tactical Nuclear Missile - Mounted on XM33 trailer Serial #21

 

Douglas Aircraft Honest John MGR1B Missile Serial #??

Early United States Army Tactical Nuclear Missile - Mounted on XM465 trailer Serial # 54

 

Martin Aircraft TM-61C Matador Missile Serial #??

Early United States Air Force Tactical Missile

 

Chance-Vought 1956 SSM-N-8 Regulus 1 Cruise Missile Serial 67195

Early United States Navy Cruise Missile

 

Hughes Aircraft 1956 AIM-54 Phoenix Missile

United States Navy Air-to-Air Radar-Guided Missile for F-14 Tomcat Jet Fighter

 

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