Quonset Air Museum - Nike Missile
Bill Maloney

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Nike Missile Specifications:

Nike Missiles at other Aviation Museums in the Northeast
Nike Missile Nike Missile
Nike Missile at the AAF Tank Museum in Danville, VA Nike Missile at the American Air Power Museum in Farmingdale, NY
Nike Hercules Missile Nike Missile
A Nike Hercules missile at the Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park in Buffalo, NY Nike Missile at the US Army Ordnance Museum in Aberdeen, MD

Length: 41 Feet
11 Feet 5 inches
Speed: 2,730mph
Range: 86 miles
 1,000lb HE Fragmentation Warhead or up to 42 Kiloton Yield Nuclear Warhead. High explosive warheads would have been used against single bombers. Nuclear warheads would have been used against multiple bombers.
Entered Service: 1958
Unit Cost: $55,000

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