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B-52 Avionics Panel Nuclear Cruise Missile GAM-77A Module - FOR DISPLAY USE ONLY


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USED FAIR CONDITION unit missing F/C NO GO Light Cover Panels

The GAM-77A (Guided Air Missile), later redesignated AGM-28A Hound Dog (after the 1956 Elvis Presley hit) was a long-range, stand-off, air-to-ground strategic missile.  The function of the AGM-28 was to attack and destroy heavily fortified target areas, to reduce/minimize/negate B-52 losses, and successfully penetrate enemy air defense systems.  The Hound Dog was built with a J52 jet engine, which could produce Mach 2 performance for 350 miles at 55,000 feet. Additionally, the missile's engines could be used to augment take-off or cruise of the carrying B-52.  The heart of the AGM-28A Hound Dog was a B28 four-megaton thermonuclear bomb.  After 13 years of service, the Hound Dog was retired in 1975.  These items are flight control panels from the cockpit of a B-52 bomber. Front panel includes one pair of the following (as a Hound Dog-equipped B-52 only carried two missiles): ON/OFF Switch, "F/C NO GO" light panel (missing on one of the units), and a dual dial, graduated by 10's from 0 through 500, with the outer dial displaying 1500-1000-500-LOW-HIGH. being sold FOR DISPLAY ONLY.  No International Sales.  No sales outside continental United States.

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North American Aviation Inc.

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