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interpretative history of the Pacific Missile Test Center

Maxwell White

interpretative history of the Pacific Missile Test Center

the genesis, road to Point Mugu, 1936-1946

by Maxwell White

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Published by The Center in Point Mugu, Calif .
Written in English

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  • U.S. Naval Pacific Missile Test Center -- History

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    Other titlesGenesis, road to Point Mugu, 1936-1946
    Statement[prepared by Maxwell White]
    ContributionsU.S. Naval Pacific Missile Test Center
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13614260M

    Lewis Burwell “Chesty” Puller was born on 26 June , in West Point, Va. After entering the Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va., in , Puller dropped out in August to join the U.S. Marine Corps and fight in Europe. However, World War I ended three months later, before the eager young officer could enter combat. Puller would go on to serve for 37 years, including combat. The book is, as the title indicates, a technical history-at times, indeed, it is a very technical history. As the introduction acknowledges, this vol-ume is likely to be of greatest interest to the employees and alumni of the test center itself, but it also could become a standard reference work for curators and weapons buffs everywhere.

    I was Steve's Commanding Officer of the Navy EOD Detachment at the US Navy Pacific Missile Test Center in Point Mugu, California. Steve was assigned to my EOD Detachment as a support diver. This was his first assignment to a Diving billet after graduating from the . History Specifications Bureau Numbers Walk-Around Squadrons Photos Books Memorabilia Other Topics: Grumman A/C EXTRA A/C Photos Links Guestbook Credits The Author. F Photo Gallery Naval Missile Center Pacific Missile Test Center Naval Aircraft Weapons Center Naval Weapons Test Center .

    Lt. Jeffery D. Stanley was missing after his A-4C BuNo collided mid-air with a F-4 Phantom over the Pacific, 35 miles from San Diego while enroute from Miramar to the Pacific Missile Test Center. F-4 Phantom pilot Lt. Russel Owen and RIO CWO Richmond Staples were rescued. This book covers the history and different aircraft versions of all US Navy squadrons and units that evaluated, operated and flew the F-4 Phantom. VC-7, VX-4, VX-5, Naval Air Weapons Station Point Mugu, Naval Missile Center (NMC), Pacific Missile Test Center (PMTC), Naval Weapons Test Squadron (NWTS-PM), VX, National Parachute Test.


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