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Document Library

 

 

This is a repository of missile documents (mostly regarding Titan I, but will include other weapon systems) that I have carefully scanned in an effort to not only preserve them, but also to provide an online research library to missile historians and anyone else with an interest in the history of US missile defense.

 

Many of the documents are from my own collection, but invaluable contributions have been made by Mr. F. Epler and others to whom I owe enormous gratitude for entrusting me with their valuable resources.

 

The impetus for this library is the freedom and preservation of information.  Much of what you find here will not be generally available and offers information not easily found in the public domain.  It is my most sincere hope that the resources provided here will be of great value and interest to anyone writing on the subject of missile history, or simply having a passing fancy on the legacies of the Cold War and its earth-shattering technological developments.

 

The documents presented here represent years of time, effort and much expense to collect, compile, restore, scan and format to make available.  I hope that the material provided here will be of great value and interest to those who lived the history, those who lived through it, and those who came later and wish to know more.

 

For now, all documents here will be provided in PDF format, for which you will need either Adobe Reader or a web browser with the appropriate plug-in installed in order to open and view the files.  The software is free and therefore I felt it was a good choice for the sake of availability.  If you need the Reader software, it can be downloaded for free here: Adobe Reader.

 

In addition, there are other applications capable of opening PDF files if you have a different preference.

 

The documents are divided into several main categories (click the headings to jump to that category):  

  • In the news - News articles, clippings and other media publications about the Titan I system from the past as well as recent history.

  • Operational Histories - From construction and labor issues to engineering obstacles and accident statistics.  These documents dig deep into the history of the operational missiles sites.

  • Tech Order Publications - Technical and operational manuals purpose-written for the missile crews about the weapon systems and their equipment and support systems.

More categories will be added as the library expands.

 

Why are those *@*!!#* watermarks pasted all over the documents?

You will undoubtedly notice the web address plastered all over the documents provided here.  This is not to be evil or a jerk but instead to prevent the abuse of the resources here.  It is all too easy to imagine these freely-available documents showing up for sale on ebay or some other place.  These watermarks provide a measure of deterrent to anyone who might try to turn a profit on unsuspecting folks.  These resources are absolutely not intended for commercial purposes!  Any such use is the absolute antithesis to the notion of this entire site!

 

For now, all documents here will be thusly marked to prevent such shenanigans.  I have taken care to ensure that the readability of the documents has not suffered from the addition of these watermarks. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.

 

Contributions to this Library

In the spirit of the free flow and availability of information, I would like to implore anyone who has historical documents and does not necessarily have the time or tools to scan and preserve them, to contact me about adding them to this library.

 

This library exists to benefit all and is absolutely NON-PROFIT.  I ask for no money, and I assume all costs associated with its maintenance and the scanning and editing of the documents within.  I would like to encourage anyone with documents of historical interest to preserve them as best they can so they are not lost to time.  To that end, if you have missile-related documents or photos that you would like to see included here, please contact me and see if we can make arrangements to digitize them for inclusion here.  I pledge to treat any materials with the utmost of care and see them safely returned to you--AT NO COST.

 

Information is of little use when it is stored away where it cannot be accessed.  Vast stores of information on missile history sit in public and private hands-- in company archives, in libraries, in basements and storage units--essentially lost and useless.  How long will it be before it is truly lost to fire, flood or simply thrown away?  My own collection has been largely hidden away for years and though I have been able to use it for research, it has largely served no one; it is time for that to end.

 

If you have documents and materials relating to missile history, please preserve them digitally.  If you are unable, see if someone else can do it for you.  This library will continue expanding as I complete the documents I have, and hopefully expand further as more become available.

 

This is an experiment really, but for now, I offer my services as long as I can keep up.  Due credit will be given here if so desired.  My thanks.  

 

*** NOTE: These are high quality scans and the resulting file sizes are LARGE ***

*** I apologize in advance for the inconvenience caused by LONG download times ***


 

In the News

 

 

ATC AIR FORCE TIMES SALUTES - PREPARE THE MAN

Air Training Command, Air Force Times - July. 31ST, 1963*

Short article featuring A1C Kenneth E. Brannon.  A1C Brannon tells of his Air Force career and how he came to be an MMT with the 451st SMW at Lowry AFB.  This candid chat brings to life the experience of an airman training for missile duty with the US strategic missile forces.  Many great photos were taken for this article and its a pity so few were used.  This article feels like a friendly chat with airman Brannon and offers great insight into the lives of the crewmembers.

 

* Document provided courtesy of Fred Epler

 

2 pages; 1 file; total file size: 1.81MB

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01 - ATC Air Force Times Salutes - Prepare the Man 1.81MB

 

 

 

DIVE! DIVE!  SWIMMING TO ARAMGEDDON

The Sunday Oregonion - November 8th, 1998*

A short newspaper article on Larson 568-A when one of its silos saw a stint as a deep dive center.

 

* Document provided courtesy of Walter Silva

 

1 image; 1 file; total file size: 540KB

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01 - The Sunday Oregonian - Nov. 8th, 1998 - Dive! Dive! 244.8KB

 

 

 

THUNDERING CRASHES CLOSE DOORS ON PRAIRIE'S TITAN ERA

The Denver Post - Wednesday, November 27th, 1968*

Short article by Fred Baker with photos by Bill Johnson covering the closure of the Deer Trail Titan I site's silo doors which had remained open since 1965.

 

* Document provided courtesy of J. Depres

 

3 pages; 1 file; total file size: 540KB

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01 - The Denver Post, Wed. Nov. 27th, 1968 - Silo door closure at 725-B 540KB

 

 

 

THIS WEEK MAGAZINE

New York Herald Tribune - MAY 6, 1962*

Section 10 of the Sunday supplement by James Baar and William E. Howard with photos by Maxwell Coplan.  This article gave America their first inside look at the Titan I weapon system and what goes on down below in the operational complex.  A tantalizingly short but surprisingly detailed peek at the brand new weapon.

 

* Document provided courtesy of F. Epler

 

4 pages; 1 file; total file size: 2.53MB

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01 - This Week Magazine - New York Herald Tribune - Section 10 2.53MB

 

 


 

Martin Documents

 

 

DETAILED TEST PLAN

SILO LAUNCH TEST FACILITY PROPELLANT LOADING AND PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM - APRIL 1960

Report describing the propellant loading and pressurization system tests of the Silo Launch Test Facility to determine proper operation and performance.

 

40 pages; 1 file; total file size: 8.25MB

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01 - Detailed Test Plan SLTF PLS System April 1960 - Pages 1-40 8.25MB

 

 

 

LOT B BATTLESHIP - FAILURE INVESTIGATION REPORT

Failure report on early captive airframe and motor tests conducted at the Denver test stands.

 

110 pages; 12 photos; 6 files; total combined file size: 61.4MB

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01 - Cover - Index - Pages 1-9 4.82MB
02 - Pages 10-33 7.38MB
03 - Attachments 1-4 9.21MB
04 - Attachments 5-6 6.66MB
05 - Attachment 7 - Photos 27.1MB
06 - Attachments 8-14 6.25MB

 

 

 

MASTER ACTIVITIES PLAN

WS107A-2 OPERATIONAL BASES

Martin guidebook for the planning, construction, phasing, systems integration, installation and checkout, turnover and activation of the operational Titan I complexes and their support facilities.

 

This is a very large and detailed document with a lot of interesting details for the missile history enthusiast who really wants to dig into the Titan I system.

 

434 pages; 20 files; total combined file size: 118MB

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01 - Cover - Table of Contents - Pages i-xii 3.45MB
02 - Section I 8.19MB
03 - Section I cont. 6.49MB
04 - Section I cont. 6.45MB
05 - Section I cont.  7.72MB
06 - Section I cont. 6.53MB
07 - Section II 5.04MB
08 - Section III 7.17MB
09 - Section III cont. 9.09MB
10 - Section IV 3.17MB
11 - Section V 6.68MB
12 - Section V cont. 3.31MB
13 - Section VI 6.71MB
14 - Section VI cont. 1.35MB
15 - Section VII 10.5MB
16 - Section VIII 9.97MB
17 - Section VIII cont. 2.5MB
18 - Section IX 4.03MB
19 - Section X 3.62MB
20 - Section XI 5.68MB

 

 

 

MISSILE J-20 (XSM-68) OPERATIONAL SUMMARY REPORT

Operational summary of missile J-20 (aka 60-3631) covering its arrival at launch complex 20 at Cape Canaveral on September 8, 1961 through launch on September 28, 1961.  This summary details the "discrepancies" and problems encountered with the missile prior to its launch and the actions taken to resolve them.

 

83 pages; 4 files; total combined file size: 16.4MB

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01 - Attachments 541KB
02 - Cover - Index - Sections 1-2 6.1MB
03 - Section 2 cont. and section 3 6.78MB
04 - Appendix 3.01MB

 

 

 

TITAN I CAPTIVE AND FLIGHT-TEST FIRING HISTORY

FEBRUARY 1962

Compilation of data from the Titan I captive firings and flight tests including missile numbers, events, dates, locations, firing duration by stage, planned and actual ranges, test results and resulting actions.  Information included covers missile lots A, B, C, G, J, M, V, VS and the category II missiles of the SM configuration.  This history covers firings at the Denver, Atlantic and Pacific Missile Range stands.

 

31 pages; 1 file; total file size: 8.83MB

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01 - Titan I Captive and Flight-Test Firing History 8.83MB

 

 

 

TITANS IN THE EARTH*

A small tri-fold color brochure from Martin about how the Titan I and II missiles are the latest and greatest (at the time) weapons ever made and what an awesome responsibility it is that the US arsenal includes such dread deterrents to war.  It includes a couple neat cut-away diagrams of the two types of Titan missile sites and other general information about them.

 

* Document provided courtesy of F. Epler

 

6 pages; 1 file; total file size: 8.39MB

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01 - Titans in the Earth 8.39MB

 

 

 

TITAN DESTRUCT SYSTEM

Brief paper on the destruct system for remotely destroying the Titan I and Titan II missiles in the event of a launch or systems failure or error.

 

12 pages; 4 photos; 2 files; total combined file size: 17.5MB

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01 - Pages 1-10 2.32MB
02 - Pages 11-16 15.1MB

 

 

 

TITAN MASTER COUNTDOWN

MISSILE J-16

High-level pre-launch, launch and post-launch checklist for missile J-16 from Cape Canaveral.  This missile was successfully launched on May 23rd, 1961 from Launch Complex 20.

 

32 pages; 1 file; total file size: 8.57MB

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01 - Titan Master Countdown - Missile J-16 8.57MB

 

 

 

TITAN II-A IN TITAN I SILOS

A preliminary feasibility report on the cost-saving concept of retrofitting Titan I bases for in-silo launch of Titan II missiles employing the 200% increased payload capacity of the Titan II-A booster.

 

55 pages; 3 files; total combined file size: 99.9MB

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01 - Cover - Table of Contents - Pages 1-20 32.4MB
02 - Pages 21-49 30.9MB
03 - Pages 50-55 36.4MB

 

 

 

WEAPON SYSTEM 107A-2

INTEGRATED WEAPON SYSTEM ACTIVATION - STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND PERSONNEL INTEGRATION - DETAILED FIELD PLAN FOR BASE T-1

Plan and schedule for SAC personnel integration into the base sites in preparation for checkout and turnover to the Air Force.

 

42 pages; 1 file; total file size: 11.6MB

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01 - Field Plan for Base T-1 11.6MB

 

 

 

USAF TITAN INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE

An informational brochure about Martin and the Titan project with 9 black and white photos of the Martin Denver facility and aspects of early Titan I development and testing.

 

13 pages; 1 file; total file size: 7.99MB

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01 - Titan I Brochure 7.99MB

 

 


 

Operational Histories

 

 

BASE T-1 - LOWRY AREA HISTORY (724th and 725th SMS)

29 SEPTEMBER 1958 - 16 DECEMBER 1961*

Army Corps of Engineers summary of the Lowry Area construction of the 451st SMW, comprising the first 2 operational Titan I squadrons from contract bidding to final turnover to the Air Force in 1961.

 

* Document provided courtesy of F. Epler

 

166 pages; 6 files; total combined file size: 52.9MB

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01 - Intro and sections I-V 9MB
02 - Section VI 9.57MB
03 - Section VII 7.77MB
04 - Section VII cont. 12.2MB
05 - Section VII cont. 4.78MB
06 - Sections VIII-XI 9.54MB

 

 

 

BASE T-2 - HISTORY OF TITAN I (850TH SMS)

ELLSWORTH AREA ENGINEER'S OFFICE - USACE - 8 DEC. 1959 - 31 MAR. 1962*

Army Corps of Engineers summary of the Ellsworth Area construction of the 850th SMS.  From contracts, construction details, contractors, labor issues, costs, safety, problems and modifications to the operational complex, to hourly wages paid to workers, its all in there.

 

* Document provided courtesy of F. Epler

 

345 pages; 15 files; total combined file size: 123MB

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01 - Introduction 6.08MB
02 - Section I pages 1-30 8.46MB
03 - Section I pages 31-39 3.29MB
04 - Section II page 1-30 9.56MB
05 - Section II pages 31-70a 19MB
06 - Sections II pages 71-100 18.2MB
07 - Section II pages 101-119 14.2MB
08 - Section III 7.03MB
09 - Section IV pages 1-30 7.53MB
10 - Section IV pages 31-60 7.48MB
11 - Section IV pages 61-90 6.52MB
12 - Section IV pages 91-101 2.21MB
13 - Section V 5.13MB
14 - Section VI 6.68MB
15 - Section VII 2.18MB

 

 

 

BASE T-3 - MT. HOME AREA (569TH SMS)

HISTORICAL SUMMARY - FEBRUARY 1960 - MAY 1962*

Army Corps of Engineers summary of the Mountain Home Area construction of the 569th SMS.  Contracts, construction details, contractors, labor issues, costs, delays, accidents and other history are detailed in this document.

 

* Document provided courtesy of F. Epler

 

201 pages; 8 files; total combined file size: 65.4MB

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01 - Introduction and Chapters I through III 10.2MB
02 - Chapters IV and V 5.95MB
03 - Chapter VI 14.3MB
04 - Chapters VII-IX 2.25MB
05 - Plates 1-45 17.1MB
06 - Appendices 1-2 1MB
07 - Appendices 3-12 5.21MB
08 - Appendices 13-24 9.2MB

 

 

 

BASE T-4 - LARSON AREA (568TH SMS)

HISTORICAL SUMMARY - DECEMBER 1959 - MAY 1962*

Army Corps of Engineers summary of the Larson Area construction of the 568th SMS.  Contracts, construction details, contractors, labor issues, costs, delays, accidents and other history are detailed in this document.

 

* Document provided courtesy of F. Epler

 

253 pages; 8 files; total combined file size: 70.2MB

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01 - Intro. & Parts 1 - 2  CEBMCO & Larson Area Organization 9.33MB
02 - Parts 3 - 4  Scope of Work, Geology and Soils 12MB
03 - Parts 5 - 8  Steel, Concrete, Backfill Operations 9.95MB
04 - Parts 9 - 12  Surface, PLS, Mechanical and Electrical 7.68MB
05 - Parts 13 - 18  Elec., Roads, Support, Problems, Safety, Subs 10MB
06 - Parts 19 - 20  Sched. & Completion; History: Contract 6.13MB
07 - Parts 21 - 22  History of Est. & Negotiations, Cost Increases 6.31MB
08 - Parts 23 - 32  Lists, Mods, Labor, AF Agencies, Awards, Events 8.74MB

 

 

 

BASE T-5 - BEALE AREA HISTORY (851ST SMS)

HISTORICAL SUMMARY - OCTOBER 1959 - MARCH 1962*

Army Corps of Engineers summary of the Beale Area construction of the 851st SMW, with details about contracts, materials, problems, staffing, labor and much more concerning the task of building the 3 Beale Titan I sites.

 

* Document provided courtesy of F. Epler

 

279 pages; 5 files; total combined file size: 88.4MB

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01 - Introduction, contents through page 60 18.8MB
02 - Pages 61-121 20.1MB
03 - Pages 122-181 19.9MB
04 - Pages 182-242 17.3MB
05 - Pages 243-252 12MB

 

 

 

451ST STRATEGIC MISSILE WING

OUTSTANDING MISSILE UNIT - 1963*

A recommendation by Colonel Julious Pickoff for the 451st SMW to receive the Colonel Lee R. Williams memorial missile trophy for outstanding performance in 1963.  Included with the recommendation is a detailed graphic summary outlining the accomplishments of the 451st crewmembers.  This document provides lots of interesting details, photos and insight into the day-to-day operations involved in operating a Titan missile wing.

 

* Document provided courtesy of F. Epler

 

28 pages; 1 file; total file size: 17.2MB

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01 - 451ST SMW Award recommendation and achievements - 1963 7.99MB

 

 


 

Other Contractor Documents

 

 

AMF ON SCHEDULE

AMF brochure highlighting their Titan I contract and showing details of the WS107A-2 launcher system.  Lots of great photos and diagrams in this document.

 

* Document provided courtesy of F. Epler and Lance Wright

 

16 pages; 1 file; total file size: 10.8MB

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01 - AMF On Schedule 10.8MB

 

 

 

AMF - MISSION FOR DEFENSE

This is a short informational booklet on AMF and the Titan Silo Lift Elevator system, their integrated training program and AMF's role in US defense.  There are some nice photos including an excellent shot taken from inside an operational silo.

 

16 pages; 1 file; total file size: 6.57MB

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01 - AMF - Mission for Defense 6.57MB

 

 

 

FLIGHT TEST EVALUATION FOR MOD II DECOY SUBSYSTEM

TITAN V-1

Flight test of the launch of Titan missile V-1 conducted at the Pacific Missile Range on 4 April 1963 to evaluate the performance of the Mod II Decoy Ejection Mechanism (DEM) and decoys with the SM-68 airframe.

 

45 pages; 2 files; total combined file size: 13.5MB

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01 - Introduction through page 18 8.3MB
02 - Pages 19-37 5.27MB

 

 

 

HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING REVIEW AND EVALUATION

WEAPON SYSTEM 107A-2 LAUNCHER, OSTF AND TF-1

FINAL REPORT - VOLUME I - 31 JAN 1962

Documents the AMF human factors engineering effort covering the over-all system review and evaluation of the AMF launcher system for the 107A-2 weapon system, OSTF and TF-1.

 

Volume 1 of 3

 

165 pages; 1 file; total file size: 5.88MB

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01 - Human Factors Evaluation Volume I - 31 January 1962 5.88MB

 

 

 

SLTF FLIGHT TEST REPORT

SLTF Flight Test Working Group's report on the Silo Launch Test Facility to demonstrate the silo launch capability of a Titan missile, and to acquire systems data  applicable to Titan II development.

 

109 pages, plus front, inner and back covers; 6 files; total combined file size: 42MB

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01 - Cover - Pages 1-26 11.7MB
02 - Pages 27-56 10MB
03 - Pages 57-71 5.35MB
04 - Appendix A 2.43MB
05 - Appendices B-D 9.04MB
06 - Appendices E-F and report distribution 3.4MB

 

 

 

TFOD News 

MAY 1962*

An AMF newsletter from the Titan Field Operations Division detailing milestones and events within the division.  Although not the prime contractor on the Titan I weapon system, AMF's involvement in the project was huge-- both in scope and physical construction of the launcher system which involved components that ranged over the entire complex.  This document gives some insight into the scope of AMF's work on the project.

 

* Document provided courtesy of F. Epler

 

13 pages; 1 file; total file size: 7.53MB

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01 - TFOD News - May 1962 7.53MB

 

 

 

TITAN PROGRAM CONTROL ROOM CHARTS

1 AUGUST 1960

A set of "power point" slides showing the Titan I and II program operating schedules and phasing for many criteria from equipment installation to missile testing.

 

18 pages; 1 file; total file size: 6.09MB

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01 - Titan Program Control Room Charts - 1 August 1960 6.09MB

 

 

 

TITAN WS107A-2 LAUNCHER SYSTEM

American Machine and Foundry's early design proposal for the Titan I launcher system.

 

63 pages; 2 files; total combined file size: 5.3MB

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01 - Cover - Pages 1-32 3.45MB
02 - Pages 33-63 1.93MB

 

 

 

TITAN I EXCESS WEAPON SYSTEM MATERIEL

VOLUME I-A - AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT

Illustrated listing prepared by the Defense Logistics Services Center of excess Titan I Aerospace Ground Equipment being made available for purchase or reutilization by eligible agencies and/or governments.  

 

179 pages; 6 files; total combined file size: 57.1MB

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01 - Cover, introduction through page 20 10MB
02 - Pages 21-50 9.68MB
03 - Pages 51-79 9.51MB
04 - Pages 80-109 9.24MB
05 - Pages 110-139 9.3MB
06 - Pages 140-168 9.37MB

 

 

 

WATER STOP FAILURE IN TUNNEL AT COMPLEX 1-C, LARSON AIR FORCE BASE, TITAN I FACILITY

SEPTEMBER 1962

A U.S. Army Corps. of Engineers document discussing the failure of a water stop at an equipment terminal at Larson site 1-C and how the water leak was repaired.

 

11 pages; 1 file; total file size: 4.98MB

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01 - Water Stop Failure at Lason 1-C - September 1962 4.98MB

 

 


 

Tech Order Publications

 

 

T.O. 21M-HGM25A-1-1

TECHNICAL MANUAL - OPERATION AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

USAF MODEL HGM-25A MISSILE WEAPON SYSTEM OPERATION

MISSILE WEAPON SYSTEM OPERATION

A high-level broad overview of the weapon system, including the missile, underground complex, surface systems and their function and operation.

 

581 pages; 25 files; total combined file size: 191MB

File Size
01 - Cover - Change Pages - TOC 4.8MB
02 - List of Related Manuals 1.9MB
03 - Safety Precautions 3.31MB
04 - Introduction 621KB
05 - Section I - p1-43 16.7MB
06 - Section I - p44-93 16.9MB
07 - Section I - p94-143 20.3MB
08 - Section II 603KB
09 - Section III - p1-30 10.4MB
10 - Section III - p31-54 8.18MB
11 - Section III - p55-83 8.61MB
12 - Section III - p84-106 8.52MB
13 - Section III - p107-135 8.49MB
14 - Section III - p136-163 8.27MB
15 - Section III - p164-190 7.33MB
16 - Section III - p191-220 11.4MB
17 - Section III - p221-232 4.71MB
18 - Section IV - p1-30 16.3MB
19 - Section IV - p31.63 10.6MB
20 - Section V - p1-30 7.49MB
21 - Section V - p31-54 6.74MB
22 - Section VI 2.75MB
23 - Section VII 1.24MB
24 - Glossary 2.17MB
25 - Index 3.04MB

 

 

 

T.O. 21-SM68-2J-5-3

TECHNICAL MANUAL - OPERATION AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

USAF MODEL HGM-25A MISSILE WEAPON SYSTEM OPERATION

RE-ENTRY VEHICLE SYSTEM JOB MANUAL

Job manual covering all phases of R/V handling at the launch area including re-entry vehicle emplacement, removal and recycling as well as safety and handling, hazards and corrective actions associated with the Mark IV R/V pertaining to the Titan I weapon system.

 

149 pages; 7 files; total combined file size: 41.4MB

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01 - Introduction and Section I - Safety Precautions 3.86MB
02 - Section II - Checkout 12.6MB
03 - Section III - Trouble Analysis 372KB
04 - Section IV - Removal and Installation 10.8MB
05 - Section V - Emergency Procedures 708KB
06 - Section VI - Diagrams 11.9MB
07 - Section VII - Glossary and Index 1.1MB

 

 

 

T.O. 21M-HGM25A-6-1WC-1PE

HGM-25A MISSILE WEAPON SYSTEM - PHASED INSPECTION AND LUBRICATION WORK CARDS

LAUNCH COMPLEX

 

Details work areas and equipment inspection and lubrication of weapon system components.  Includes many detailed illustrations of equipment and systems in the operational complex.

 

247 pages (one page missing); 4 files; total combined file size: 35.5MB

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01 - Change Pages - Introduction - TOC 2.68MB
02 - Work Organization and Flow Charts 2.91MB
03 - Section I - Inspection and Calibration Requirements 12.3MB
04 - Section II - Lubrication Requirements 17.6MB

 

 

 

T.O. 31X3-10-26-2

TECHNICAL MANUAL - FIELD MAINTENANCE

LAUNCH COMPLEX FACILITIES CONSOLE

 

Description, function and field service manual for the Titan I facilities console.

 

102 pages; 5 files; total combined file size: 77.2MB

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01 - Cover - TOC - Section I 9.83MB
02 - Sections II-VI 429KB
03 - Section VII p1-44 14.4MB
04 - Section VII p45-70 51.1MB
05 - Glossary and Index 1.41MB

 

 

 

T.O. 31X3-10-27-2

TECHNICAL MANUAL - FIELD MAINTENANCE

LAUNCH CONTROL CONSOLE

 

Description, function and field service manual for the Titan I launch console.

 

61 pages; 3 files; total combined file size: 32.3MB

File

Size
01 - Cover - TOC - Sections I-VI 11.1MB
02 - Section VII 19.7MB
03 - Glossary and Index 1.44MB

 

 


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