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WSMR Museum Redstone Page
Redstone Surface to Surface missile Page of the White Sands Missile Range Museum web site. Entry page for additional Redstone missile photos. Use links at the bottom of the Page.

NOTE: As of April 18, 2022 this material is currently not available, and the original website link no longer exists, possibly due to the ongoing Museum upgrade. I will periodically check the site to determine if and when previously available Redstone missile photos may again be posted online.

Home Page : White Sands Museum

USAREUR Units - 40th Arty Gp
The 40th Artillery Group Page of the outstanding US Army In Germany web site.
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USAREUR Units - 46th Arty Gp
The 46th Artillery Group Page of the outstanding US Army In Germany web site.
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History of Redstone Arsenal
February 21, 2012: This web site is undergoing update and revision. This is an archived web page.

The Redstone Missile Page of the Redstone Arsenal Historical Information web site.

Bad Kreuznach Base Closings
Bad Kreuznach, Germany base closing information page of the GlobalSecurity.org web site.
Home Page: http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/facility/bad-kreuznach.htm


Redstone Historical Essay and Chronology
Chronology Page that includes WRESAT test dates: http://www.astronautix.com/fam/redstone.htm
An Historical Essay by Andreas Parsch and Chronology including launch locations and launch dates of the Redstone Missile at the Redstone page of Encyclopedia Astronautica www.astronautix.com web site, with many additional links.

Gunter's Space Page Redstone family, which includes Redstone Historical Chronology of Launches
Chronology Page includes launch locations and launch dates of the Redstone Missile, and includes Redstone Sparta and WRESAT test dates.

Also showing Redstone (SSM-A-14 / M8 / PGM-11) MRBM Page.

Field Artillery Magazine and Artillery Trends Archives
Download site for PDFs of Past Editions of Field Artillery and its predecessor Artillery Trends. The issues in 1959 to 1963 include interesting articles and information about the Redstone missile, particularly February 1959, June 1959, July 1960, March 1961 and February 1962 issues. WARNING: some files are on the order of 14MB in size!
Home Page: http://sill-www.army.mil/firesbulletin/archives/index.html#1960
Fort Sill Home Page: http://sill-www.army.mil/

From the Stars & Stripes Archives: Redstone rocketeers
Story by By William Duren, Stars and Stripes
European edition, Tuesday, August 21, 1962.

From the Stars & Stripes Archives: Photo gallery: Redstone rocketeers
Photos by Norm Zeisloft, Stars and Stripes
European edition, Tuesday, August 21, 1962

Showing the 46th Artillery Group with a tactical Redstone missile in Panzer Kaserne, Stuttgart, Germany July 14, 1962.

Click on GALLERY Cover Photo to start viewing 28 excellent images of Redstone missile training operation.

Redstone Missile Launch Video
This video is most likely of a Redstone test program launch conducted at Cape Canaveral, Florida sometime in the 1950's, prior to the first Redstone launch conducted by the US Army troops. Battery A, 217th Field Artillery Missile Battalion, 40th Artillery Group was the first troop unit to launch the Redstone, under test conditions, in May 1958 at Cape Canaveral.

Redstone Missile in Production, 1957 Video
A video showing the Chrysler Corporation Redstone production facility in Detroit, Michigan, February 14, 1957.

Redstone Missile Factory, 1959 Video
A video showing the Chrysler Corporation Detroit, Michgan Redstone missile production factory visited by NATO representatives on March 19, 1959.

Redstone Article Posted on Wikipedia
An article about Redstone posted on Wikipedia, with internal and external links.

Bad Kreuznach, Germany
City of Bad Kreuznach, Germany web site, with internal and external links, including Bad Kreuznach tourist information site, with photos and video.

Bridgemeister, Germany
Pictures of a unique pedestrian suspension bridge over the River Nahe in the City of Bad Kreuznach, Germany.


Rodrigo Gebhard, Bad Kreuznach, Germany
Personal website of Rodrigo Gebhard who resides in Bad Kreuznach, Germany. Rodrigo's website features many interesting features and photographs of his personal interests, his military service, plus scenes of Bad Kreuznach.

Redstone Firing Chronology
Web site created by Jonathan McDowell, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, MA. Editor, Jonathan's Space Report

Slide Show of US Army Artillery Museum Weapons Display at Fort Sill, Oklahoma
flickr Slide Show created by Daniel de Cristo showing the weapons on display at the US Army Artillery Museum, Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

Blog created by Chris Givan, Researcher, in which Chris identifies the use of mysterious gold vanes appearing on selected Redstone missile thrust units and aft units.



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