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Updates and Revisions in 2016 and 2017

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January 27, 2016

Added a photo of Redstone Block II missile CC-2043 at Launch Complex LC6, Cape Canaveral, Florida on 26 June 1961 to Slide Show Redstone Tests and Derivatives Folder Page 5.

Additionally, I have started to upgrade the quality of selected photos appearing in the Slide Show. I will start with the Slide Show Missile Operations Folder. This will be an ongoing as time permits undertaking over the next several months.

February 9, 2017

Updated, repaired and replaced several Links on Related Links Page.

May 23, 2017

Updated Title Page to show Redstone Missile Launch as Redstone CC-1010 launched on January 19, 1959 at White Sands Missile Range.

Missile CC-1010 was the second Redstone missile launched at White Sands Missile Range, the first being CC-1004 launched by Battery B, 217th Field Artillery Missile Battalion, 40th Artillery Group on June 3, 1958 as the Battery's Qualification Launch for Overseas Deployment.

May 25, 2017

Added Link to Gunter's Space Page Redstone family, which shows chronological history of Redstone launches, including Redstone Sparta and WRESAT.

 

 

 

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