PHOTOGRAPHIC details of various aircraft and missiles recently released in conjunction with the Soviet air show at Tushino Airport on July 9, 1961, has provided a basis for the start of an evaluation of Soviet air‐to‐air rocket weapons. These pictorial data, coupled with Russian textbooks, as well as evidence of Soviet interest in the guided‐missile work of the Western Powers, indicated by the material that has been translated from English into Russian,1 has led to this brief evaluation of their work in this field.
Ritchie, D.J. (1961), "Design Considerations of Russian Air‐to‐Air Guided Missiles: An Evaluation of Four Weapons Displayed at the Tushino Air Display on July 9, 1961", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 33 No. 12, pp. 356-361. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb033494Download as .RIS
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