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Airbreathing Propulsion Programs for Future Navy Missiles

Report Number: AFOSR 69-2951TR p. 84-85
Author: Porter, H. O.
Author: Stevens, M. J.
Corporate Author: Naval Weapons Center
Date of Publication: 1969-12

This paper presents a summary of the Navy's exploratory and advanced development programs in airbreathing propulsion. The various development programs are outlines along with a discussion of each airbreathing concept. Also, a discussion is presented of how the concepts relate one to another and where the concepts may find an applications.

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