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Dart

     At the time this was the Army's smallest missile but it was capable of blasting through the heaviest enemy armor. It was designed to be fired from armored personnel carriers, trucks and helicopters. A gunner guided the missile to its target by sending commands via a wire connection between the launcher and the missile. U.S. Army

  • Length: 5 feet
  • Diameter: 7 inches
  • Weight: 100 pounds
  • Propellant: Solid
  • First Fired: 1954

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