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     The Short Range Attack Missile was an air-to-surface missile launched from B-52 and F-111 aircraft. The missile carried a nuclear warhead and was designed to knockout enemy defenses and strategic targets. The aircraft could launch the missile even when travelling at supersonic speeds. U.S. Air Force

  • Length: 14 feet
  • Diameter: 17 inches
  • Weight: 2,225 pounds
  • Propellant: Solid
  • First Firing: 1969