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USS Growler (SSG-577)

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Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

“200 Years beyond the mast” Advertisement

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Identifier: A2018.24
Scope and Contents Advertisement; "200 Years Beyond the Mast..." from American Aviation, March 14, 1955.Advertisement shows a Regulus missile in the sky full of constellations, including a labeled Regulus star. In the upper left corner, there is a tall ship sailing in the ocean. Above the Regulus missile text reads "200 Years Beyond the Mast..." Below the image reads "The Navy launches ships that // sail the skies...UNMANNED! // From the Aleutians to Madagascar, from // Greenland to Magellan's...
Dates: March 14, 1955

"Bird from under the Sea" Advertisement

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Identifier: A2017.17
Scope and Contents Advertisement; This advertisement for Chance Vought Aircraft appeared in Aviation Week on February 27, 1956. The advertisement is titled, “Bird from under the Sea,” and the image shows an artist’s rendering of a Regulus missile being launched from a surfaced submarine at night.
Dates: February 27, 1956

"Bomb that Thinks" Advertisement

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Identifier: A2017.18
Scope and Contents Advertisement; This advertisement for Chance Vought Aircraft appeared in 1955. The publication is unknown. The ad, titled “Bomb That Thinks,” shows an artist’s conception of the Regulus missile launching from a cruiser. The ad also includes a pitch for Navy recruitment.
Dates: 1955

“On the Way” Advertisement

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Identifier: A2018.23
Scope and Contents Advertisement; "On the Way," from American Aviation, April 12, 1954.

Advertisement shows a red regulus missile in the air, coming from a shipon the surface of the water below.

The text box on the top reads: "'On the Way' // Regulus surface-to-surface guided missiles, now in produc- // tion for the Navy at Chance Vought, are designed // to be launched from ships, submarines or shore bases." The bottome box reads "Chance Vought Aircraft Incorporated // Dallas, Texas."
Dates: April 12, 1954