Published June 1, 2002
by Games Workshop .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
The book is primarily a book about the safety of nuclear weapons, the command and control system for US nuclear weapons and a detailed narrative of the disaster which destroyed a Cited by: The Titan II was an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) and space launcher developed by the Glenn L. Martin Company from the earlier Titan I missile. Titan II was originally designed and Type: Intercontinental ballistic missile. Titan II, The Book! Titan Tales, A Book by John Womack Info on the Titan II ICBM Museum A visit to the Titan II ICBM Museum Review of the Titan II ICBM Museum Some missile data and . The Wreck of the Titan: Or, Futility is a novella written by Morgan Robertson and published as Futility in , and revised as The Wreck of the Titan in It features a fictional British Author: Morgan Robertson.
This book is an outstanding compilation of facts about the Cold War Titan II missile system. In addition to a step by step analysis of how the program was established, the silos and /5. The Titan 2 Handbook goes into great detail, complete with photographs, of the Titan 2 Underground complex. Once you read this book, a visit to the Titan Missile Museum in /5. I served as a crew member on the Titan II ICBM for six years. This book is a story of the last two of those years. During that time, I was Commander of a Senior Instructor Crew serving at the /5(8). The book is an outstanding example of the dedication the author has to preserve the memory of a great weapon system and to honor the people who made the Titan II ICBM a susccessful .
Titan II was an ICBM that was built to launch most probably H-Bombs (still classified), and luckily only launched all 12 Gemini capsules and in was used as a /5. The Titan II Handbook was written especially for those with an interest in missiles, military hardware, the Cold War, or nuclear weapons, and includes detailed photos and descriptions of . Titan II will be welcomed by professionals and laymen, and by the many civilian and Air Force personnel who were involved in the program - a deterrent weapons system that proved to be . Page 2 - The nature of the task for this new agency requires that over-all technical direction be in the hands of an unusually competent group of scientists and engineers capable of making .