The 2.25-Inch Sub-Caliber Aircraft Rocket, or SCAR, was an American unguided rocket developed by the United States Navy during World War II. Capable of simulating the aerial rockets then coming into operational service, the SCAR was used to train pilots in the use of the new type of weapon, and continued in service throughout the 1950s.

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  • 57.15
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  • 36.288
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  • El 2.25-Inch Sub-Caliber Aircraft Rocket o SCAR (en castellano: Cohete aéreo subcalibrado de 2,25 pulgadas), era un cohete desarrollado por la Armada de Estados Unidos durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial, capaz de simular a los cohetes aéreos que en esa fecha estaban entrando en servicio operacional, el SCAR fue usado para entrenar a los pilotos en el uso de ese nuevo tipo de arma, y continuó en servicio durante la década de los años 1950. (es)
  • The 2.25-Inch Sub-Caliber Aircraft Rocket, or SCAR, was an American unguided rocket developed by the United States Navy during World War II. Capable of simulating the aerial rockets then coming into operational service, the SCAR was used to train pilots in the use of the new type of weapon, and continued in service throughout the 1950s. (en)
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  • 0.057150 (xsd:double)
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  • Solid-fuel rocket
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  • None
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  • None
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  • yes
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  • United States
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  • Training rocket
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http://purl.org/linguistics/gold/hypernym
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  • El 2.25-Inch Sub-Caliber Aircraft Rocket o SCAR (en castellano: Cohete aéreo subcalibrado de 2,25 pulgadas), era un cohete desarrollado por la Armada de Estados Unidos durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial, capaz de simular a los cohetes aéreos que en esa fecha estaban entrando en servicio operacional, el SCAR fue usado para entrenar a los pilotos en el uso de ese nuevo tipo de arma, y continuó en servicio durante la década de los años 1950. (es)
  • The 2.25-Inch Sub-Caliber Aircraft Rocket, or SCAR, was an American unguided rocket developed by the United States Navy during World War II. Capable of simulating the aerial rockets then coming into operational service, the SCAR was used to train pilots in the use of the new type of weapon, and continued in service throughout the 1950s. (en)
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  • Cohete aéreo subcalibrado de 57,2 mm (es)
  • 2.25-Inch Sub-Caliber Aircraft Rocket (en)
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  • 2.25-Inch Sub-Caliber Aircraft Rocket (en)
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