The Navaho Missile Project
A look at the 1950s missile program that developed the technology that put the United States on the moon in 1969. In its time it was called Never-go Navaho. In later decades it was given the title the know-how missile for all the spin-off technology. Without Navaho there would not have been an Apollo Saturn V or the moon landing in 1969. From solid state circuits, to rocket engines and ramjet technology, to working with Titanium, it pioneered may important technologies of the later 1960s and 1970s. Soft cover, 96 pages and 160 illustrations.