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    Don't forget that Seaslug was in the middle of all this, too. I had the experience of visiting one of the last County Class destroyers on a trip to Portsmouth many years ago. All the length of the ship behind the bridge was a missile factory that put all the bits together in sequence until it emerged in a single piece on the launcher at the stern. Amazing!

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    Ah - I've just twigged the bit about dusty; Red Duster, of course!

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    MiD as it really should be. Mention in Dispatches. That explains the whirly thing on the back though, recovery of the Drouge Chute. Interesting thread, shows the US didn't develop everything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andym View Post
    Ah - I've just twigged the bit about dusty; Red Duster, of course!

    Andy
    Yes Andy I had to override my spell checker
    Quote Originally Posted by fv1609 View Post
    I've red it was quite dusty
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    WAS the test vehicle called RED HEATHEN ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wally dugan View Post
    WAS the test vehicle called RED HEATHEN ?
    Not as such Wally
    Quote Originally Posted by fv1609 View Post
    He describes how Red Heathen spawned Red Shoes & Red Duster
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