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22D
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22D
22D
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Russian surface-to-air missile. Prototype surface-to-air missile, using liquid-propellant ramjets in place of the air-augmented solid propellant of the 17D.

AKA: V-758. Status: Cancelled 1958.

The 22D the three-stage V-758 rocket, used a packet scheme. Two solid propellant boosters accelerated the 54aGG core vehicle to ramjet ignition speed. Then they were jettisoned, and the Bondaryuk RD-046 liquid-fuelled ramjet, with four small inlets, provided thrust to take the missile to its target in supersonic cruise. Fight trials were completed in 1966.



Family: surface-to-air. Country: Russia. Agency: Lyulev. Bibliography: 571.

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