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In modern military usage, a missile, or guided missile, is a self-propelled precision-guided munition system, as opposed to an unguided self-propelled munition, referred to as a rocket. All known existing missiles are designed to be propelled during powered flight by chemical reactions inside a rocket engine, jet engine, or other type of engine.

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the airframe: guided missiles. Consider a missile with a long slender body and short lifting surfaces, with a "conventional" air to air missile aspect ratio like that of the R-27 or AIM-120. The … changes at different flight conditions (subsonic vs supersonic); it is quite clear that higher speeds lead to smaller wings. I am aware that short range WVR missiles like the R-60, R-73 or AIM-9 are …
asked Oct 3 by AEhere supports Monica