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Rohr manufactured solid rocket motor components for the Titan III and Space shuttle launch rockets (Rohr, 1976, p. 1).
Titan rocket motor casing program
Titan III launch vehicle - "the largest unmanned booster used by the Air Force at the time" (Goodrich, 2004)
Rohr produced the nozzles and plugs for the Titan Space Launch Vehicle.
Rohr also worked on:
Submerged liquid injection and vector control nozzle for 156” filament wound solid booster motor
Insulation for case for 3 million pound thrust nozzle
Insulation of aft closure and center sections
a complex telemetering device for Project Mercury, the man-in-space effort
Rohr Corporation 1967 Annual Report.
Rohr Industries, Inc. Annual Report 1976.
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