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Military aircrafts have become more sophisticated in variety effectiveness in war situations and special maneuvering techniques in recent years With the advance of stealth technology many new and very effective aircraft have been developed Now use of new technology became advanced in use of the war New techniques and ideas where being placed and introduced to the world as a whole An American Robert Goddard had launched first liquid-fueled rocket in 1926 but early rockets were not powerful enough for space Several nations continued to work on rockets before and during World War II Germany was the most successful building rockets called V-1 and V-2 that it used against Britain in the closing year of that war Rockets were used during the World War V1 and V2 where different in there own ways their strategies and technology They where the start of the new generation a new way to fight and win eventhough not the best use in the military V1 was powered by an Argus-Schmidt pulsejet that made a characteristic putt-putt-putt sound as it went over The motor carried them along faster than any of the aircraft at the time up to 400 mph Typically flying between 3000 and 5000 ft altitude ranging only 250 miles so the launch sites had to be close to the coast to hit southern England Boyne 12 The body was a simple steel tube filled with fuel a 2000 lb warhead and a primitive guidance systemJohnson 91 A pulse jet motor was attached above the tube at the back of the rocket The short rudimentary wings were made of wood It was a simple medium range flying bomb that was not very effective Had it been guided to targets things may have been a lot tougher for the Allies The V1 known to the Germans as a FZG-76 as it was designed by the Fiesler company was an unmanned un-guided flying bomb the one above was copied by
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