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Darryl J Trulin, Cloy J Bagley: Flyable folding fin. Hughes Missile Systems Company, Charles D Brown, Wanda K Denson Low, December 10, 1996: US05582364 (61 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for flying a folding fin from a stored folded position on a flight vehicle housing to a deployed erect position, using available aerodynamic or fluid forces to control the fin deployment. The fin is erected in several stages. First, a hinge spring bias or lifting wedge means, ...


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Cloy J Bagley: Lateral thruster for missiles. General Dynamics Corp Pomona Division, Henry Bissell, Leo R Carroll, November 6, 1990: US04967982 (14 worldwide citation)

A lateral thruster for missiles is provided which comprises two or more individually rotatable thruster motors with integral nozzles. If the thrusters are located at or near the center of gravity of the missile, the missile can be maneuvered while it remains pointed at the target. Locating the thrus ...


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Cloy J Bagley: Lateral thrust assembly for missiles. General Dynamics Corporation Pomona Div, Neil F Martin, Leo R Carroll, July 14, 1992: US05129604 (12 worldwide citation)

A lateral thrust assembly for missile maneuvering comprises an annular array of outwardly directed nozzles, each nozzle having a releasable plug normally blocking flow of propellant gases out of the nozzle. A plug release mechanism associated with each plug allows that plug to be released to open th ...


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Cloy J Bagley: Airfoil deployment system for missile or aircraft. General Dynamics Corporation, Leo R Carroll, Neil Martin, May 18, 1993: US05211358 (11 worldwide citation)

A deflated airbag is located on the outside of a missile or other vehicle beneath a folded, pivotally mounted airfoil member prior to launch, and a supply of pressurized gas is connected to the interior of the airbag via a suitable valve. After launch, or after lowering of a launch platform in the c ...