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AGARD-AG-300 Vol.10 AGARD ADVISORY GROUP FOR AEROSPACE RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT 7 RUE ANCELLE 92200 NEUILLY SUR SEINE FRANCE AGARD-AG-300 Vol.10 AGARDograph 300 AGARD Flight Test Techniques Series Volume 10 on Weapon Delivery Analysis and Ballistic Flight Testing (LAnalyse du Largage d’Armes et les Essais en Vol Balistique) This AGARDograph has been sponsored by the Flight Mechanics Panel of AGARD. | LW QW ! 19950803 002 — NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION DRTTION STATEMENT & | ‘Approves ‘or public releara) } y, Dinarunce Unimited Published July 1992 Distribution and Availability on Back Cover AGARD-AG-300 Vol.10 J\(GJa\ ADVISORY GROUP FOR AEROSPACE RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT 7 RUE ANCELLE 92200 NEUILLY SUR SEINE FRANCE AGARDograph 300 Flight Test Techniques Series - Volume 10 Weapon Delivery Analysis and Ballistic Flight Testing (LAnalyse du Largage d’Armes et les Essais en Vol Balistique) by RJ.Amold and J.B. Knight Department of the Air Force Headquarters 3246th Test Wing (AFSC) Eglin Air Force Base Florida 32542—5000 United States ‘This AGARDograph has been sponsored by the Flight Mechanics Panel of AGARD. ' LAD __ North atantic Teaty Organization XY wi Organisation du Traité de I'Atlantique Nord The Mission of AGARD ‘According to its Charter, the mission of AGARD is tobring together the lading personalities of the NATO nations inthe fields of science and technology relating to aerospace forthe following purposes — Recommending effective ways for the member nations to use their research and development capabilities for the ‘comnon benefit of the NATO community, — Providing scientific and technical advice and assistance to the Military Committe in the field of aerospace research and ‘development (with particular regard to its military application); Continuously stimlating advances inthe aerospace sciences relevant to strengthening the common defence posture; — Improving the co-operation among member nations in aerospace research and development — Exchange of scent and technical information; Providing assistance to member nation forthe purpose of increasing ther scientific and technical potential; — Rendering scientific and technical assistance, as requested, to other NATO bodies and to member nationsin connection ‘with research and development problems inthe aerospace fe The highest authority within AGARD is the National Delegates Board consisting of offically appointed senior representatives from each member nation. The mission of AGARD is carried out through the Panels which are composed of experts appointed by the National Delegates, the Consultant and Exchange Programme andthe Aerospace Applications Studies Programme. The results of AGARD work are reported to the member nations and the NATO Authorities through the AGARD series of, publications of which thsi one ens ofthe NATO nations. Participation in AGARD activities is by invitation only and is normally limited toc ‘The content of this publication has been reproduced iret from material supplied by AGARD oF the authors. Published July 1992 Copyright © AGARD 1992 ‘Al Rights Reserved ISBN 92-835.0677-4 Printed by Specialised Prining Services Limited ‘40 Chigwell Lane, Loughton, Essex IGIO STZ