Rockets and Space
The Glenn L. Martin Company began producing missiles in 1945 and is still in the aerospace industry as the Lockheed Martin Company.

 

Martin Missiles and Launch Vehicles from 1945 to 1971:

  • 1945 – Gorgon IV and V – KDM-1 (KUM-1, PTV-2, PTV-N-2) – air to surface and surface to surface missile and target drone

  • 1946 – Viking

  • 1947 – Oriole – AAM-N-4 (RTV-N-16) – air to air missile built for USN

  • 1949 – Matador GM-544

  • 1954 – Mace

  • 1954 – Bullpup

  • 1955 – Lacrosse

  • 1955 – Vanguard

  • 1957 – Bold Orion

  • 1958 – Pershing

  • 1959 – Tgam-83

  • 1959 – Bullpup-B

  • 1960 – Titan-I

  • 1962 – Titan-II

  • 1962 – Bullpup Trainer

  • 1963 – Tow

  • 1963 – Walleye

  • 1963 – Sprint

  • 1964 – Gemini-Titan

  • 1964 – Titan-III

  • 1964 – Transtage

  • 1964 – AGM-69A

  • 1964 – Prime

  • 1965 – Shillelagh

  • 1965 – Pershing-1A

  • 1968 – Patriot

  • 1968 – AGM-79A

  • 1968 – AGM-12E

  • 1969 – X-24

  • 1969 – Lars

  • 1970 – Zap

  • 1971 – Copperhead

  • 1971 – Casm

  • 1971 – Adsm

  • 1971 – Walleye-II

  • 1971 – Pave Storm

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Titan/Gemini Program
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The Dyna-Soar Program
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Maryland Astronauts/Tom Jones Collection