RAF Get 'bloodhound' Missiles (1958)
A LV Bloodhound anti-aircraft missile being taken from trolley onto launcher at North Coates, Lincolnshire. A SV R.A.F. (Royal Air Force) Technician attending to missile. A LV Missile being raised on launching ramp into firing position as trolley is wheeled away. A SV Pan, missile going up into firing position. A SV Technician pushing pin into launcher mechanism to lock it in firing position. A GV Bloodhound missiles in firing position on launching pad. A LV Early warning radar in operation. A SV Target 'illuminating radar' on mobile truck turning, in background. Bloodhound missiles also turning in synch with radar as target is followed. A SV Radar in operation. A LV Bloodhound missiles swivelling round on launching pad. A GV Missiles swivelling round in synch with radar in foreground. A LV Pan shot, Bloodhound missile being fired (at Woomera, Australia), pan as it travels upwards in flight, booster rockets fall away and the missile heads towards its target. A GV Missile bearing down on target plane, hits it and completely demolishes it in the air.