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Missile Restoration Projects

Help Wanted

Lookng for a challenge in your retirement?  Volunteer to help restore a Hound Dog of Quail Missile.  Project that are currently in progress are listed below along with the contacts.   If you know of any Hound Dog or Quail missile restoration projects that are in progress please contact me.  Click here!

Current Resortation Projects

Hound Dog Missile Parts at China Lake NAS, California

Here is the inventory of Hound Dog Missile parts that were available at China Lake NAS, California as of Septermber 2005 .  Disposal of these parts was being operated by a contractor.  Their website was  Contact:  Ridgecrest Office Denny Solomon 751 S Richmond Rd Suite B, Ridgecrest, CA 93555, Phone (760) 384-4843.  This contact information may be out of date.


Do you have some old Hound Dog parts laying aroung collecting dust?  How about some old tech manuals, parts lists, etc.  Why not donate them to one of the Hound Dog Restoration projects and bring on of the old birds back to life?  Send me information on what you have available or want and I will post it to the list below.  Click here to contact me.

For Sale or Trade

Donations Wanted


Verdan Computer  - Contact Neil Wood at


Pylon - Contact Neil Wood at


Nose Cone, J-52P3 engine, and vertical stablizer - Contact Dave Victor at


Pitot Tube for Quail Missile - David Galbreath of the Tyler Historic Aviation Memorial  Museum has a Quail display needing a Pitot Tube for  completion. Dig that pitot tube assembly you have stashed in the garage and send it down to David so we can get this bird back online!  David R. Galbreath, 13875 State Highway 155, Frankston, TX 75763-6733, Email:


H2-1-A Missile Support Adapter - Contact Ken Emery, Director, Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, GA 31098, Phone: (478) 926-5796, Email: Kenneth.Emery@ROBINS.AF.MIL.  - Contact Ken Emery, Director, Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, GA 31098, Phone: (478) 926-5796, Email: Kenneth.Emery@ROBINS.AF.MIL.


A nose cone, J-52P3 engine and a vertical stabilizer and Maintenance Technical Orders for Hound Dog Missle.  Contact Dave Victor at If you live near Elmira, New York and would like to get involved in the project, I am sure Dave would welcome your help. Dave is an old Navy troop, having someone familiar with the Hound Dog missile would be a great help.

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