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NHC) . The numbers following the symbols for the Air University Library and Simpson Center are their call numbers . 1 . 655-71 . Individuals associated with the idea included Elmer Berliner (1909), Paul E . Chamberlin (1911), and an unidentified Swede in 1913 . 2 . Bion J . 451 W253B1 . Hereafter cited as Arnold Report . Lee Pearson, "Developing the Flying Bomb," NavalAviation News (May 1968), 23 . 3 . Gordon Bruce, "Aerial Torpedo is Guided 100 miles by Gyroscope," New York Tribune (20 October 1915), 1 ; Delmar S .
82 . R . L . 4-1 V] ; Summary of Power Driven Weapons, 12, 13 . 83 . Summary of Power Driven Weapons, 13, 14; Case History GMA-1 . 84 . Case History GMA-1 ; O . P. 4-1 V] . 85 . Summary of Power Driven Weapons, 4 . 86. , 5, 6 . 87 . , 4, 5 . 88 . 94-11 . 89 . "XBQ-2A," l August 1943 [Pilotless Aircraft] . 90 . "Details of AAF Guided Missile Programs," 9/2/44 [AFSHRC-201-46 111] ; "XBQ-3," 1 January 1946 [Pilotless Aircraft] . 91 . "XBQ-4," 1 August 1945 ; "XBQ-5," 1 June 1945 ; "XBQ-6," 1 June 1945 [All in Pilotless Aircraft] .
H . 4° The Armistice, of course, overtook everything . When the Dayton project closed down on 27 November 1918, 20 Bugs were completed along with 5 airframes, and 11 partially built Bugs. °' In December 1918, the Army sent six Bugs to Amityville for tests . But only one of four launches of the Long Island tests proved successful. A three-officer board, in January 1919, recommended further development of the "flying bomb" by the Air Service, prompting the last phase of the project, tests in the fall of 1919.