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The Boeing CIM-10B BOMARC

The two CAF squadrons of CIM-10B Super Bomarc surface-to-air missiles (Nos 446 & 447) at CFB North Bay, Ontario and CFB La Macaza, Quebec, were to be scrapped by September of 1972.

BOMARC stands for Boeing/Michigan Aeronautical Research Center.

Wing Span: 18 ft 2 in (5.5 m)

Length: 45 ft 1 in (13.7 m)

Height: 2 ft 11 in (0.9 m)

Weight, Gross: 16,032 lb (7,272 kg)

Cruising Speed: 2,134 mph (3,434 km/h)

Max Speed: 2,134 mph (3,434 km/h)

Service Ceiling: 100,000 ft (30,480 m)

Range: 440 mi (700 km)

Power Plant: two Marquardt RJ43-MA-7, 12 000-lb (5 440-kg) static thrust ramjet engines, plusone Thiokol XM-51 50 000-lb (22 650-kg) static thrust rocket engine

Armament: Designed for nuclear Warhead

Surviving BOMARC's:

60446 CFB North Bay, Ontario (Lee Park)
60447 Alberta Aviation Museum Association, Edmonton, Alberta (from Sir Winston Churchill Park, CFB Namao)
60466 National Aviation Museum, Ottawa, Ontario (model CIM-10B)