Gilson Butte - Pershing I

Pershing I

MGM-31 Pershing I

Pershing round 32 launched from Hueco Range, Texas by A Battery, 2nd Battalion, 44th Field Artillery, targeted for White Sands Missile Range on August 20, 1963
Type Surface-to-surface missile
Place of origin United States
Service history
In service 1960–1986
Used by
  • USA
  • United States Army 24 launchers
  • West Germany
  • German Air Force 16 launchers
Production history
Designer The Martin Company
Designed 1958–1960
Manufacturer The Martin Company
Produced 1960–1969
Number built 754 missiles (including Pershing IA)
Weight 4,655 kilograms (10,263 lb)
Length 10.5 metres (34.4 ft)
Diameter 1.02 metres (3.3 ft)

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