TE-416 Tomahawk

The Tomahawk (internal company name TE -416 ) is a sounding rocket, which was developed in the early 1960s by the American company Thiokol for the Sandia National Laboratories. Although the Tomahawk could also be started alone, it was mainly used in conjunction with other rockets as advanced level, for example with a Nike missile as a starting stage ( Nike Tomahawk ).

The Tomahawk developed a thrust of 53 kN and came up with a burn time of 9.5 seconds. Had a diameter of 23 centimeters, the fin span reached 93 centimeters.