Welcome to the Regulus Missile and Regulus Submarine Website, www.Regulus-Missile.com This website features articles about and photographs of the Regulus I and Regulus II, and the Regulus missile boats — the first submarines to carry nuclear missiles. Deployed during some of the most trying times of the Cold War, including the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Regulus SSGs formed a defensive shield for the Pacific Coast of the United States. Before the Tomahawk Cruise Missile, before the mighty Trident and Polaris fleet ballistic missile submarines, Regulus submarines were on patrol, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
The website also features information about the never-deployed Regulus II supersonic cruise missile, other winged missiles developed by the Navy and Air Force during the Cold War (such as Bomarc, Navaho, Snark, and Loon), and an article about the history of aircraft (and missile) carrying submarines.
This website was originally constructed to help introduce the documentary film Regulus: The First Nuclear Missile Submarines to the world. The film has now aired internationally, and is available on DVD from Amazon.com and the Submarine Store.
This website and the film are dedicated to all those who served.
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REGULUS is NOW AVAILABLE on DVD via AMAZON.COM!
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