Carl Gustaf Using a Straightening Instrument for Missiles

(Original Caption) The Crown Prince -- Time for the Coast Artillery. Crown Prince Carl Gustaf of Sweden has now come to the Coast Artillery on his road of training throughout our different Swedish military forces. His training period as cadet with the Coast Artillery, which began last Monday October 2nd and will continue through October 12th, was demonstrated to the press today October 4th as four light missiles, each worth 4,000 Swedish crowns ($800 about), were fired against targets out on the Kanholm Bay. The pressmen followed his royal highness from one battery unit to he next. Crown Prince Carl Gustaf and Vice Corporal Goran Lundgren by a straightening instrument for guided missiles.
(Original Caption) The Crown Prince -- Time for the Coast Artillery. Crown Prince Carl Gustaf of Sweden has now come to the Coast Artillery on his road of training throughout our different Swedish military forces. His training period as cadet with the Coast Artillery, which began last Monday October 2nd and will continue through October 12th, was demonstrated to the press today October 4th as four light missiles, each worth 4,000 Swedish crowns ($800 about), were fired against targets out on the Kanholm Bay. The pressmen followed his royal highness from one battery unit to he next. Crown Prince Carl Gustaf and Vice Corporal Goran Lundgren by a straightening instrument for guided missiles.
Carl Gustaf Using a Straightening Instrument for Missiles
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01 January, 1967
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