Twin-arm launcher for the RIM-2 Terrier or RIM-67 Standard missile. Employed below main deck magazines. Used on Belknap class cruisers and other Terrier ships. Some launchers are modified to store and launch the RUR-5 ASROC.
1. MK Launcher
2. Pedestal to raise the Mk10 to be in line with the forward missile house
3. Big Missile Ejector go to forward part of the ship
4. Small Missile Ejector go on aft (that's if your ship has 2 Mk10's)
RIM-67 Standard Missile SM-1/2ER
Belknap class CG
Leahy class CG
Farragut (Coontz) class DDG
USS Reeves (CG 24)
USS Fox (CG 33)
USS Worden (CG 18)
USS England (CG 22)
USS Sterett (CG 31)
USS Josephus Daniels (CG 27)
USS King (DDG 41)
USS Harry E. Yarnell (CG 17)
USS Dewey (DDG 45)
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Hollowed to saved material
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