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Air-to-air Missile Sparrow Parts Page 4 of 244 | 4,864 part numbers

Part Number
NSN
NIIN
0150090-00 Plain Nut Round
001856463
0150242M00 Electrical Insulation Sleeving
000631499
01504-70 Cap Screw Hexagon Head
002693238
015273-00 Plain Nut Round
001856463
015273-00PH Plain Nut Round
001856463
019-004835-229 Diode Semiconductor Device
004259815
019-005531 Unitized Semiconductor Devices
002757576
019-0099-000 Electrical Box Connector
001521144
01G009701-104 Electrical Insulation Sleeving
000823948
020138 Tubeaxial Fan
001130989
02195-1301-37 O-ring
008337491
023-0005 Fixed Resistor Film
004811404
023-000922-291 Fixed Resistor Film
002334515
023-000922-301 Fixed Resistor Film
002334517
024-7866 O-ring
002500236
025-82C-W12 Radio Frequency Cable
008232544
027-737-70 O-ring
007294992
028-07453 O-ring
001727189
028021 Tubeaxial Fan
001130989
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Aircraft:

The AIM-7 Sparrow is an American, medium-range semi-active radar homing air-to-air missile operated by the United States Air Force, United States Navy and United States Marine Corps, as well as other various air forces and navies. Sparrow and its derivatives were the West's principal beyond visual range (BVR) air-to-air missile from the late 1950s until the 1990s. It remains in service, although it is being phased out in aviation applications in favor of the more advanced AIM-120 AMRAAM. The Self-Defence Forces of Japan also employ the Sparrow missile, though it is being phased out and replaced by the Mitsubishi AAM-4. NATO pilots use the brevity code Fox One in radio communication to signal launch of a Semi-Active Radar Homing Missile such as the Sparrow.

The Sparrow was used as the basis for a surface-to-air missile, the RIM-7 Sea Sparrow, which is used by a number of navies for air defense of their ships. Fired at low altitude and flying directly at its target though the lower atmosphere, the range of the missile in this role is greatly reduced. With the retirement of the Sparrow in the air-to-air role, a new version of the Sea Sparrow was produced to address this concern, producing the much larger and more capable RIM-162 ESSM.