V-1 Flying Bomb
V1 Tactical Nuke






Ballistic Missile

The V-1 Flying Bomb, also known as the Buzzbomb and the Doodlebug due to its sound and the Tactical Nuke because of its role, was a guided German ballistic missile used during World War II. Its shape closely resembles that of a fighter, with its wings, tail fin and single engine, but it is unarmed except for the warhead inside the missile, and that it is powered by a rocket.

Attacking it could be dangerous; the V-1 was highly resistant to bullets, while shells could detonate it, often destroying the attacking aircraft. However, flight techniques soon made it possible to harmlessly destroy a V-1, often by "toppling it" by placing one wing just underneath it, causing to roll out of control.