These links cover the both the AQM-34 and BGM-34 RPV's. Links to BQM-34 target drone pages are listed separately below.
Teledyne Ryan RPVs as told by DC-130 pilot Marvin Bixby, with many photos from 'Lightning Bugs' in color (7 pages).
100th AMMS website by the 100th AMMS alumni group, with lots of unique photos
AMMS Alumni - 100th AMMS the original site of the 100th AMMS alumni group
55SRW page with an extensive page about 'Drones in South-East Asia'.
Directory of U.S. Military Rockets and Missiles with an extensive page about the Teledyne Ryan Q-2/KDA/xQM-34/BGM-34 Firebee.
Directory of U.S. Military Rockets and Missiles with a page about the Teledyne Ryan XQM-103A dogfight RPV, a derivative of the Model 147.
Edwards AFFTC site with a nice page about the armed BGM-34. Includes a small but unique color photo of a BGM-34A. A slightly different version of that photo can be found in 'Lightning Bugs' (page 181), where it appears to be black!
This Edwards history page has a great color photo on an armed BGM-34A.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Reliability part of a Australian Air Force document, includes Model 147 flight statistics.
FAS site with a short history of the AQM-34, with one photo, specifications.
Russian 'Airbase' site with an extensive page about the various Firebees, all in Russian of course, and a set of photos. Much of it could formerly be found on the Teledyne Ryan site, which no longer exists.
Vietnam War Headless Fighters with a history of the AQM-34 program, and interesting photos.
UAV Center with an overview of UAV history.
Israeli air force site with a page about the Model 124I (I think), a ground-launched version of the Model 147.
Zianet site with a page covering all BQM/AQM/BGM-34 versions.
Some details about NVAF intercepts of Ryan RPV's.
A Spanish UAV page with a nice photo of two AQM-34V's with what appear to be unit badges on the nacelle.
This Arnold Engineering Development Center page has a nice photo of a Model 147 or 234/259 undergoing wind tunnel tests.
The TWA 800 case file has a page about all drones that may be involved in this crash, including some Firebees.
Fang Guojun, a Vietnamese pilot that downed an AQM-34 by colliding with it.
USAF Helicopter Pilot Association showing an AQM-34 underneath a CH-3.
Global Security page about the AQM-34.
Bruce Bailey Collection including some AQM-34's.
A set of DC-130 photos show AQM-34M M-76 with a peculiar nose section.
Alan Johnson's 'Black Magic' site has information on the 100th and 4080th Strategic Reconnaissance Wings that operated most of the AQM-34's. The 350th SRS page contains very interesting Firebee photos
Some links to sites with BQM-34 target drone information:
Standard Aircraft Characteristics BQM-34A Firebee, a 12 page PDF from 1968 (note: this site has hundreds of SACs of all kind of aircraft and weapons)
US Army site with recognition page of the Model 124 BQM-34A. Includes a drawing that is largely identical with that from 'Lightning Bugs', but this one has tailplane endplates, a set-back and larger intake, and the wing sweep is slightly larger than the 45 degrees that I believe is correct.
Vector site with a page covering all American target drones, including the Firebee I and II.
Many Firebees were lost, and here is one that was found again.
The B-26 Invader site has a great page about the drone carrier B-26's by John Nitka, with unique photos of the Q-2A Firebee. Please note that part of the text is invisible in white, but can be seen with Ctrl-A
The San Diego Air & Space Museum put a great collection of Ryan Aeronautical photos online on the Flickr phot-sharing site. The photos include a set of 49 photos of the Q-2 and KDA first-generation Firebees
Joe Idoni is a very enthousiastic wreck chaser, and has dozens of photo reports on his website. Included are three Firebees:
A short article on the Firebee target drone in the January 1954 Popular Mechanics issue
And lastly some links that don't fit the above two categories:
Ryan Aeronautical factory site history, a website presented by the 'Historic American Building Survey' branch of the National Park Service. It contains very detailed information about the former factory site at North Harbor Drive in San Diego