medium artillery


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medium artillery

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'The enemy troops are constantly firing toy-shaped cluster bombs, mortar and medium artillery shells in civilian-populated areas ...
According to military sources, dud shells are the ammunition that fails to explode and bomblets are parts of a medium artillery shell that spread in the targeted area after the shell explodes in the air and usually remain activated from 24 to 48 hours.
Ben Kaye has enlisted help from his father Tom and friends Peter and Robin to restore a 1940 AEC Matador medium artillery tractor
Several units from the Royal Army of Oman would take part, including their mechanised infantry brigades, Challenger II Tanks, paratrooper corps, machine gun and anti-tank units, mortar infantry, light and medium artillery companies, surface-to-air defence batteries, drone recon aircraft, as well as entire platoons of engineers, signalmen, doctors and logistics units.
The exercise included field reconnaissance with the use F-16 fighter jets, Cobra helicopters, field applications, the use of live ammunition from various types of major and supporting weapons, tanks, medium artillery, mortars, Javelin missiles and anti-tank weapons.
These were followed by Heavy and Medium Artillery including various guns present in the inventory of Artillery Regiments such as M-11-A2 guns and 155mm howitzers, which can fire up to 30 kilometres, and 130mm medium guns having a range of 27km.
The 814 guns, with a 40-km range, will equip 40 medium artillery regiments of the Army
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