Video compilation of artillerymen during conducting live fire training exercises with the GIAT LG1, M102 and M119A3 105mm howitzers.
With a well-trained crew, a 105 mm-Howitzer can launch around ten shells per minute, in a distance of up to 15 kilometers.
Lightweight artillery can be easily airlifted by helicopter, or dropped by parachute, it is easier to change azimuth of fire and does not need a recoil pit.
Credits: Video by OR-8 Florian Fregen, OR-7 Michael O’Brien, Verboven Stijn; U.S. Marine Corps video by Staff Sgt. Donald Holbert, Lance Cpl. Tanner D. Lambert; U.S Army National Guard video by Spc. Stephen M. Wright; U.S. Army video by Gertrud Zach | United States Department of Defense
Thumbnail Credit: U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Donald Holbert
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