Onderwerpindeks: Artillerie

Onderwerpindeks: Artillerie


Artillerie

Duitsland - Frankryk - Italië - Japan - Rusland - Verenigde Koninkryk - Verenigde State - Ander

Duitsland

7,5 cm Feldkanone 16 nA
7.5 cm hoogte Feldkanone/ leFK 18
7,5 cm Feldkanone 38
7,7 cm Feldkanone 96 nvt
7,7 cm Feldkanone 16
9 cm Feldkanone C/73/91
10 cm Kanone 04
10 cm Kanone 14
10 cm Kanone 17
10,5 cm leFH 98/09
10,5 cm leFH 16
10,5 cm leFH 18
10,5 cm leFH 18M
10,5 cm leFH 18/40
15 cm Kanone 16 (Krupp)
15 cm Kanone 18
15 cm Kanone 39
15 cm Kanone (Eisenbahn)
15 cm lange swart Feldhaubitz 13
15cm lange schwere Feldhaubitz 13/02
15 cm swart Feldhaubitz M1893
15 cm swart Feldhaubitze 02
15 cm swart Feldhaubitz 13
15 cm swart Feldhaubitz 18
15 cm schwere Feldhaubitz 18/40 of schwere Feldhaubitz 42
15 cm swart Feldhaubitz 36 L/23
15 cm swart Feldhaubitz 37 (t)
15 cm swart Feldhaubitz 40
15 cm swart Versuchs-Haubitzen L/13 (Ehrhardt)
15 cm Versuchs-Haubitzen 99
15 cm baie haubitz L/30 (Rheinmetaal)
17 cm Kanone 18
17 cm Kanone (Eisenbahn)
17 cm S.K. L/40 'Samuel' in Raderlafette auf Eisenbahnwagen (wielwa op spoorwa)
18,5 cm eksperimentele houwitser L/22 (Krupp)
20,3 cm Kanone (Eisenbahn)
21 cm Kanone 12 (Eisenbahn)
21 cm Morser (M1899)
21 cm Morser L/12 (M1910)
21 cm Mörser 18
21 cm Versuchs Morser L/10 (Krupp)
21 cm Versuchs Morser L/12 (Rheinmetaal)
21 cm Versuchs Morser L/15 (Rheinmetaal)
24 cm Kanone 3
28 cm Haubitze L/12
28 cm Haubitz L/12 in Räderlafette (i.R)
28cm Haubitze L/14 i.R.
28 cm Kanone 5 (Eisenbahn) - ‘schlanke Bertha’ (skraal Bertha)
28 cm kurwe Bruno Kanone (Eisenbahn)
28 cm Küstenhaubitze
28 cm lange Bruno Kanone (Eisenbahn)
28 cm nuwe Bruno Kanone (Eisenbahn)
28 cm donkerbruin Bruno Kanone (Eisenbahn)
30,5 cm Howitzer L/17 i.R. (beta -eenheid)
30,5 cm Mortier L / 8 / Beta-Gerät
30,5 cm schwerer Küstenmörser 09/ Beta-Gerät 09
35,5 cm Haubitze M.1
42cm kurze Marinekanon 12 /Gamma-Gerät
42 cm kurze Marinekanone 14 L/ 12 in Räderlafette M-Gerät/ 'Big Bertha'
80 cm Kanone (Eisenbahn)
Beta-Gerät / 30,5 cm Mortier L / 8
Beta-Gerät 09/ 30.5cm skwerer Küstenmörser 09
'Big Bertha'/ 42cm kurze Marinekanone 14 L/ 12 in Räderlafette M-Gerät
Swaar 30,5 cm Kartaune L/30 (30,5 cm vat L/30 op mortelonderstel)
lange 21 cm Kanone in Schiessgerüst/ lang 21 cm geweer in vuurplatform/ Paris Gun
Langvat 21cm Morser L/14.6
Multiple Rocket Launcher Systems (MLRS)
Paris Gun/ lange 21 cm Kanone in Schiessgerüst/ lang 21 cm geweer in vuurplatform
Schwere 10 cm Kanone 18

Frankryk

Italië

Japan

Rusland

76,2 mm afdelingsgeweermodel 00/02
76,2 mm afdelingsgeweermodel 02/30
76,2 mm afdelingsgeweermodel 1933
76,2 mm afdelingsgeweermodel 1936 (F-22)
76,2 mm afdelingsgeweermodel 1939 (USV)
76,2 mm afdelingsgeweermodel 1942 (ZiS 3)

Verenigde Koninkryk

Ordnance, 7.2in Howitzer Mk I-V
Ordonnansie, 7.2 in Howitzer Mk 6
Ordnance, BL 2.75in berggeweer
Ordonnansie, BL 5-in veldhouwitser
Ordnansie, BLC 15-ponder veldgeweer
Ordonnansie, saamgevoegde BL 10-ponder berggeweer
Ordnance, QF 2.95in berggeweer (pak houwitser)
Ordnance, QF 3.7in berg of pak houwitser
Ordonnansie, QF 4.5 in veldhouwitser
Ordonnansie, QF 15-ponder Ehrhardt (QF 15-ponder Mark I)
Ordonnansie, QF 18-ponder veldgeweer Mk I
Ordonnansie, QF 18-ponder veldgeweer Mk IV
Ordnance, QF 25 -ponder Field Gun 1939 - 1972: Deel een
Ordonnansie, QF 25 -ponder Field Gun 1939 - 1972: Deel twee

Verenigde State

4.7in Howitzer op Railway Mount Model 1917
7in geweer op spoorweg -model 1918
8 -in -geweer op die spoorweg -model, 1918
10in geweer op glybaan
12in Gun 50 Caliber Gun op Railway Mount (gly)
12 in Howitzer op Railway Mount
12in geweer op Batignolles Railway Mount (35 kaliber)
12in Mortier on Railway Mount Model 1918 (10 kaliber)
14in geweer op Railway Mount Model E
MGM-52 Lance Short Range Battlefield taktiese ondersteuningsraketstelsel
MGR-1 Eerlike John Short Range Tactical Battlefield Support Missile System

Ander


Onderwerpindeks: Artillerie - Geskiedenis

[Associated Press] Grafenwoehr, Duitsland, 4 September 1960 - Drie duisend Amerikaanse soldate het vandag hulde gebring tydens 'n eenvoudige gedenkplegtigheid aan sestien kamerade, slagoffers van 'n oefenongeluk Vrydag. Soldate van die Derde Pantserdivisie vergader in 'n holte met 16 gapings in die geledere en voor 'n altaar tussen twee sipresbome. Sestien staalhelms op tafels naby die altaar getuig van die ongeluk wat vyftien mans doodgemaak het en sewe-en-twintig gewond het toe 'n oorlaaide 8-duim-haubitsdop 'n artilleriebaan oorskry en in 'n tentkamp beland het. Een van die beseerde soldate is gister dood. Almal was van die 3de verkenningskader, 12de Golgota, 3de pantserdivisie.

Ek wil u baie bedank vir die plasing van die foto's van die Hoërskool Frankfurt en die ander foto's van Duitsland uit daardie era. My pa was daar gestasioneer van 1960 tot 1963. Ons het in die Edwards Housing Area gewoon. Pa was gestasioneer by Drake Edwards Kaserne, en ek het die Laerskool Atterbury bygewoon. Het nog 'n toer van 1966 tot 1969 gedoen toe ek na die Hoërskool Frankfurt gegaan het. Dit was die beste jare van my lewe. Die bitterswet -grafskrif is ook uitsonderlik gevind. Die einste landskap van ons lewens IS vir altyd verby, sonder om te doen. Ek weet, ek het teruggegaan na Aschaffenburg (waar ons ons tweede toer onderneem het) in 2001. Hoewel Duitsland 'n sekere tydlose kwaliteit het. Alle dinge moet inderdaad verbygaan.

As ek op u webwerf kyk, het ek u foto van u in 1960 in Duitsland in Duitsland gesien. U het die verskriklike artillerie -ongeluk in Grafenwoehr in September daardie jaar genoem. Ek het deur 'n paar ou foto's gekyk wat my pa daar oorgeneem het, en kyk, daar is foto's van die gedenkdiens wat in die veld gehou is vir die sestien gevalle soldate wat die slagoffer van die ongeluk was.

Die foto's is geneem deur my pa, SSG Lowell Fox, ingeval iemand hom sou onthou. Hy was in die 3de Pantserdivisie gestasioneer by Drake Edwards Kaserne in Frankfurt. Alhoewel ek nie die presiese eenheid onthou nie. U kan noem dat sy seun Farley (dit is ek) [email protected] dit gelukkig geskenk en geskenk het, as u wil.

Maart 2021 bevestig Farley dat sy pa ten tyde van die ongeluk in Grafenwöhr was ("ek onthou dat my ma amper mal geword het van bekommernis toe dit gebeur").


Aanbevole leesstof

  • Tales of the Mountain Gunners: 'n bloemlesing saamgestel deur diegene wat saam met hulle gedien het en geredigeer deur C. H. T. MacFetridge en J. P. Warren. Edinburgh  : Blackwood, 1973. Tweede uitgawe, met wysigings 1974, wat die voorkeuruitgawe kan wees.
  • Haal u papegaaie en ape op: die lewe van 'n seunsoldaat in Indië deur William Pennington. Eerste uitgegee deur Cassell UK 2003, sagtebanduitgawe Phoenix, 'n afdruk van Orion Books, Londen 2004 ISBN-10: 0753817837 ISBN-13: 978-0753817834

Artillerie kan direk of indirek afgevuur word. Artillerie is egter die doeltreffendste as dit indirek afgevuur word. Artillerie-aanvalle is gebiedseffekte, en alle reëls wat op sulke wapens geld, is ook van toepassing op artillerie-aanvalle.

Artillerieskade word bepaal deur die heks waar die skoot beland het, en die teiken naby die bars wat uitbars (as dit 'n konvensionele HE -artilleriedop/raket is). 'N Eenheid in dieselfde heks as die impak neem skade aan die artillerie op. Alle skade word toegedien in 5 puntgroepe volgens die CBT Cluster Table. Vir elke heks wat nie van die trefpunt is nie, verminder die skade wat u ontvang deur 10 af te trek van die basiese skadewaarde per heks afstand. Ώ ]

Artillerie kan vlieënde VTOL -vegvoertuie sowel as duikbote onder hul onderskeie wateroppervlak beskadig, as die eenheid in die heks is wat getref is. Beskou die skade per hoogte bo of onder die trefplek as dieselfde as dat die eenheid 'n hoek van die slagplek is, gelyk aan hul hoogte of diepte. ΐ ]

Artillerie kan 'n vyand direk aanval as hulle binne 17 hekse kom en 'n direkte siglyn hê van die eenheid wat die artillerie -stuk met 'n +4 afvuur om die wysiger aan te raak, sonder vlugtyd. Andersins, as daar geen siglyn is nie, gebruik artillerie indirekte vuur soos gewoonlik. Α ] Β ]


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Kuhn, Thomas S. Die struktuur van wetenskaplike revolusies

. Kwarteng, Kwasi, - Oorlog en goud - resensie
Lafayette -veldtog na Yorktown beskrywing van hierdie belangrike stryd - voorlopig, met kaarte.
Landes, David - Rykdom en armoede van nasies - hersiening
Landes, David, Joel Mokyr, William Baumol - The Invention of Enterprise - hersiening
Lavender, David - Bent's Fort - resensie en opsomming met skakels - deur John Sloan
Lewis, Nathan K.- GOLD: The Final Standard
Lawrence, Christopher, America's Modern Wars - Understanding Iraq, Afghanistan and Vietnam - review by John Sloan
Lev, Baruch & Feng Gu - The End of Accounting - hersiening
Lukava, kolonel G. Kategorieë van die kuns van oorlogvoering - Artikel deur die Sowjet -militêre outeur
Machiavelli - oorspronklike essays deur John Sloan en ensiklopedie -artikel
Machiavelli -lys - 'n lys van verwysings oor Machiavelli of sy boeke


Onderwerpindeks: Artillerie - Geskiedenis

Op 19 Februarie 1962 is die 1-29 FA toegewys aan die 5de Infanteriedivisie, in Fort Devens, Massachusetts.
Dit is op 15 Desember 1970 verlig en toegedeel aan die 4de Infanteriedivisie, in Fort Carson, Colorado.
Uiteindelik, aan die einde van 1990, is sy gedeaktiveer as deel van die aftrek van die weermag.

2de miljard, 29ste FA
Unit Motto: "Battle Ready"
Gulf War Unit Motto: "Pathfinders"

Na diens in die Golfoorlog, tydens beide Operation Desert Shield en Operation Desert Storm,
die 2-29 FA keer in Mei 1991 terug na Baumholder en die 8ste Infanteriedivisie.
In 1994 is die bataljon aan Fort Lewis, Washington, toegewys.
Uiteindelik, in 1996, is sy gedeaktiveer as deel van die aftrek van die weermag.

3de miljard, 29ste FA
Eenheidsmotto: "Pacesetters"

Die laaste eenheid vir aktiewe diens, die 3-29 FA Bn, is 'n direkte ondersteuning, M109-A6, Paladin SP Howitzer-bataljon,
werk in direkte ondersteuning van die 3de Brigade -gevegspan, van die 4de Infanteriedivisie,
en is steeds geleë in Fort Carson, Colorado. Op die oomblik is die eenheid onder bevel van LTC Michael Kelliher.

4de miljard, 29ste FA
8ste leereenheid oor ID -eenheid: "Warhawk Thunder"
Eerste leuse van die AD: "Iron Thunder"

In Oktober 1996 het die 4-29 FA begin herontplooi van sy vredesopdrag in Bosnië Herzegowina.
Herontplooiing het einde November 1996 geëindig en hul ontplooiing van tien maande beëindig.
In Februarie 1997 is die bataljon herontwerp na die 4de Bataljon, 27ste Veldartillerie.
Die 4-27 FA is toegewys aan die 1st Armoured Division, gestasioneer in Baumholder, Duitsland.

5de miljard, 29ste FA
Unit Motto: "Eagles"

Die 5-29 FA is gedeaktiveer toe die 4de Infanteriedivisie in Desember 1995 na Fort Hood, Texas, terugvlieg.

Opmerking 1: HHB se eenheidsmotto: "The Cutting Edge"

6de Bn, 29ste FA
Eenheidsmotto: "Kan doen"

Die 6-29 FA het iewers in 1991 hul M109-reeks SP Howitzers ingehandig,
word 'n MLRS -bataljon. Dit is op 15 Julie 1995 gedeaktiveer en herorganiseer
as 'n battery, 94ste FA (MLRS). Baie voormalige 6-29 FA-soldate was in Bosnië
as deel van die Implementation Force in A/94 FA en ander afdelingseenhede.
Dit is nou gestasioneer in Baumholder, Duitsland, en is deel van die 1st Armoured Division.

Nota 1: 'n Kort outobiografie van BG Lynwood B. Lennon, Bn Cdr (66-67), word verskaf!
Nota 2: 'n Afskrif van die jaarlikse historiese opsomming, 66 - 69, word verskaf!
Nota 3: 'n Afskrif van die Presidensiële Eenheid Citation, DA GO 69, word verskaf!
Nota 4: 'n Beampte-rooster van 6-29 FA, Vietnam, 1966-1967, word verskaf.
Nota 5: Kaarte van 6-29 FA, Viëtnamese gebiede van Opns, word verskaf.
Nota 6: 'n Aangewese rooster van A/6-29 FA, Viëtnam, 29 Oktober 1967, word verskaf.
Nota 7: Hoe om by die Spotswood deWitt Chapter (6-29 FA), 4de Infanteriedivisievereniging aan te sluit.
Nota 8: 'n Personeellys van Svc Bty, 6-29 FA, 1984-1987, word verskaf.
Nota 9: 'n Loopbaanprofiel van COL John M. House, die laaste bataljonbevelvoerder, word verskaf!

Doelverkrygingseenhede!
Bestaan ​​van ongeveer 1976 tot 1984 toe die regiment hervorm is!

Battery B (TAB), 29ste artillerie

In 1978, toegewys in Duitsland aan die 3de Infanteriedivisie.

Battery F (TAB), 29ste artillerie

In 1978, toegewys te Grafenwohr, Duitsland met die 1ste Pantserdivisie.
In 1984 herontwerp as Battery B (TAB), 25ste artillerie.

Battery G (TAB), 29ste artillerie

In 1977, aangewys in Fort Hood, Texas, met die 2nd Armoured Division.

Battery H (TAB), 29ste artillerie

In 1976, opgedra by Fort Carson, Colorado, met die 4de Infanteriedivisie.

Battery I (TAB), 29ste artillerie

In 1976, aangestel by Fort Hood, Texas met die 1st Cavalry Division.

Battery K (TAB), 29ste artillerie

In 1978, toegewys aan Fort Polk, Louisiana, met die 5de Infanteriedivisie.


LET WEL: Alle inligting oor die TAB -eenheid is verkry deur
'mond tot mond' van mense wat gedurende hierdie tydperk gedien het.
As iemand meer inligting oor hierdie inligting wil gee, asseblief
gee my die besonderhede, en ek sal verplig word deur dit by te voeg!


Searchlight Units, Viëtnam!

Battery B (SLT), 29ste artillerie

Aanvanklik verbonde aan die 1ste Bn, 30ste FA, vir ongeveer 'n jaar, was B Bty, 29th FA daarna verbonde aan die 4de Bn, 60ste Artillerie, 41ste Artilleriegroep van die I Field Force Artillery, en bedryf uit Qui Nhon, An Khe , en Tuy Hoa.

NOTA 1: 'n Afskrif van die jaarlikse historiese opsomming 1965-67 word verskaf!
NOTA 2: 'n Afskrif van die Presidensiële Eenheid Citation, DA GO 69, word verskaf!

Battery G (SLT), 29ste artillerie
Eenheidsmotto: "Bestryding van vuurvlieë"

Bty G (SLT), 29ste artillerie was verbonde aan die 1ste Bn, 44ste artillerie, en het die 3de mariene afdeling in die noordelike I Corps gebied ondersteun. Gebaseer op Dong Ha en Da Nang, werk hulle van Phu Bai in die suide, tot Con Thien in die noorde en Khe Sanh in die weste.

Opmerking 1: 'n Afskrif van die eenheidshistoriese opsomming, 67-71 word verskaf!
Nota 2: 'n Afskrif van die personeelroosters, 67-70 word verskaf!
Opmerking 3: 'n Afskrif van die geskiedenis van die Amerikaanse afdeling word verskaf!
Nota 4: 'n Verhaal getiteld 60 Minutes of Terror at Mary Ann word gekoppel!
Nota 5: 'n Gedeeltelike afskrif van die Gimlets Last Patrol word verskaf!

Battery H (SLT), 29ste artillerie
Unit Motto: "Light For The Fight"


Klik op Graphic vir 'n oorspronklike

Bty H (SLT), 29ste artillerie ondersteun operasies in die IV Corps -gebied.
Sy peloton en afdelings, met die hoofkwartier in Can Tho, was versprei oor die hele streek:
Die 1ste peloton was gebaseer uit Bac Lieu, ter ondersteuning van die 21ste afdeling (ARVN).
Die 2de peloton was gebaseer uit Dong Tam, ter ondersteuning van die 9de Infanteriedivisie.
Die 3de peloton was gebaseer uit Vinh Long, ter ondersteuning van die 7de Afdeling (ARVN),
en die 5de spesiale magte.

Opmerking 1: 'n Afskrif van die jaarlikse historiese opsomming 67-68 & 70 word verskaf!
Nota 2: 'n Afskrif van die personeellys, Oktober 1967, word verskaf!
Nota 3: 'n Afskrif van die personeellys, Oktober 1968, word verskaf!
Nota 4: 2de peloton motto - "Hurry Sundown"

Battery I (SLT), 29ste artillerie

Bty I (SLT), 29ste artillerie was verbonde aan die 5de Bn, 2de artillerie, toegewys
na die II Field Force Artillery in Long Binh (noord van Saigon).

Battery K (SLT), 29ste artillerie

Bty K (SLT), 29ste artillerie, was 'n soeklig -opleidingseenheid in die staat
tydens die Viëtnam -era, in Fort Bragg, Noord -Carolina. Na die Viëtnam -oorlog,
die Bty verhuis na Fort Polk, Louisianna met die 5de Infanteriedivisie.
Dit is onbekend wat gebeur het nadat die afdeling na die
2de gepantserde afdeling.

29ste veldartillerie
Tydperk van die Koreaanse Oorlog

Baie min is bekend oor hierdie era, maar in 1952 was die 29ste FA Bn naby Friedberg, Duitsland, gestasioneer.
en ondersteun vir die 4de Infanteriedivisie. Die bataljon was onder bevel van 'n LTC Brewer.
Op die oomblik was die 4de Infanteriedivisie Artillerie onder bevel van GEN Harlan H. Harkness!
Op 'n stadium het die 29ste FA Bn verhuis en was dit van 1954 tot 1956 in Bad Neuheim, Duitsland.
Dit is tans onbekend wat daarna gebeur het.

29ste veldartillerie
Tweede Wereldoorlog

Bataljon bevelvoerder
COL Joel F. Thomason
Inligtingbladsy

HQ & HQ Battery, 29ste veldartillerie

Bevelvoerder: CPT Edward C. Green

Hoofkwartier en hoofkwartierbattery, 29ste FA is op 14 Februarie 1946 geaktiveer. Deur 'n reeks reorganisasies was die eenheid die basis vir die vorming van die Searchlight -eenhede van Viëtnam!

Battery A, 29ste veldartillerie

Battery A, 29ste FA is op 14 Februarie 1946 geaktiveer. Deur 'n reeks reorganisasies het
die eenheid het uiteindelik die 1ste Bataljon, 29ste Veldartillerie, op 1 September 1971 geword.

Battery B, 29ste veldartillerie

Bevelvoerder: CPT Vernon P. Burns
Bevelvoerder: CPT Lorton S. Livingston
Bevelvoerder: CPT Wyk R. Kidder
Bevelvoerder: CPT John C. Ausland
Uitvoerende beampte: 1LT Charles T. Tobin
Battlefield Commission - Was die 1SG!

Battery B, 29ste FA is op 14 Februarie 1946 geaktiveer. Deur 'n reeks reorganisasies het
die eenheid het uiteindelik in Viëtnam diens gedoen.

Battery C, 29ste veldartillerie

Bevelvoerder: CPT James C. Hurst
Uitvoerende beampte: 1LT William G. Cole
Assistent XO: 1LT Jack J. Cunningham

Battery C, 29ste FA is op 14 Februarie 1946 gedeaktiveer. Deur 'n reeks reorganisasies het
die eenheid is toegewys aan die weermagreservaat en het uiteindelik die
3de Bataljon, 29ste Veldartillerie!

Diensbattery, 29ste veldartillerie

Bevelvoerder: CPT James N. McNutt

Diensbattery, 29ste FA, is op 14 Februarie 1946 gedeaktiveer.


Belangrike historiese nota:

Tydens die Tweede Wêreldoorlog was die 29ste FA Bn deel van die IVY se 8ste Vegspan, wat die
8ste Infanterieregiment. Die 2de Bataljon, 8ste Infanterie is uiteindelik onder bevel van
LTC George L. Mabry, Medal of Honor -ontvanger, en 'n hoogs versierde soldaat.
Hy was die tweede mees versierde, net agter CPT Audie Murphy!


29ste veldartillerie
Eerste Wêreldoorlog

Sy is op 5 Julie 1918 in Camp Funston, Kansas, gestig en is gedeaktiveer
op 4 Februarie 1919 sonder om ooit na die Europese teater te gaan.

Navorsing het gedurende hierdie tydperk nog geen wesenlike inligting verskaf oor die struktuur binne die 29ste veldartillerie nie. Dit moes egter soortgelyk wees aan die 30ste FA, wat destyds uit 2 bataljons bestaan ​​het! Die 1ste bataljon, met batterye A, B en C, en die 2de bataljon met batterye D, E en F. Alle geweerbatterye was beman met 4 beamptes, ongeveer 200 ingeskryf, en het ses geweerafdelings van 4,7 duim/120 mm Gewere (met 'n perd getrek). Dit is onduidelik presies hoe die opdrag- en beheerstruktuur binne die elemente Headquarters & Combat Trains gewerk het!


LET WEL: As iemand meer inligting oor hierdie inligting wil gee, asseblief
gee my die besonderhede, en ek sal verplig word deur dit by te voeg!

MSG Danny L. Fisher (Ret)
Voormalige bataljon motorsersant
Diensbattery, 6-29 FA
Upstate New York
In The Adirondacks


The Federal siege train [ edit | wysig bron]

Rifled guns [ edit | wysig bron]

The Civil War was the first major war to see the use of rifled artillery. Rifling gave the guns greater velocity, range, accuracy and penetrating power, making smoothbore siege guns obsolete. The ranges of these guns is somewhat problematic. The 6.4 inch (100-pounder) Parrott rifle had a maximum range of 8,845 yards (5 mi 8 km) (Parrott 1863, p.م). However, the absence of suitable sights (Abbot 1867, pp.㻙–90). and a good system of directing fire on targets that could not be seen from the gun, limited the effective range of the rifled guns.

The bombardment of Fort Pulaski demonstrated that rifled guns were extremely effective against masonry fortifications. The reduction of Fort Macon two weeks later confirmed this. Later experiences at the campaign against Charleston Harbor and the siege of Petersburg showed that rifled guns are much less effective against earthen field works.

James rifles [ edit | wysig bron]

During the early part of the war, the Federal army lacked rifled siege artillery. To fill this gap, the army rifled existing smoothbore pieces with the system developed by Charles T. James. Firing shot and shells also designed by James, these newly rifled smoothbores gave good service during the bombardment of Fort Pulaski in April 1862. However they were retired from frontline service soon after.

Smoothbore guns Rifled with James System

4.5-inch siege rifle [ edit | wysig bron]

The 4.5-inch siege rifle looks like a larger version of the 3-inch ordnance rifle and it is often called a 4.5-ordnance rifle. However, the 4.5-inch Siege rifle was of conventional cast iron construction and did not use the welded wrought iron construction of the 3-inch ordnance rifle. The 4.5-inch siege rifle fired shells weighing about 30 pounds (depending on the specific type of shell). It weighed 3,450 pounds and was 133 inches long. The gun’s only vice was that it suffered from excessive erosion of the vent caused by the hot gasses flowing through the vent when the gun was fired. The vent could be too large to fire the gun after 400 discharges (Abbot 1867, p.㻙). This problem could be remedied by insertion of a copper vent piece (bouche).

In addition to its use as siege artillery, two batteries of 4.5- siege rifles (8 guns total) accompanied the Army of the Potomac as “heavy” field artillery between 1862 and 1864. The big guns were intended for long range firing against Confederate artillery. Although the guns showed very good mobility, they saw little action (Abbot 1867, pp.𧆕–55).

Parrott rifles [ edit | wysig bron]

Robert Parker Parrott (1804–77), an 1824 graduate of the United States Military Academy, developed a new form of rifled artillery using a cast iron barrel with a reinforcing wrought iron band around the breech. He first produced 2.9-inch (10-pounder) and 3.67-inch (20-pounder) rifles for the field artillery. He later produced four larger rifled guns that were used as siege artillery. These heavy Parrott rifles became the mainstays of the Federal siege train.

4.2-inch (30-pounder) Parrott rifle [ edit | wysig bron]

The 4.2-inch (30-pounder) rifles were the most widely used of the Parrott siege guns. It was mounted on a conventional siege carriage. The early pattern guns had the elevating screw under the breech, while newer pattern gun had a long screw running through the cascabel. The long elevating screws of the newer models was subject to breaking (Abbot 1867, p.㻚). The 4.2-inch Parrott rifles were preferred over the 4.5-inch siege rifles because of the superiority of Parrott shells over the various shells available for the 4.5-inch siege rifle. The 4.2-inch Parrott rifles did not have the same problems with bursting that were with found with the larger Parrott rifles. During the siege of Petersburg 44 4.2-inch Parrott rifles fired 12,209 rounds (Abbot 1867, pp.𧆠,170). Only one gun burst when a shell detonated before clearing the muzzle (Abbot 1867, p.㻗). One 4.2-inch Parrott rifle also burst during the campaign against Charleston harbor, but only after it had fired 4,606 rounds (Abbot 1867, p.㻗).

6.4-inch (100-pounder) Parrott rifle [ edit | wysig bron]

The 6.4-inch (100-pounder) Parrott Rifle was potent siege gun capable of great accuracy and long range with heavy projectiles. For use as a siege gun, it was mounted on a front pintle barbette carriage. It did, however, tend to burst. Of the three hundred 6.4-inch Parrott riles in service with the U.S. Navy, 19 burst (Ripley 1984, p.𧅵). During the campaign against Charleston harbor, one burst at 122 rounds and another burst at 1,151 rounds (Gilmore 1890, p.㺠). The army retained their enthusiasm for the guns. General Quincy A. Gilmore, commander of the Federal forces at Charleston, said “[t]here is, perhaps, no better system of rifled cannon than Parrotts certainly none more simple in construction, more easily understood, or that can with more safety be placed in the hands of inexperienced men for use.” (Gilmore 1890, p.㺟).

8-inch (200-pounder) Parrott rifle [ edit | wysig bron]

The 8-inch (200-pounder) Parrott Rifle was essentially an enlarged 6.4-inch Parrott rifle with the same vices and virtues. The most famous 8-inch Parrott rifle was the “Swamp Angel” used for the bombardment of the city of Charleston. It burst at the 36th discharge.

10-inch (300-pounder) Parrott rifle [ edit | wysig bron]

Only three 10-inch (300-pounder) saw service during the war, all placed on Morris Island during the campaign against Charleston harbor. It was mounted on a center pintle, barbette carriage. It was essentially an enlarged 8-inch Parrott rifle, although it was believed to be somewhat more accurate than the 8-inch rifle (Turner 1890, p.𧇞). One 10-inch Parrott rifle on Morris Island was disabled soon after it first opened fire by the premature detonation of a shell, which blew about 18 inches off its muzzle. The ragged end of the muzzle was trimmed even by soldiers working with cold chisels, and the gun fired another 370 times without any appreciable difference in range or accuracy. The gun was subsequently permanently disabled by additional premature detonation of shells.

Parrott rifle gallery [ edit | wysig bron]

Whitworth Rifles [ edit | wysig bron]

Battery of 5-inch Whitworth rifles on Morris Island during campaign against Charleston harbor.

The Federal forces at Charleston used two British 5-inch Whitworth muzzleloading rifles that had been captured aboard a blockade runner. Served by sailors of the blockading squadron, the guns proved to be entirely unsuccessful. Shells failed to take the rifling, exploded prematurely, and solid shot could not reach their target (Wise 1994, p.𧆝). They could only be loaded by heavy blows with a handspike (a heavy wooden bar used to move a gun). One of them became disabled when the barrel slipped within the reinforcing sleeve, blocking the vent. This caused the navy to stop using the other Whitworth also (Turner 1890, p.𧇟).

Naval guns [ edit | wysig bron]

An XI-inch Navy Dahlgren gun emplaced on Morriss Island in 1864

The navy has traditionally provided siege artillery to the army when needed. The Civil War was no exception to this rule. Seamen from the USS Wabash manned the Whitworth rifles and two 8-inch Parrott rifles during the campaign against Charleston harbor. Seamen also manned 5 navy XI-inch Dahlgren guns emplaced on Morris Island in 1864. In the siege of Vicksburg, the Federal Army of the Tennessee had no siege artillery, so the U.S. Navy placed at least two of their 8-inch guns into batteries ashore (Hickenlooper 1888, p.𧌜).

Mortars [ edit | wysig bron]

Three primary types of mortars were used during the war: siege & garrison (light), seacoast (heavy), and Coehorns are also classified as siege & garrison. (Ripley 1984, pp.㺼–61) While guns were intended to batter down the walls of a fortification during a siege, mortars were designed to fire explosive shells over the walls of the fortification, killing the garrison, forcing the garrison to stay in bombproof shelters, preventing the garrison from serving their guns and repairing damage caused by the bombardment. Mortars could also destroy structures inside the fortification such as barracks and kitchens. Heavier mortar shells could penetrate magazines and many bombproof shelters. In defense of fortifications, siege and garrison mortars could harass work parties constructing siege batteries and trenches. They could also be used for fire suppression against siege batteries. Seacoast mortars could penetrate the decks of wooden ships and even threaten the deck plating of ironclad vessels. (Ripley 1984, pp.㺺–59)

The 8-inch and 10-inch siege mortars had a maximum ranges of 2,225 and 2,064 yards, respectively, (Abbot 1867, pp.㺧–40) and the 13-inch seacoast mortar had a maximum range of 4,300 yards, but their effective ranges were much shorter. For the 8-inch siege mortar at a range of 800 yards, about 50% of the shells would fall within a 50-yard radius of the target. With the 10-inch siege mortars at 875 yards, about 60% of the shells would fall within a 40-yard radius of the target. The 13-inch seacoast mortar could be expected to be more accurate. (Abbot 1867, p.㺧)

Coehorn mortars were lighter mortars, designed to be brought well forward in the trenches.

With the replacement of masonry fortifications with earthen works, mortars became more important. Works that could resist the horizontal fire of guns were still vulnerable to the vertical fire of mortars.

Wooden mortars [ edit | wysig bron]

The Union Army of the Tennessee, not having a proper siege train at the siege of Vicksburg, was forced to improvise. The artillerymen took short sections of gum-tree logs, bored them out to accept six or twelve pound shells, and hooped the logs with iron bands. These wooden mortars reportedly served well (Hickenlooper 1888, p.𧌜). Edward Porter Alexander reported that Confederate experiments with wooden mortars were not successful (Alexander 1883, p.𧅮).

Mortar gallery [ edit | wysig bron]


Rekords

In sy memoir Forty One Years in India, Lord Roberts described his first encounter with the Bengal Horse Artillery in 1852. The text contains a description of the regiment's uniform.

From Cawnpore I went to Meerut, and there came across, for the first time, the far-famed Bengal Horse Artillery, and made the acquaintance of a set of officers who more than realized my expectations regarding the wearers of the much-coveted jacket, association with whom created in me a fixed resolve to leave no stone unturned in the endeavour

to become a horse gunner. Like the Cavalry and Infantry of the East India Company's service, the Artillery suffered somewhat from the employment of many of its best officers on the staff and in civil appointments  the officers selected were not seconded or replaced in their regiments. This was the case in a less degree, no doubt, in the Horse Artillery than in the other branches, for its esprit was great, and officers were proud to belong to this corps d'elite. It certainly was a splendid service the men were

the pick of those recruited by the East India Company, they were of magnificent physique, and their uniform was singularly handsome. The jacket was much the same as that now worn by the Royal Horse Artillery, but instead of the busby they had a brass helmet covered in front with leopard skin, surmounted by a long red plume,which drooped over the back like that of a French Cuirassier. This, with white buckskin breeches and long boots, completed a uniform which was one of the most picturesque and effective I have ever seen on a parade-ground. ΐ ]


Subject Index: Artillery - History

Division Artillery, Motorized, Infantry Division

Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, Motorized, Division Artillery, Infantry Division

Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, Motorized, Field Artillery Group

Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, Motorized, Field Artillery Brigade

Field Artillery Battalion, Motorized, 105-mm Howitzer, Truck-Drawn

Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, Motorized, Field Artillery Battalion, 105-mm Howitzer, Truck-Drawn or Tractor-Drawn

Field Artillery Battery, Motorized, 105-mm Howitzer, Truck-Drawn

Service Battery, Field Artillery Battalion, Motorized, 105-mm Howitzer, Truck-Drawn

Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, Motorized, Field Artillery Battalion, 155-mm Howitzer, or 4.5-inch Gun, Truck-Drawn or Tractor-Drawn

Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, Motorized, Corps Artillery

Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, Motorized, Field Artillery Battalion, 155-mm Gun, 8-inch Gun, 8-inch Howitzer, or 240-mm Howitzer, Truck-Drawn, or Tractor-Drawn, or Self-Propelled

Field Artillery Observation Battalion

Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, Field Artillery Observation Battalion

Field Artillery Observation Battery

Field Artillery Battalion, Motorized, 155-mm Gun, Self-Propelled

Field Artillery Battery, Motorized, 155-mm Gun, Self-Propelled

Service Battery, Motorized, Field Artillery Battalion, 155-mm Gun, Self-Propelled

Division Artillery, Mountain Division

Division Artillery, Armored Division

Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, Division Artillery, Armored Division

Armored Field Artillery Battalion

Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, Armored Field Artillery Battalion

Battery, Armored Field Artillery Battalion

Service Battery, Armored Field Artillery Battalion

Division Artillery, Airborne Division

Field Artillery Battalion, Motorized, 155-mm Howitzer, or 4.5-inch Gun, Tractor-Drawn

Field Artillery Battery, Motorized, 155-mm Howitzer, or 4.5-inch Gun, Tractor-Drawn

Service Battery, Motorized, Field Artillery Battalion, 155-mm Howitzer, or 4.5-inch Gun, Tractor-Drawn

Field Artillery Battalion, Motorized, 155-mm Gun, Tractor-Drawn

Field Artillery Battery, Motorized, 155-mm Gun, Tractor-Drawn

Service Battery, Motorized, Field Artillery Battalion, 155-mm Gun, 8-inch Gun, 8-inch Howitzer, or 240-mm Howitzer, Tractor-Drawn

Field Artillery Battalion, Motorized, 8-inch Howitzer, Tractor-Drawn

Field Artillery Battery, Motorized, 8-inch Howitzer, Tractor-Drawn

Field Artillery Battalion, Motorized, 240-mm Howitzer, or 8-inch Gun, Tractor-Drawn

Field Artillery Battery, Motorized, 240-mm Howitzer, or 8-inch Gun, Tractor-Drawn

(Note: For additional Armored units see also the Engineers, Field Artillery, Infantry, Medical, Ordnance, Signal, and Military Police categories.)

Clothing and Individual Equipment

Regulating Stations & Base Depots

Military Intelligence

Antiaircraft Artillery

Transportation (Water & Rail)

(Note: For additional Transportation units see also the Freebies section.)

(Note: For additional Mountain units see also the Field Artillery, Infantry, and Cavalry categories.)

(Note: For additional Airborne units see also the Cavalry, Engineers, Field Artillery, Infantry, Medical, Ordnance, Quartermaster, Signal, Military Police, and Antiaircraft Artillery categories.)


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