Here are four new artillery walkarounds. Two of them are from South Carolina Military Museum – the Spanish 18pdr Fortress Cannon and the German 10.5 cm leFH 16 Field Howitzer and two more are from Saumur – the Italian Obice da 75mm/18 Modello 35 and the French 47mm SA37 Anti-Tank Gun.
Here are the photos of the museum ship – destroyer HMCS Haida (DDE-215) located in Hamilton, ON, Canada. In addition to the ship itself here are the photos of various armaments from the ship – Quad Torpedo Launcher with Mk.IX Torpedoes, 4-inch/45 Mk.16 Twin Naval Mount, 40mm Mark VII Bofors Anti-Aircraft Mount and 40-mm QF2 Mk. VIII Single Anti-Aircraft Mount.
Here are four artillery pieces from four different countries and three continents. From Auckland, NZ comes the British RML 7″ 7-ton Coast Defense Gun displayed near Auckland War Memorial Museum, from Paris, France we’ve added the French 75mm Mle 1897 Field Gun located in Musée de l’Armée, from US here is the US 81mm M1 Mortar from now defunct Military Museum of Southern New England in Danbury, CT and finally from Canada – British Q.F. 40 mm Mk.1 Bofors Anti-Aircraft Gun at Fort Rodd-Hill in Esquimalt.
Here are four different artillery pieces – the US 13″ Mortar from White Point Gardens in Charleston, SC, the British 1″ Nordenfelt gun photographed in the Tower of London, the 4.7″ Armstrong Coast Defense Gun currently residing in Newport, RI and the Nebelwerfer 41 15-cm photographed during an even in Richmond, CA.
Here are four new artillery albums from two different countries. Two guns from the France are the German 7.7cm Feldkanone 96 and the Soviet 120-HM 38 120mm Mortar, both from the Musée de l’Armée in Paris. The two from New Zealand were photographed in Auckland – British 64pdr RML Coast-Defense Gun and Japanese 13.2mm Type 93 Anti-Aircraft Machine Gun from Auckland War Museum.
Here are four different artillery pieces from different places in the world. From Batey ha-Osef Museum in Tel Aviv, Israel we have a Soviet S-23 180mm Gun, from Musee des Blindes in Saumur, France we posted a German 2cm Flakvierling 38 Anti-Aircraft Gun, from Sydney, Australia we added the photos of the German 105mm SK/L40 Naval Gun that was removed from the wreck of SMS Emden and finally from Military Museum of Southern New England in Danbury, CT in US comes a US 106mm M40 Recoilless Rifle.
Today we’ll have a naval themed update from Battleship Cove in Massachusetts. While the main ships from there have already been posted to our gallery, here are four smaller items from there – Soviet Tarantula class missile boat USNS Hiddensee, Higgins LCM(3) landing craft, 570mm Mark13 Mod 1 Torpedo and a US 20mm/70 Oerlikon anti-aicraft gun.
Posted four different artillery albums from four different countries. From Russia, posted the Tsar Pushka, photographed in Moscow’s Kremlin, from Belgium added the 75mm Cockerill-Nordenfeld Mle 1896 Field Gun seen in Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History in Brussels, from Australia came the British QF 25pdr Mark II Field Gun photographed in a town of Cann River and finally from US added the 8″ Rifled Dahlgren Cannon on a Naval Mount that was found at Patriots Point Museum in Charleston SC.
Posted four different albums of naval subjects from all over the US. From Patriot’s Point in Charleston SC added the destroyer USS Laffey DD-724 and it’s 5″/38 Mark 38 Twin Dual-Purpose Mount. From Portland, OR posted the photos of Tugboat Portland and from Morro Bay, CA added the album for DSRV-2 Avalon.
Posted four different artillery pieces from four different locations – US 10″ Rodman Cannon on the Model 1861 Barbette Mount from West Black Point Battery in Fort Mason, San Francisco, Belgian 57mm Cockerill-Nordenfeld Mle 1888 Fortress Gun from Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History in Brussels, Belgium, US 155mm M1 Howitzer from Fort Sill and Soviet 76mm Kurchevsky Model 1935 Recoilless Gun from Victory Park Museum in Moscow, Russia.
Posted four different albums from MCAS Miramar Air Show 2014 – 155mm M777A2 Field Gun, Navy SEAL Desert Patrol Vehicle, Special Boat Team 12 Craft and M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS).