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PostPosted: Mon Mar 02, 2009 1:48 pm
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I know almost nothing about post WWII things, can you all ID these? if someone can I will post all titles over at the CDSG site....

tinyurl.com/azj7ue


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 02, 2009 3:38 pm
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I'll kick it off, I know the tank-based ones pretty well (plus the XM104 from my APG pics):

58: M44
59: M108
60: M110
61: T162
63: XM104

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80 is a Ford JB-2 rocket (US copy of the German V1 rocket)

85 is an M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System

77 seems to be a big thing... Mr. Green

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 02, 2009 5:37 pm
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77 is a big thing Smile

I will start listing them Wednesday, tomorow I've going to look at Mr Hunnicutts notebooks, doesn't that sound fun?
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 02, 2009 6:27 pm
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BTW, I posted a thread for identification of the towed pieces over on the Artillery forum: www.com-central.net/in...ic&t=10929

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 02, 2009 9:00 pm
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I think its finished for right now we have a couple more but I have no idea what they are without a little more research here's the new link to see em. Thanks to Brad for posting an everyone for helping ID them

tinyurl.com/ak4frm
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Looks like an M42 Duster has already showed up at the Fort Sill Museum...

kcamps.org/gallery2/ma...emId=16847

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Neil - Are you sure that picture 67 768 are both 8" guns? I believe 67 is actually a 240mm Howitzer. Same mount, different gun tube. (Like the 8" Howitzer and 155mm gun).

And is #55 a British 'Light 105' I don't know the designation. The only thing that makes me doubt myself on it is that Jared or one of the other UK based folks didn't already ID it.

#73, 75, & 76 I think are ex Iraqi guns. Just guessing but is #75 a South African G5 155mm gun?

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Pic N° 3 is a Bell UH-1 Huey

Pic N°1 looks like a Piper cub but I don't know exactly which model it is.

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Neil - Are you sure that picture 67 768 are both 8" guns? I believe 67 is actually a 240mm Howitzer. Same mount, different gun tube. (Like the 8" Howitzer and 155mm gun).

Bob I think you are right, notice the step in the tube just forward of the recoil cylinder on number 68. maybr I'm seeing things..
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- bsmart
Neil - Are you sure that picture 67 768 are both 8" guns? I believe 67 is actually a 240mm Howitzer. Same mount, different gun tube. (Like the 8" Howitzer and 155mm gun).


Uh... I just posted links, I guess someone misidentified the 240 in one of them? Otherwise, I'm not sure what you are talking about... But I think you're right FWIW...

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Neil - Are you sure that picture 67 & 68 are both 8" guns? I believe 67 is actually a 240mm Howitzer. Same mount, different gun tube. (Like the 8" Howitzer and 155mm gun).


Uh... I just posted links, I guess someone misidentified the 240 in one of them? Otherwise, I'm not sure what you are talking about... But I think you're right FWIW...

Neil


Damn - I shot the messenger again And my wife wonders why the postman is in such a hurry to drop the mail and run.

Hey Armyjunk - I think you own the thread that Neil pointed to Mr. Green so they are yours to correct. And I just noticed another. Atomic Annie is a 280mm gun not a 240

Sorry

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55 is a M119, or the prototype for it.
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Numero Uno is a Cessna O-1 Bird Dog, # 2 is at least based on the Hiller H-123 "Raven", but I have never seen it with such a big canopy, # 3 is either a B or E model UH-1, I would need to check my references but am currently away from them... Ooops, I do not know anything about either rotary or fixed wingy thingies, I seem to be channelling Bob Steinbrunn again. Cool



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PostPosted: Tue Mar 03, 2009 2:48 pm
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There are a couple of new ones on that second link compared to when I looked at the first one:

56: listed as M7 looks to me like an M7B1 (side plates, cast nose, trailing return rollers)
72: 'USSR 122mm M1974' - this isn't a designation I recognise, I guess it's a US one (like 'Foxbat', 'Gecko', etc.). I believe it's a 2S1 Gvozdika.

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