- Kryl 155mm Self-Propelled Howitzer
- The howitzer is intended to destroy air defence missiles, missile systems, command posts, armoured and mechanised units, artillery batteries, communication posts and field fortifications, and other support and supply objects.
- Watch a new AHS Krab howitzer fire its powerful cannon
- I am surprised that there's 'new' artillery being produced. Surely with the advances in computing power, let alone the miniaturisation of missiles, these are just sitting ducks for a return fire calculation attack?
- The Outlook of DDoS Threats in 2015
- The Panzerhaubitze 2000 is a 155 mm self-propelled howitzer capable of Multiple Rounds Simultaneous Impact (MRSI). Essentially, the artillery shells are fired with different trajectories, but all impact the target concurrently.
- Paladin PIM: The Little Cannon That Could & The Future Of The Armored Brigade
- HUNTSVILLE, ALA.: After 20 years and two costly cancelled programs, the US Army finally has a new artillery vehicle. While the ceremonial rollout isn't till Thursday, contractor BAE Systems has already delivered the first pair of self-propelled howitzers.
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