This Is How The U.S. Army Was Able To Double The Range Of Its 155mm Artillery


File photo – Artillerymen of 1st Battalion, 41st Field Artillery Regiment fire M109 Alpha 6 Paladins, on Tapa Army Base, Estonia, Nov. 27, 2015. (U.S. Army photo by: Sgt Caitlyn Byrne, 10th Press Camp Headquarters)

FOX News/Warrior Maven: How did the Army double the range of artillery attack?The Army has employed engineering adjustments to increase its 155mm artillery power.

What if an attacking U.S. Army ground force knew its ultra-long-range artillery had already decimated enemy supply lines and troop fortifications in advance of their move to take out the enemy?

Moreover, what if all of that bombardment had been done from a safer standoff range? It is not hard to imagine that such a U.S. force could maneuver with more confidence and more clearly-defined objectives by virtue of having already achieved certain essential battle aims.

With this kind of scenario in mind, the Army has employed engineering adjustments to increase its 155mm artillery power and literally “double” the range out to as far as 70km (43.4 miles).

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WNU Editor: It was strange to read this post. The Pentagon is no longer keeping its secrets. They might as well publish the blueprints.

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