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TMRS2 "Azaņa" Tank Mounted Rocket System saries

TMRS2 "Azaņa" Tank Mounted Rocket System

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The TMRS2 "Azaņa" Tank Mounted Rocket System



Type: Self Propelled Artillery
Designed: 1942-1945
Introduced: 1945
Manufacturer: Coron Electro
Nation of Origin: Corindia
Operators: Corindia (retired)


Cost: 10000 USD (1945)
Caliber: 180mm
Barrels: 20
Elevation: -5° to 25°
Traverse: 360°
Muzzle velocity: 210 m/s
Maximum firing range: 3200m


The TMRS2 "Azaņa" Tank Mounted Rocket System


The TMRS2 was a tank-mounted multiple rocket launcher used by the Corindi Army during World War II and the First Imperial War. The launcher was placed atop the AC8, and fired a barrage of 180 mm HE or Chemical rockets from 20 launch tubes. It was developed and used in the late stages of the Pacific Wars; it saw limited combat in 1945-1947.

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Contemporary Corindi Armored Vehicles:

AC8
SPA8

Related Pages:
Historical Military Equipment


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SPA9 "Demon" Self Propelled Artillery saries

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The SPA9 "Demon" Self Propelled Artillery



Type: Self Propelled Artillery
Designed: 1941-1943
Introduced: 1943
Manufacturer: Iberia Motors
Nation of Origin: Corindia
Operators: Corindia (retired)


Cost: 70000 USD (1943)
Crew: 8
Weight: 27 Metric Tonnes
Speed: 38km/h
Length: 6.09m
Width: 2.9m
Height: 2.54m
Armor:
10-60mm
Main armament:
175mm Howitzer
Maximum firing range: 16800m


The SPA9 "Demon" Self Propelled Artillery


The SPA8 was designed by Iberia Motors during the course of the Second World War and the First Imperial War. It was a Corindi self-propelled artillery vehicle built on a widened and lengthened AC8 chassis. It was designed to replace the earlier SPA8.

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Contemporary Corindi Armored Vehicles:
AC14
AC8
SPA8

Related Pages:
Historical Military Equipment


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SPA8 "Tartalo" Self Propelled Artillery saries

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The SPA8 "Tartalo" Self Propelled Artillery



Type: Self Propelled Artillery
Designed: 1940-1941
Introduced: 1941
Manufacturer: Rod Automotive Works
Nation of Origin: Corindia
Operators: Corindia (retired)


Cost: 45000 USD (1938)
Crew: 8
Weight: 24 Metric Tonnes
Speed: 41km/h
Length: 6.02m
Width: 2.87m
Height: 2.54m
Armor:
10-60mm
Main armament:
105mm Howitzer
Secondary armament:
1 x 12.7mm Granito heavy machine gun


The SPA8 "Tartalo" Self Propelled Artillery


The SPA8 was designed by Rod Automotive Works during the course of the Second World War and the First Imperial War. A self-propelled artillery vehicle with sufficient firepower to support armored operations was needed, and it was also known that this vehicle would have to be armored and fully tracked to be fully effective with armored formations. It was decided to use the AC8 chassis as the basis for this new vehicle design.

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Contemporary Corindi Armored Vehicles:
AC14
AC8

Related Pages:
Historical Military Equipment


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