Artillery Information

Artillery - Nothing personal, just business!
(Motto provided by Dennis Donati)


(Artwork provided courtesy of Ed Kloiber 1/83rd)

Artillery Artifacts

Building The Ultimate Artillery Gun
(Link provided by David Boroff)

M-107 175mm Firing at Trabong Firebase
(Courtesy of Dan O'Brien)

Artillery in Vietnam

Civil War Tools of the Cannoneer
(Courtesy of Neal Schwartz)
M-107 175mm from "C" Battery 1/83rd Firing at Xuan Loc
(Courtesy of Morri Major)

Artillery Operations

Combat Artillery Badge
(Courtesy of Dan O'Brien)

M-107 175mm Gun Specs
(Courtesy of Vietnam Magazine)

Artillery Organization in Vietnam
(Courtesy 1/92nd Artillery)
Current Artillery
8-inch and 175mm Photos
M-107 175mm in Vietnam
(Courtesy of Norm Gallagher)
Artillery Models Field Artillery Branch Insignia History M-107 175mm News Article
(Courtesy of Army Historical Foundation and Jerry Kosty)
Artillery OCS - Ft Sill - Part 1
Part 2
(Courtesy of Neal Schwartz)
Field Artillery Journal (on Facebook)
(These journals date back to the early 1900's and are large size files. Keep this in mind if you download any issues.)
M-110 8" Self-Propelled Howitzer
(Courtesy of Tom Sellers)
Artillery "Silencer"
(Courtesy of Frank Sloan)
Field Artillery Museum (on Facebook)

M-110 8" Self-Propelled Howitzer- Video
(Courtesy of Neal Schwartz)

Artillery Terms - Part 1
(Courtesy of Dan O'Brien)
Field Artillery Song

M-110 8" Howitzer Specs
(Courtesy of Vietnam Magazine)

Artillery Terms - Part 2
(Courtesy of Dan O'Brien)
Field Artillery Song Lyrics

M-110 8" Howitzer Info and Specs
(Courtesy of the Virtual Museum of the Vietnam War Website)

Artillery–King of Battle – Steel Rain
(Courtesy of Neal Schwartz)

Fire! A Brief History of American Field Artillery
(Link provided by Don Aird)

M-110 8" Self-Propelled Howitzer
First Edition

From Sept 14, 1961 - Courtesy of Paul Picciuto)

Army Branch Insignia

General Orders
(Link provided by Dennis Donati)

M-110 8" Self-Propelled Howitzer- Template(T-Shirt)
(Courtesy of Dan O'Brien)

St. Barbara-Patron Saint of the Artillery M-107 175mm Firing at FSB Bastogne
(Courtesy of Dan O'Brien & Neal Schwartz)

"Redlegs" Origin
Added 5/23/2022

US Field Artillery Association Website     

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