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Fow-VUS705Mortar Platoon (Airmobile)5.55includes one Command M16 team, one Staff team, one Gun section with three M114A1 155mm howitzers with crew one Small three-hole base, one Medium four-hole base & three Large six-hole bases. Development of the 155mm howitzer M1 began during the late 1930s, when the United States Army determined it needed a new medium field artillery piece to replace the World War One vintage howitzer M1917. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-VUS715Mortar Platoon5.55includes one Command M16 Rifle team, two Mortar sections each with two M29 81mm mortars and crew, one Small three-hole base & four Medium four-hole bases. By 1952, the M1 81mm mortar which had served US armed forces during the Second World War and into the Korean War had been superseded by the M29 81mm mortar. The M29 offered an increase in range and portability due to a reduction in weight when compared to the older M1 (42kg vs. 62kg). BattlefrontFlames of War