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Fort Macleod's Anonymous

Crewmen of an M110 203 mm self-propelled howitzer man their positions

An M-163A1 Vulcan self-propelled anti-aircraft gun is deployed during a field exercise

An M110 203 mm (8-inch) self-propelled howitzer moves down a road during a field training exercise

Artillerymen camouflage an M-110 203mm (8-inch) self-propelled howitzer during a field training exercise

A right front view of a Soviet ZSU-23-4 quad 23 mm self-propelled anti-aircraft gun

Camouflage covers an M109A1 155 mm self-propelled howitzer during a field training exercise

US Army soldiers drape camouflage netting over an M109A1 155 mm self-propelled howitzer during a field training exercise

US Army soldiers drape camouflage netting over an M109A1 155 mm self-propelled howitzer during a field training exercise

Ammunition is loaded into M107 175 mm self-propelled howitzers during a live-fire exercise

An M-110 203mm self-propelled howitzer is parked on the flight line prior being loaded aboard a YC-15 aircraft during a heavy loading test

An M-109A1 155mm self-propelled howitzer is offloaded from a YC-15 aircraft during a heavy loading test

An M-109A1 155mm self-propelled howitzer is parked on the flight line prior being loaded aboard a YC-15 aircraft during a heavy loading test

An M-109A1 155mm self-propelled howitzer is offloaded from a YC-15 aircraft during a heavy loading test

An M110 203 mm (8-inch) self-propelled howitzer moves out during a combat training exercise

A defense weapons system with gun dish fire control radar and quad 40 mm anti-aircraft guns mounted on an M109 chassis, is used to simulate a Soviet ZSU-23-4 during the Joint Attack Weapons System exercise

Members of Co. A, 4th Bn., 73rd Armor, wash M-60 tanks and a British 175mm self-propelled artillery (SPA) at the wash rack during Reforger training exercises at the 7th Army Training Command

An M-163 Vulcan self-propelled anti-aircraft gun maneuvers into firing position during Joint Readiness Exercise Brave Shield XVIII

An M-109 155mm self-propelled howitzer of Battery C, 7th Bn., 19th Field Artillery, pauses on the crest of a hill during Joint Readiness Exercise Brave Shield XVIII

A left front view of an M-110 203mm self-propelled howitzer during a training exercise

U.S. Army military policemen observe an M-110 203mm howitzer passing by with a convoy of other vehicles

An M110 203 mm self-propelled howitzer is hidden by smoke during a training exercise. An M548 tracked cargo carrier is in the background

A right front view of an M110 203 mm self-propelled howitzer underway during a training exercise

The driver maneuvers an M110 203 mm self-propelled howitzer during a training exercise

A right front view of an M110 203 mm self-propelled howitzer underway during a training exercise

The crew of an M110 203 mm self-propelled howitzer participates in a twilight training exercise

A left side view of an M53 155 mm self-propelled Howitzer used as a target

A left front view of an M-42A1 40mm self-propelled anti-aircraft gun being prepared for action during joint Air Force and US Readiness Command training exercise Brave Shield XIX

Army personnel man an M-163 20mm Vulcan self-propelled anti-aircraft gun during joint Air Force and U.S. Readiness Command training exercise Brave Shield XIX

An M-60A1 tank crew from the Artillery Demonstration Unit gives support to Marine officer candidates who are training in combat tactics

Secretary of Defense Caspar W. Weinberger is taken by jeep to inspect the LVTP-7 command tracked landing vehicle, self-propelled howitzers and M-60A1 tanks. This heavy equipment is staged on both sides of the roadway

Secretary of Defense Caspar W. Weinberger is taken by jeep to tour the Tank Battalion. M-109 self-propelled howitzers are staged on both sides of the road

A composite view of Soviet combat equipment known as the "Big 7." Shown are: 1. A ZSU-23/4 armored anti-aircraft weapon, 2. A T-72 tank, 3. An SA-8 Gecko surface-to-air missile system mounted on a three-axle amphibious vehicle, 4. An Mi-24 HIND-D gunship with one nose machine gun and four anti-tank missiles, 5. A BMP amphibious armored infantry combat vehicle with a 73mm smoothbore gun and an anti-tank missile, 6. An M-1974 122mm self-propelled gun, 7. An M-1973 152mm self-propelled gun

One of the M-109 155mm self-propelled howitzers used by the 2nd Marine Division during Operation CAX 1-2-82, held at the Marine Corps Air-to-Ground Combat Center

A left side view of a 155mm self-propelled howitzer from the 24th Armor Division partially covered by a camouflage net. The howitzer is being used during exercise Bright Star '82

Many pieces of Marine Corps equipment such as M60A1 tanks, LVTC7 track landing vehicles, M109 155 mm self-propelled howitzers and M151 jeeps, are staged here during a commander's briefing. The equipment is being used in Operation CAX 1-2-82 at the Marine Corps Air-to-Ground Combat Center

Combat-ready Marines of this M-109A2 155mm self-propelled howitzer section stand by for the next fire mission during Operation CAX 1-2-82 at the Marine Corps Air-to-Ground Combat Center

An M-109 self-propelled 155mm howitzer of the 24th Infantry Division (Mechanized) sits in a firing position during the joint U.S./Egyptian exercise Bright Star '85

Mechanics work in the engine compartment of an M-109A1 155mm self-propelled howitzer, left, during the joint U.S./Egyptian exercise Bright Star '85. The M-578 light armored recovery vehicle at right was used to remove the howitzer's engine

A self-propelled howitzer is off loaded from the vehicle cargo ship USNS CALLAGHAN (T-AKR 1001)

The crew of a Marine Corps M-109 self-propelled 155mm howitzer prepares to move to a new location during Exercise Gallant Eagle '82

An M-110E1 8-inch self-propelled howitzer on maneuvers during Exercise Reforger '82

152mm self-propelled howitzer

122mm self-propelled howitzer

A right side view of an M-109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzer at Letterkenny Army Depot

A view of a multiple launch rocket system (MLRS) self-propelled launcher loader (SPLL) in operation

An M-109 self-propelled howitzer is off-loaded from the tank landing ship USS NEWPORT (LST-1179) during Exercise Cold Winter '83

Marines of the 2nd Tank Battalion perform maintenance on two M-109 self-propelled howitzers during Exercise Cold Winter '83

A side view of a Soviet 152mm self-propelled howitzer. Exact Date Shot Unknown

A side view of a Soviet 152mm self-propelled howitzer. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Side view of three Soviet 152mm self-propelled guns being transported on railroad cars. "Soviet Military Power," 1983, Page 40

Three 155 mm M198 Howitzers to be loaded aboard a waiting C-5 Galaxy aircraft, background, for shipment to Thailand

A pair of a Canadian army M-109A1 155 mm self-propelled howitzers is used to conduct a firing mission during the combined United States/Canadian NATO exercise RENDEZVOUS '83

A Canadian Army M-109A1 155mm self-propelled howitzer moves out after completing a firing mission during the combined U.S./Canadian NATO Exercise Rendezvous /83

A crew member checks the anti-aircraft machine gun on the turret of a Canadian army M-109A1 155 mm self-propelled howitzer. The howitzer is being used in the combined United States/Canadian NATO exercise RENDEZVOUS '83

A pair of Canadian army M-109A1 155 mm self-propelled howitzers moves into firing position during the combined United States/Canadian NATO exercise RENDEZVOUS '83

A Canadian army M-109A1 155 mm self-propelled howitzer moves into firing position during the combined United States/Canadian NATO exercise RENDEZVOUS '83

Canadian soldiers receive an explanation of the functions of the M-109A1 155 mm self-propelled howitzer during the combined United States/Canadian NATO exercise RENDEZVOUS '83

An M109A1 155 mm self-propelled Howitzer passes through the town of Schlitz-Willofs during Exercise REFORGER/AUTUMN FORGE '83

A left front view of an M-110A2 self-propelled howitzer at Letterkenny Army Depot

US Army personnel self-propelled howitzer in a river bed during the joint South Korea/US Exercise Team Spirit '84

Members of the Blue Team prepare to defend their position with an M110 self-propelled howitzer, partially covered with camouflage netting, during Exercise TEAM SPIRIT 84

An M-110 203 mm (8-inch) self-propelled howitzer is driven across a field during the joint South Korean/US Exercise Team Spirit '84

122 mm self-propelled howitzer. Courtesy of Soviet Military Power, 1984. PHOTO No. 61, page 59, right

M110 203 mm self-propelled Howitzers are staged in a parking area after being unloaded from a ship during Exercise REFORGER '84

Armor and artillery of the 6th Marine Amphibious Brigade is staged on the pier prior to being loaded aboard the Waterman class maritime prepositioning ship SS SGT MATEJ KOCAK (T-AK 3005). From front to back: an M881A1 armored recovery vehicle, an M109A2 155 mm self-propelled howitzer and an M110A2 203 mm self-propelled howitzer

Personnel tracked landing vehicles, (LVTP7) and M109A2 155 mm self-propelled howitzers are staged on the wharf prior to being loaded aboard the Maersk class maritime prepositioning ship SS CPL. LOUIS J. HAUGE JR. The ship is being loaded with equipment of the 6th Marine Amphibious Brigade

A 6th Marine Amphibious Brigade M110A2 203 mm self-propelled howitzer is ready to be tied down in a storage position aboard the Waterman class maritime prepositioning ship SS PFC. EUGENE A. OBREGON. (Substandard image)

Left front view of a Soviet M-1974 122mm self-propelled howitzer

Camouflage netting covers an M-110 203mm howitzer during an exercise at the Marine Corps Air-Ground Combat Center

An M-109 155 mm self-propelled howitzer participates in desert maneuvers during the multinational joint service Exercise Bright Star '85

A left side view of an M123A1C 10-ton tractor truck and M747 semi-trailer loaded with an M110 203 mm self-propelled Howitzer

US Army artillery crews conduct a firing exercise with an M114 155 mm howitzer, bottom, and an M110 203 mm self-propelled howitzer

Right front view of a Soviet SU-152 heavy assault gun on display on the grounds of the Memorial Complex of the Ukrainian State

Members of Battery A, 6th Bn., 37th Field Artillery, prepare an M-110A2 8-inch howitzer for a firing mission near the South Han River during the joint U.S. and South Korean Exercise Team Spirit '86. An M-548 tracked cargo carrier is parked behind the howitzer

An M-110A2 8-inch howitzer of Battery A, 6th Bn., 37th Field Artillery, is moved into position for a firing mission near the South Han River during the joint U.S. and South Korean Exercise Team Spirit '86

An artist's concept of a Soviet 203mm self-propelled gun

An artist's concept of a Soviet 240mm self-propelled mortar

A Soviet M-1974 122mm self-propelled howitzer

A Soviet M-1973 152mm self-propelled howitzer

An M110 203 mm Self-propelled Howitzer is offloaded from a landing craft during Exercise FREEDOM BANNER'86

Two Marine instructors explain the function of a 155 mm self-propelled howitzer to a group of young visitors

An M-163A1 Vulcan self-propelled anti-aircraft gun participates in an armored assault drill during exercise Gallant Eagle '86

An M-48A1 Chaparral low-altitude self-propelled surface-to-air missile system operated by the 4th Battalion, 1ST Air Defense Artillery, during Exercise Gallant Eagle '86

A Soviet ASU-85 self-propelled anti-tank gun is unloaded from an An-12 Cub aircraft. Exact Date Shot Unknown

An artist's concept of a Soviet 203mm self-propelled gun (foreground) and a self-propelled 240mm mortar

A Soviet 2S7 203mm self-propelled gun

An artist's concept of a Soviet self-propelled 240mm mortar

A Soviet 2S3 152mm self-propelled howitzer

A Soviet 2S1 122mm self-propelled howitzer

A Soviet 152mm self-propelled gun

An M109 self-propelled Howitzer is covered with camouflage netting on Red Beach during the amphibious assault Exercise Operation KERNAL BLITZ'87-2

Camouflage netting covers Norwegian M109 155 mm self-propelled Howitzers during Operation COLD WINTER'87, a NATO-sponsored military exercise

Camouflage netting covers Norwegian M109 155 mm self-propelled Howitzers during Operation COLD WINTER'87, a NATO-sponsored military exercise

A 4th Infantry Division M163 Vulcan 20 mm self-propelled anti-aircraft gun returns to the vehicle staging area after an exercise at the National Training Center

An M110A2 203 mm self-propelled Howitzer is unloaded from utility land craft 1656 (LCU 1656) into the well deck of the amphibious transport dock USS TRENTON (LPD 14) during the field training Exercise SOLID SHIELD'87

An M110A2 203 mm self-propelled Howitzer moves up a ramp into the well deck of the amphibious transport dock USS TRENTON (LPD 14) during the field training Exercise SOLID SHIELD'87

Utility land craft 1664 (LCU 1664) transports two M109A1 155 mm self-propelled Howitzers to the amphibious transport dock USS TRENTON (LPD 14) during field training Exercise SOLID SHIELD'87

An M110A2 203 mm self-propelled Howitzer is unloaded from the utility landing craft 1656 (LCU 1656) into the docking well of the amphibious transport dock USS TRENTON (LPD 14) during the field training Exercise SOLID SHIELD'87

Camouflage netting covers an M109 self-propelled Howitzer during a training exercise