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What does M2 stand for?

M2 stands for Mortars M1


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German Infantry Mortars The German infantry support mortar of WW2 is an extremely effective weapon, dreaded and revered by the Allies. Mortars are a classic indirect...
Medium Mortars: 81mm. Mortar company of the 92nd Division firing on German positions near Massa, Italy, November 1944. (81mm M1 Mortar).
Even before their large-scale use in World War 1 and World War 2, the mortar held a history dating as far back as the 18th Century. Mortars were designed as "indirect...
The M1 81mm mortar was the largest weapon in the arsenal of the Marine infantry battalion. It provided the battalion commander with a powerful and flexible indirect...
The eight 12-inch M1890-M1 mortars, manufactured in Watervliet Arsenal, Watervliet, New York, were breech-loading and rifled. The weapon had safety features built in...
The 1890 M1 (Model 1) 12-inch mortar was one of the most powerful coast artillery pieces of its era, and was the most common type emplaced to guard U.S. harbors.