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How about their ears???
Uuuggghhhh😍😍 I will never forget that sound or the reverberations.
fuck this grid square in particular
Salute this guy. 😮 he is the king of mortars. 🙏
I'd like to see the difference between the various calibre mortars. The Germans in WW2 had the 5cm mortar with 1kg bombs, the British were still using the 51mm mortar until the Afghanistan war, and the US has the 60mm mortar, but I'd like to see the effects of incoming 120mm/160mm/240mm breach loading mortars. It's something that I wouldn't want to be on the receiving end of.
So this how i get my killstreak
Cause. And effect.
Mortars, never outdated If it ain't broke, don't fix it, upgrade it
Nothing else sounds like 81s. Splash, over.
All I saw was the delivery portion. What about the receiving end.? Can I watch that footage? I would really like that.
I like it how in war movies, mortars make these cute "Doop!" sounds; but in real life and you're standing next to one, it's like "FUCKEN' BANG"
Do the Jesus prayer like fire mortars.It's the best way to defeat demons.
I'd find it somewhat worrisome that a projectile is whizzing past my fucking skull shortly after I drop a round into the mortar. Mind your fingers.
Bloody hell that's fast
deadly firing .
Some good A-gunning right there. The sound of impact gets me stiff haha, rah !!
ah well that piece of ground must be feeling pretty free and democratized now
that was me all day in the Marines 2/4 weapons co.
What is the kill radius of an 81 mm mortar round?
I see the American tax dollar going into good usage kappa!
US cool G.I
fire for effect means bring it in very close am I right?
So, you fire one round at a time from one gun until you're within the ECR (estimated causality radius) 35 meters. This is called an adjusting fire. Once you're within the ECR you fire an allotted amount of ammunition from all of the guns that are following along on the same gun data for that mission. This is called a fire for effect. Answer your question sir or mam?
Derek Wall firing for adjustment basically
That's what 8 freedoms per 10 seconds ?
From 1 gun. There were two or three others on the line. Love mortars!
What I love about smaller caliber mortars, they can fire as fast as the soldier loading it!
till it heats and kaboom on ur face
Allahhhh wall alfalfa ukbababba ighsksoiw bar
This gave me a hard on.
Oh nigga you gaaaaay!
train in Isis camp dude
Very very very fast lol
Can you imagine being on the other side of these teams? Devastating. Fucking body parts and screams.
YourCozyHomes just a whistle then black
great way to dig a hole
Just some casual talk in the background
Pouvez vous ajouter les différents commandements et la mise en oeuvre?
did anyone else hear that a10 at like 32
is this new clash of clans? that mortar is great
This is why the mortar will never go away.
Go away where?
excellent fire rate!!!! hooraw...
so how accurete are these things.
Depends on how shitty your FO is
I'm an 11C (don't mind my name, made it when I wanted to join the Marines years ago) but mortars are hella accurate. You set up aiming poles, align your sights with the poles, put in your data and level the mortar out with bubbles kinda like a leveler and start hanging.
+koen42 My grandfather was part of a mortar team in WWII. Mortar's of all sizes are vary accurate so long as they are operated buy a well trained crew under the right conditions. You generally need a forward observer, when firing on a target the mortar team fire off a single round (usually a smoke round) which the observer watches for, he radios back any corrections and then the main firing 'pattern' is launched by the mortar teams. You can use a tight pattern where two to three rounds are dropped onto a small target such as a pillbox, aimed at the same point; or you can use a wide pattern where nine or so rounds are dropped over a spread out arc of fire, generally to catch infantry caught moving in the open. Mortars are still very popular with modern militaries because they are highly portable, fairly easy to operate, can fire indirectly over good distances and do not sacrifice much in the way of overall accuracy.
+koen42 +wallabing Hello, I served in Finnish military as part of heavy mortar brigade. Mortars are actually very accurate, we used larger (120mm I think?) mortars and you could hit a bucket accurately to about 7km distance (8km is the maximum effective distance) with less than 5% margin of error. 81mm mortars have smaller (5km max distance).Of course you need artillery observer to direct the fire and exchange information so you can readjust the mortar parameters, also weather affects a lot (wind snow etc)
+wallabing Thanks. learned something new today. i would indeed shit my pants if a few of those came flying in my direction and move
best of the best of mortar
No dessert till their dick's in the dirt.
How do you aim with this thing
+Ayakaishi Ayasy Maths basically, specifically parabolic arcs, corrected for windage and elevation.
Elevation and corrections
At 16-17 seconds is that a bird?
is it a plane
+Jim Bass It's a butterfly
Yed that is a bird
Great job!! Your saving someones ASS out there!
It means BOOM
What do they mean by firing for effect?
November SAINT Underrated comment. The world needs to see this.
+Chad Calvert lol. all these 3 responses going from most complicated to least complicated answers
-or- in more simple terms "your rounds are on target, so let em have it"
Fire which is delivered after the mean point of impact or burst is within the desired distance of the target or adjusting/ranging point.
Cold Steel.. ...make it rain
It's the caspian border.
Kicked from server: READ RULES! NO MORTAR ALLOWED, NO JET, NO SHOTGUNS, NO EXPLOSIVES, SNIPER LIMIT: 1 PER TEAM
I wonder how his ear drum is doing...
Pretty good, I think he can hear with a pipe connected to his ear.
I've heard if you fire off a hundred of these you can maybe kill, one cow...So that's 100 mortar rounds per cow... is that a good way to run a war?
If you were on the receiving end of these mortars, you wouldn't be having a very good day. If you were on the receiving end of 155mm artillery you could say, you'd be fucked.
it really depends how you mean this, if you mean in an ideal scenario, one round from these mortars could kill a section sized element, maybe even a platoon if it was dropped on a base. however in real terms, it can take up to 5 shots to get an exact range etc. on a stationary target, when using a mortar on a moving target, it can take several more, due to the addition of mils, and degrees to accommodate for the movement of the target, but with some clever thinking it is possible. really the chance of a mortar killing someone is down to the skill and intelligence of the spotter, the MFC, and the mortar crew. In a combat scenario mortars are an excellent way to win a war, they move much faster than SPGs, and field artillery, and can get to places the others can't, thus making them much better for supporting infantry, during the war in Afghanistan they have been very useful against Taliban held compounds and other stationary targets. Another thing to mention is that hthey are significantly cheaper than all other types of artillery, thus making them much better in the eyes of the country's government, due to them being able to be far cheaper, and still have a broadly similar effect to an SPG, of field artillery (Except for explosive power, which is supplemented by the speed seen in the video.)
1 of these could kill a cow and yes it is a very good way to win a war you dumb shit
doceigen y did u erase so many comments?
He erased them goofball
I don't get it, if you put the mortar just a bit slower wouldn't the rocket hit your hand ?Look very risky to me...
Not unless you intentionally dawdled with your hand over the muzzle. The grenade comes out of there in a real hurry, but it doesn't fall to the bottom with any greater speed than any thing else. And since you don't want to stand with your face over it, either, as long as you lean away, you're fine.