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Matheson of the Trench Warfare Supply Department who reported to Lloyd George to expedite manufacture of the Stokes mortar.

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The weapon proved to be extremely useful in the muddy trenches of the , as a mortar round could be aimed to fall directly into , where artillery shells, because of their low angle of flight, could not possibly go.

In the conditions of , there was a great need for a versatile and easily portable weapon that could be manned by troops under cover in the trenches.

Former Warsaw Pact members, and countries supplied by former Warsaw Pact states and China, tend to use the 82 mm calibre medium mortar.

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The rifled mortars can also fire smoothbore mortar projectiles, in which case the maximum ranges for the ammunition would be less than that for conventional smoothbore mortars, as more of the propellant gases would escape past the body of the projectile without imparting any energy to it.

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In addition to these three components, modern mortars may also employ a fire-control system FCS to help to improve accuracy, set-up times, and speed up the rate of fire.
Remarks: This is one of a series of attacks in Yemen in which mortar rounds were used against the civilian population with no military targets in the vicinity.

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    A mortar is an indirect fire weapon that fires explosive projectiles known as (mortar) bombs at low velocities, short ranges and high-arcing ballistic trajectories. It is typically muzzle-loading and has a barrel length less than 15 times its caliber . Function 81 mm high explosive, white phosphorus and illumination mortar rounds
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    4.6/5 (922 Views . 39 Votes) A mortar is an artillery weapon which fires explosive shells. The shells are known as (mortar) bombs. They are fired at targets which are close, as mortars do not have long range. It has a short barrel which fires the mortar bomb at a low speed high into the air to reach its target. Click to see full answer
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    82 mm HE mortar projectiles generally contain anywhere between 392 g and 680 g of HE and have maximum ranges of between 3,000 – 5,500 m. 120 mm HE mortar projectiles generally contain anywhere between 1,270 g and 4,200 g of HE and have maximum ranges of between 7,200 – 9,500 m.
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    A shell landed in the street, sending up a cloud of concrete dust and leaving one family — a woman, her teenage son and a her daughter, who appeared to be about 8 years old; and a family friend — .
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    A bomb vessel, bomb ship, bomb ketch, or simply bomb was a type of wooden sailing naval ship. Its primary armament was not cannons ( long guns or carronades) – although bomb vessels carried a few cannons for self-defence – but mortars mounted forward near the bow and elevated to a high angle, and projecting their fire in a ballistic arc.
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