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FM 17-12 Tank Gunnery

Department of The Army

Published by Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1950
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Department of The Army Field Manual dated November 1950. Change 1, dated 13 November 1951 glued into the publication. Change 3 dated 10 August 1954 (139 pages) included. Marked as RESTRICTED. Supersedes FM 23-100 7 January 1946 including changes. First use of this 'short title with the 'long title'. Soft cover worn on spine and edges. Corners bumped. Corners of Change 1 worn. Light soiling and staining. Contents: Materiel - Introduction, Tanks and Weapons (Characteristics, 75-mm Gun M6, 76-mm Gun M1A2, 90-mm Gun M3, 105-mm Howitzer M4, Inertia type percussion mechanism, recoil mechanism, Malfunctions and corrections, Machine guns, Power Traverse, Gyro-stabilizer, Tests Checks and Maintenance), Ammunition, Conduct of Fire - Direct Methods, Fire Control Equipment and Sighting, Range Determination, Direct Fire Commands, Conduct of Fire - High Explosive, Conduct of Fire - Armor Piercing (shot), Firing Tank Machine Guns, Firing at a Moving Target and From a Moving Tank, Firing on Various Types of targets, Conduct of Direct Fire in Special Situations, Training, Gunner's Exercises, Tank Commander's Exercises, Field Firing (Crew Training), Gunnery Qualification Course, Subject Schedule. Appendices: References, The Mil Formula, Target Speed - Lead Relationship, Aiming Circle, Compass, Tanks or Assault Guns in Defilade, Ballistics, Ammunition Chart, Range Procedure and Safety Regulations, Inspections and Checks, Definitions and Abbreviations. 658 pages. Korean War era. Steve's Bookshelves LLC Inventory #CGbx-002830-4628. Bookseller Inventory # 002830

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Title: FM 17-12 Tank Gunnery

Publisher: Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

Publication Date: 1950

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Good

Dust Jacket Condition: None

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