Allegheny Arms & Armor Museum - M106A2 Mortar Carrier
Bill Maloney

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M106A2 Mortar Carrier Specifications:

Length: 16 feet 0 inches
8 feet, 11 inches
7 feet, 2 inches
13.3 Tons
Max Speed: 38mph road, 3mph water
Range: 300 miles
Armor: 1.7 inch frontal
Powerplant: Detroit Diesel 6V-53 6-Cylinder Diesel 212hp
Fuel Capacity: 95 gallons
 One 50 cal Machine Gun
 One 4.2 inch M30 Mortar
Entered Service: 1960
Unit Cost: $41,000

Here's an M106A2 video of the mortar carrier going through its paces for a demonstration, including firing the 4.2 inch M30 Mortar. One more M106A2 video clip of the M30 mortar firing off some rounds.

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