Military Museum Of Southern New England - M-108 105mm Self Propelled Howitzer
Bill Maloney

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01 M108 Self Propelled Howitzer 02 M108 Self Propelled Howitzer 03 M108 Howitzer Barrel 04 M108 Exhaust Port
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05 M108 Fume Extractor 06 M108 Gun Mantlet 07 M108 Side Hatch 08 M108 Self Propelled Howitzer
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13 M108 Howitzer Ammo Racks 14 M108 Howitzer Ammo Racks 15 M108 Rear Doors 16 M108 Self Propelled Howitzer

M108 105mm Self Propelled Gun Specifications:

M108 105mm Self Propelled Gun
Another M108 105mm Self Propelled Gun can be found at the AAF Tank Museum in Danville, VA

Length: 20 feet 1 inches
10 feet 10 inches
10 feet 2 inches
24.7 tons
Max Speed: 35mph
Range: 240 miles
Armor: Classified
Powerplant: Detroit Diesel 8V-71T 8cyl Water Cooled Engine 405hp
Fuel Capacity: 280 gallons
105mm Howitzer
Browning 50cal M2 Machine Gun
Entered Service: 1963
Unit Cost: $

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