Machine Gun Embrasure

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Ouvrage Restefond - Description
... Block 1 (unfinished entry) one machine gun cloche and one heavy twin machine gun embrasure ... A 47mm anti-tank gun was planned ... Block 2 (infantry block) one machine gun cloche and two 81mm mortar embrasures ...
Ouvrage Schiesseck - Description - Casemates and Shelters
... Casemate du Freudenberg SIngle block with one JM/AC47 embrasure, one twin machine gun embrasure and one GFM cloche ... de Ramstein Ouest SIngle block with one JM/AC47 embrasure, one twin machine gun embrasure and a GFM cloche ... Casemate de Ramstein Est SIngle block with one JM/AC37 embrasure, one twin machine gun embrasure and a GFM cloche ...
Ouvrage Col De Brouis - Description
... Block 1 (entry) one machine gun cloche and one machine gun embrasure ... Block 2 (artillery) one machine gun cloche, one observation cloche, one twin machine gun cloche, one paired 47mm anti-tank gun/machine gun embrasure and one machine gun embrasure ... Block 3 (artillery) one machine gun cloche, one observation cloche, one twin machine gun cloche and two 81mm mortar embrasures ...
QF 4.7 Inch Gun Mk I–IV
... The QF 4.7 inch Gun Mks I, II, III, and IV were a family of British quick-firing 120-mm naval and coast defence guns of the late 1880s and 1890s which served with the navies of various countries ... wheeled carriages to provide the British Army with a long range gun ... The gun was originally designed to replace the older BL 5 inch (127 mm) naval guns ...
Ouvrage Champ De Tir - Description
... Block 1 (entry) one machine gun embrasure ... Block 2 (infantry) one machine gun embrasure ... Block 3 (infantry) one Machine gun cloche and one twin machine gun embrasure ...

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