Finnish Army

The Finnish Army (Finnish: Maavoimat, Swedish: Armén) is the land forces branch of the Finnish Defence Forces. Today's Army is divided into six branches: the infantry (which includes armoured units), field artillery, anti-aircraft artillery, engineers, signals, and materiel troops.

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Aimo Lahti - Biography - Master Armorer in The Finnish Army
... After working for the railway he joined the Finnish Army as a Master Armorer in 1921 ... the M/27 "Pystykorva" ("Spitz"), which later was issued to the Finnish Army as their service rifle ... He enjoyed a Finnish Army’s Major General’s pension for 50 years, until his death in 1970 in Jyväskylä at the age of 74 ...
Mosin - Variants - Finland
... Most Finnish Rifles were assembled by SAKO, Tikkakoski Oy, or VKT (Valtion Kivääritehdas, States Rifle factory, after wars part of Valtion Metallitehtaat (Valme ... The Finnish cartridge 7.62x53R is a slightly modified variation of the Russian 7.62x54R, and is considered interchangeable with 54R however, there is a ... Handloaded cartridges for Finnish rifles should however use a 0.308 inches (7.8 mm) bullet for use with other Finnish Mosin–Nagant variants instead ...
Finnish Army - Equipment
... Major weapon systems used by the army 109 MBTs 392 IFVs 417 APCs (tracked) 424 APCs (wheeled) 2,058 mortars 684 artillery pieces (towed) 90 artillery pieces (self-prop ...

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