90mm M2 file photo [6434]

90 mm M2 Anti-Aircraft Gun

Country of OriginUnited States
TypeAnti-Aircraft Gun
Weight14650.000 kg
Ammunition Weight10.60 kg
Ceiling10,300 m
Muzzle Velocity823 m/s

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Men of US Marine Corps 3rd Defense Battalion operating a 90mm M2 Anti-Aircraft Gun, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1942US Marines 3rd Division anti-aircraft crew performing trials with newly assigned 90mm M2 anti-aircraft guns at Cape Torokina by Empress Augusta Bay, Bougainville, Solomon Islands, circa late 1943




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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. Keith Mcbarron says:
2 Nov 2012 06:24:12 AM

Dear Sir I have been tearing my hair out trying to find a pre assembled model of a 305mm French Railway gun and also an M2 90mm anti aircraft gun ,the version with the pedestal base. I have never assembled a kit model before so would probably make a real mess of it. Can you help?
2. Anonymous says:
2 Feb 2015 10:28:49 AM

The images are of the M1, not the M2.

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