Light Mortar Team (Greatcoats)
includes one Light Mortar team & one Small two-hole base.
The 5cm leichter Granatwerfer 36 (or 5cm leGrW 36) was developed for the purpose of engaging targets outside of distances which a hand grenade could be thrown. It was standard issue for every German infantry platoon at the beginning of war.
However, by 1941 it clearly lacked the firepower and range to remain effective in a frontline role. Instead, existing models were relegated into service with auxiliary units where it remained in service until the end of the war.
The Light Mortar in Flames of War
Rate of Fire: 1
Can fire over friendly teams
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15cm siG33 Gun (x2) (Late War)
The 15cm siG33 gun has been a reliable infantry gun for many years, and it will continue to lend its devastating fire support to our troops! The gun entered service in 1933 and proved valuable in the early months of the war. The 15cm artillery could be used to clear enemy bunkers and trenches. It was particularly efficient at levelling enemy occupied buildings, making it a great asset to urban pacification.
Anti-tank Rifle Team (Greatcoats)
includes one Anti-tank Rifle team & one Small two-hole base.
The Panzerbüchse 39 (or PzB 39) was the standard anti-tank rifle of the German Army during the early stages of the Second World War. A refined version of the earlier Panzerbüchse 38, the PzB 39 fired the same specially designed cartridge as it predicator; a 7.92mm projectile housed in a large 94mm long case known as the 7.92x94 Patronen.