https://flic.kr/p/6bk4PP | M-777 Howitzer Artillery Cannon | Members of Charlie Battery, 1st Battalion, 321th Field Artillery Regiment, 18th Fires Brigade (Airborne), fire the 9,900 lbs M-777 Howitzer Artillery Cannon at Forward Operating Base Bostick, March 17.
100 Images From Afghanistan Day 45. Gunners from X Battery, 5e Régiment d’artillerie Légère du Canada (5 RALC) at Patrol Base Wilson, conduct a fire mission with the M-777 155mm howitzer, to support Coalition forces who have located a Taliban position.
Pfc. Erik Park from San Mateo, Calif., fires his M-777 155mm howitzer. Park, who is in 3rd Platoon, Alpha Battery, 1st Battalion, 77th Field Artillery Regiment, 172nd Infantry Brigade, is the number one man on the five-man numbered team that operates the massive weapon system. He was 12 years old on 911.
TEAMWORK -- Members of 3rd Platoon, Alpha Battery, 1st Battalion, 77th Field Artillery Regiment, 172nd Infantry Brigade, work at dislodging their M-777 155mm howitzer from the three-foot deep hole it dug its spades into after firing several rocket-assisted projectiles, Sept. 4. The huge weapon weighs 9,000 pounds and can launch projectiles over 30 kilometers. Photo by Spc. Ken Scar
Revealed: The US Army Is Developing the Ultimate 'Big Gun' | The National Interest Blog The Army is cooking up a suite of improvements could double the range of the existing M-777 howitzer. Right now the 155-millimeter gun, in service with the Army and Marines, can lob shells at targets up to 18 miles away.
https://flic.kr/p/KBWMA | afghanistan | 070413-A-6669H-002 SANGIN, Afghanistan – British soldiers fire an M-777 155mm Howitzer field artillery gun at identified Taliban fighting positions near the Sangin District center area from a undisclosed Forward Operating Base in Helmand Province April 13. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Keith D. Henning) www.army.mil