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Image link:. Image Format. Show Name. Show X Labels. Lend-Lease trucks, in which case they were sometimes referred to as BMS.
Based on the M, the M rocket was developed in Its bulbous warhead required it to be fired from a grounded frame, called the M single frame, four round; later double frame, 8 round , instead of a launch rail mounted on a truck.
In it became the basis for the BM truck-mounted launcher. A battery of BM launchers included four firing vehicles, two reload trucks and two technical support trucks, with each firing vehicle having a crew of six.
Three batteries were combined into a division company , and three divisions into a separate mine-firing regiment of rocket artillery.
Soviet World War II rocket systems were named according to standard templates which are the following:. In particular, BM is a vehicle which fires M-8 missiles and has 16 rails.
BM is a vehicle which fires M missiles and has 12 launch tubes. Short names such as BM-8 or BM were used too. Such names describe launchers only no matter what vehicle they are mounted on.
All of them had the same name: BM Other launchers had a number of variants mounted on different vehicles too. Typical set of vehicles for soviet missile systems is the following:.
A list of some implementations of the Katyusha follows:   . Rockets used in the above implementations were: .
The multiple rocket launchers were top secret in the beginning of World War II. A special unit of the NKVD troops was raised to operate them.
Following the success, the Red Army organized new Guards mortar batteries for the support of infantry divisions. A battery's complement was standardized at four launchers.
Each regiment comprised three battalions of three batteries, totalling 36 BM or BM-8 launchers. Independent Guards mortar battalions were also formed, comprising 12 launchers in three batteries of four.
By the end of , there were eight regiments, 35 independent battalions, and two independent batteries in service, fielding a total of launchers.
In June heavy Guards mortar battalions were formed around the new M static rocket launch frames, consisting of 96 launchers in three batteries. In July, a battalion of BMs was added to the establishment of a tank corps.
In , Guards mortar brigades, and later divisions, were formed equipped with static launchers. By the end of the war, the equivalent of batteries were in service.
The success and economy of multiple rocket launchers MRL have led them to continue to be developed. Advances in artillery munitions have been applied to some Katyusha-type multiple launch rocket systems, including bomblet submunitions , remotely deployed land mines , and chemical warheads.
With the breakup of the Soviet Union , Russia inherited most of its military arsenal including its large complement of MRLs. Georgian government forces are reported to have used BM Grad or similar rocket artillery in fighting in the South Ossetia war.
During the Lebanon War , Hezbollah fired between 3, and 4, rockets , from light truck-mounts and single-rail man-portable launchers.
Although Katyusha originally referred to the mobile launcher, today the rockets are often referred to as Katyushas.
Katyusha-like MRLs were also allegedly used by the Rwandan Patriotic Front during its invasion of Rwanda , through the genocide.
They were effective in battle, but translated into much anti-Tutsi sentiment in the local media. It was reported that BM Grad launchers were used against American forces during the invasion of Iraq.
They have also been used in the Afghanistan and Iraq insurgencies. In February , the Defence Ministry of Yemen reported seizing an Iranian ship, and that the ship's cargo included among its other weapons Katyusha rockets.
No casualties were reported. On January 4, , four Katyusha rockets were fired in the Baghdad area. According to two Iraqi police sources and an official Iraqi military statement, one Katyusha rocket landed in the Green Zone in Celebration Square near the U.
Embassy and another landed in the nearby Jadriya neighborhood. Two other Katyusha rockets landed in the Balad air base, which houses U. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Family of rocket artillery systems. For other uses, see Katyusha. Type of Multiple rocket launcher. Amberley Publishing Limited.
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