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On a previous post 1968 said he was exposed to 107 arty. I was not familiar with that size arty. I calibrated the 105, 155, and 175mm all around the DMZ and I thought those were the only sizes availiable. A arty buddy of mine today told me that the 107's were like the 105's but the 107 could be transported by helicopters. It had a smaller base on a swivel instead of two long arms which made it more portable. It used the 105 rounds.

1968 I would hate for you to use the wrong info and give our friends at the VA a reason to deny your claim but as stated you are probably right using the 107 info. Take care. Terry Sturgis

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I was field artillery.

I was on a M109A2sp Howitzer in the GW1. wich is a 155mm.

I'm not aware of the 107, but the M102 (pronounced- one oh duece- phonetically) was a towed gun that could be air transported. could have been 105mm I wouldn't know.

The 107 refered to may have been M107-a nomenclature not a mm size. But I'm still not familuar with it. However memory fails me somewhat with my head injury.

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A correction to my post.

M102 was a towed 155mm cannon.

M109 was self propelled 155mm cannon.

I can't quite remember what the 8" (175mm) was.

It well could have been a M107 Self propelled 175mm cannon. The more I think about it, I think it was. However improvements in memory come slowly to me. Maybe in a little more time it will come to me.

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