ship artillery

ship artillery
laivų artilerija statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Jūrų artilerija antvandeniniams, pakrančių ir oro taikiniams naikinti. Gali būti bokštinė ir denio (dengtoji ir atviroji). Ppr. skiriama didelio (pagrindinio, >130 mm), vidutinio (80–130 mm) ir mažo (20–57 mm) kalibro artilerija. Atsiradus XX a. 6 d-metyje laivų raketiniam ginklui, didelio kalibro artilerijos vaidmuo sumažėjo; pagrindinis vaidmuo skiriamas universaliajai artilerijai, kuri gali naikinti oro, jūrų ir kranto taikinius (kalibras 20–130 mm). Dažniausiai naudojami bokštiniai arba denio automatiniai artilerijos įrenginiai (ppr. mažo kalibro – daugiavamzdžiai; didesnio nei 57 mm kalibro – vienvamzdžiai arba dvivamzdžiai). atitikmenys: angl. ship artillery rus. корабельная артиллерия

Artilerijos terminų žodynas – Vilnius: Generolo Jono Žemaičio Lietuvos karo akademija. . 2004.

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