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bambuzled
bambuzled

so cool

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Wulfburk12
Wulfburk12

agreed

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Y2Kwidmer
Y2Kwidmer

Small jeep.. Big boom.. There's a contradiction in there somewhere I know it.

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AirborneSn1p3r
AirborneSn1p3r

very nice

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MARiN3
MARiN3

great jeep :-)

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bartpp7
bartpp7

WOW i had no idea they had a jeep version i reckon having it on a m3 halftrack would be awsome it would be a US version of the Katyusha

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bobthedino
bobthedino

Is this historically accurate?

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Maximus183
Maximus183

I sense bs on this one too

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[FH]FatJoe Author
[FH]FatJoe

Haha :)

We take Historical Accuracy serious as well as take pride in our work in regards of Historical Accuracy. With that said I can safely say: Yes, this is historical accurate. Photo: Olive-drab.com

I can't say for sure how much it was used though or how effective it really was, but it did see action in the Second World War :)

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x2assault
x2assault

lol.. crazy XD

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Doommarine23
Doommarine23

Pretty sure this was real. Even if it wasn't, it sure is cool.

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ImperialKaskins
ImperialKaskins

Does this exist in WW2? If so i show it to someone :D

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0rpheus
0rpheus

lmao, the "Rocket Willy" xD

That's just awesome!

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RogerRamjet
RogerRamjet

I'll take 2 please!.. nice work...

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AirborneRangerZz
AirborneRangerZz

WOAH NICE! Will play with it, when the new version comes out :D

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Ron230
Ron230

The fastest self-propelled artillery unit of FH2?

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dodek96_pl
dodek96_pl

this is gonna hurt...

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bogie
bogie

Strap those rokets in and see how fast it can go!!!!

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Ron230
Ron230

Thanks Rad!

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zuthen
zuthen

@bogie lol, exactly what i though. "ey johnny! light me up man, lets see how jerry likes our version of kamikaze!"

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deadly_sherman
deadly_sherman

yes! so cool

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Kill_Time
Kill_Time

overkill

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The Willys MB Calliope.

The Willys MB Calliope was a standard jeep modified by a 7th Army Ordnance officer to carry 12 steel, 4.5 inch rocket tubes. The launchers were aimed by adjusting the elevation using a crank on the side of the vehicle and aligning it with aiming stakes. When it was time to fire the rockets, the soldier closed the protective ports in the front windshield, sat in the driver's position, and used in an electric contact to to launch the rockets.

The Willys MB Calliope was made by Rad and finished by Toddel.

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