|Full name||US M2 60 mm Mortar|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Manufacturer||Edgar Brandt (Designer); Firestone Tire and Rubber Company; Kennedy Van-Saun Corporation; Read Machinery Company|
|Faction||Griffin and Kryuger|
|Released on||CN, TW, KR, EN, JP|
Unit introduced initially with the general Heavy Ordnance Corps feature.
How to obtain
REWARD Not obtained as a reward.
|3 nodes||40(x1) / 400(full)||120(x1) / 600(full)|
Promotions above five orange stars will give the HOC unit a bonus to its stats. The stats for each iteration are as follows:
|Iteration||Σ 41||Σ 14||Σ 28||Σ 43|
Chip Set Bonus
The minimum stat values of all installed Chips to reach the stat cap are listed in the following table. Please see HOC Chip Matrix for further details.
The U.S. M2 60 mm mortar was developed from the heavier 81 mm M1 Mortar to provide a lighter-weight alternative to company-level fire support. The M2 attempted to bridge the gap between the 81 mm mortar and the hand grenade. Normally employed by the weapons platoon of a U.S. infantry company, the M2 is of the usual mortar pattern of the day. It consists of a smoothbore metal tube on a rectangular baseplate, supported by a simple bipod with the elevation and traverse mechanisms. The firing pin was fixed in the base cap of the tube, and the bomb was fired automatically when it dropped down the barrel. Though classed as a light mortar, the M2 had considerable range compared to the 50 mm and 60 mm mortars of most other nations, and its fixed-firing pin design allowed a high rate of fire by trained crews.
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