For shore bombardment, old-fashioned naval gunfire with big, old-fashioned guns having a range of 40,000 meters or so seems reasonable, based on Second World War standards.
What does SHOBOM stand for?
SHOBOM stands for Shore Bombardment
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For example, the firm's 76/62 Compact Naval Gun Mount is an ideal weapon for such a ship and provides a tri-role anti-aircraft, shore bombardment and anti-surface gun in a single mount using 76-mm ammunition.
In between, the Bennion was shot up by the Japanese in World War II; Naval Aviator Holloway was shot down by the Chinese in Korea; and as commander Seventh Fleet, he took his flagship, USS Newport News (CA-148), into Haiphong Harbor on a shore bombardment mission.
It's not there for prolonged shore bombardment or that type of thing, right?
We were involved in shore bombardment supporting the Army and the Marines at Saipan.
CAN be adapted to take 155mm shore bombardment gun or cruise missile launcher.