Major CORBETT OC 1st Army Trench Mortar School meets Capt DEAN 1st CDTMO at this HQs during morning to discuss the Trench Mortar as used in AMIENS and ARRAS Operations.
What does T mort stand for?
T mort stands for Trench Mortar (US Army)
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- Termination for Convenience
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The "3 inch" mortar was a British trench mortar invented by Sir Wilfred Stokes KBE which was issued to the British Army and the Commonwealth armies during the latter half of the First World War.
According to The People's Daily in China, the Islamic insurgents have trained macaques and baboons, arming them with AK-47 rifles, machine guns and trench mortars in the Waziristan tribal region near the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan.
When the Japs opened fire with trench mortars, some of their bombs would hit the trees, exploding in them and spraying the ground, sometimes hitting blokes dug in.
Initially, the Japanese troops lived in tents, but to defend against trench mortars, two containers were stacked.
During the day, the battalion captured 353 prisoners, 15 machineguns and one trench mortar.
When trench mortars or bullets are shot at French or Australian troops operating right next to the SDF, it is impossible for the SDF to say, 'We cannot work with you,''' said Taro Aso, chairman of the LDP's Policy Research Council, commenting on the possible easing of SDF weapon-use restrictions.