Key:gun_emplacement_type

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Description
A specific type of gun emplacement.
Group: Military
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Status: in use

A bunker_type=gun_emplacement node can have an additional gun_emplacement_type=* tag to specify what type of gun emplacement it is. It can be a value from the table below, or some other appropriate value.

Core values

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
gun_emplacement_type antiaircraft node area A gun primarily used to attack aircrafts.
37mm Antiaircraft gun in Solomons.jpg
gun_emplacement_type antitank node area A gun primarily used to attack armoured vehicles with direct fire.
AT-gun-korea.jpg
gun_emplacement_type howitzer node area A type of artillery with a relatively short barrel that propels projectiles with a high trajectory (indirect fire). Howitzers, like other artillery equipment, are usually organized in groups called batteries.
Turkish howitzer 10.5cm leFH 98 09 LOC 00121.jpg
gun_emplacement_type tankturret node area An armoured turret from a demolished tank, placed in a static emplacement.
German turret at Omaha Beach.jpg