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Self-Propelled Artillery are weapons that are able to fire a barrage of very-high calibre shells from a very long distance. They appear in Wargame as mobile vehicles in the Support class. 


The NATO icon for Self-Propelled Artillery Guns

Their main function is to be able to fire heavy rounds onto enemy postions, supporting allied attacks and fire, denying enemy postions, stunning and suppressing enemy units and in the process, seldom acheiving direct hits, concluding to a kill.

Artillery units should be positioned away from main conflict. Placing them in bushes and cover near bases takes advantage of their very long range. Try not to place other defensive formations near the artillery position because of counter battery fire. Supply trucks or a FOB should be nearby to re-arm them as they quickly consume their shells. 

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