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I've seen the 75/13 in NA on this forum, the thread of the artillery in NA a recovery from the old forum
but i don't think this can be true.
But the La Spezia with 65/17 as divisional artillery intrigue me, for what hell give a relative elite division that old piece, the 75/13 was much better...
Aiutanti di Battaglia are only promoted on the field, and in theory don't need to be sergeant
p.s. and the origin was in WW I probably for get platoon commander with experience and not only the young officer came from the short wartime school
some years ago i was on italian forum specialized on tanks, if i can log in i try to put the question there i don't sure a reply, i'm many years away from them and is not polite go back just for a question
i did, the forum not look with many writer active but the hope is last to die
i've misunderstand i've to apologize
this is very strange organization where you find it?
i know that pre-war organization was without reserve tank plat and the reserve tanks were in tank coy HQ 2 each,
ah i've misunderstand i're read like the tanks coy had 9 tanks
afaik the L-3 btln organization was
1 tank for the commander
a reserve tanks plat with 6 tanks
3 tanks coy with 13 tanks each (3 plat of 4 tanks and 1 for the commander) the LF tank was one plat for coy, but this was later abolished...
line 1 is not percentage of guns utilized, actually idk what mean but could be like useful salvos, probably salvos on target
line 4 possibly shell fall away from the salvo
line 5 possibly shell not fired
2 coy each btl and 9 tanks coy are incompatible with a total of 170
the GaF tanks coy had L-5/Fiat-3000 tanks
for the "meccanizzazione..." in other place report 3 coy btl at example page 184 of the 2nd Tomo
no guns in italian army was called 77/18
if you want write the former austrian is called 77/28 and was not in use in the artillery rgt, but only to libyan artillery (and in the East Africa)
the two standard light gun in use in the artillery rgt were both called 75/27
the 77/28 can be broken in 3 load for mountain towing, for normal horse towing was one load using a "avantreno", for the motor towing they used one load with the "carrello elastico". for the 100/17 is similar.
The 203rd was a army rgt. the CCNN were only infantry
the statement is false, the KuK artillery can be towed and if you specifically are talking of motor vehicle towing italian built adaptation for the motor vehicles towing