Time Shell

Time Shell

 

a fragmentation-type artillery shell with a time fuse that ensures that the shell will explode at an assigned point in the trajectory. It is also called a high-explosive shell. It is used for firing at enemy manpower and aerial targets. The time shell is included in the unit of fire of current medium- and large-caliber antiaircraft artillery guns and a number of ground artillery systems.

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