Gunnery (United States)

The art and science of using artillery, anti-aircraft guns, and other weapons systems to accurately target and destroy enemy positions.

Gunnery School (United States)

A training facility where military personnel are instructed in the operation and use of artillery, anti-aircraft guns, and other weapons systems.

D-Day Technology

The technological advancements used by both sides during the Normandy invasion, including radar, landing craft, and new weapons systems.

Bureau of Ordnance

A department within the United States Navy responsible for the development, procurement, and maintenance of naval ordnance. The Bureau of Ordnance played a critical role in the development of new weapons systems during World War II, such as the MK-13 torpedo and the 16-inch/50 caliber gun.

Axis Technology

The technological advancements and innovations developed and utilized by Axis forces during World War II, including weapons systems, communication devices, and engineering marvels.

Afloat Research

The study and development of new technologies and methods for improving naval operations, including ship design, weapons systems, and tactics.

Afloat Technology

The application of advanced technologies to naval operations, including sensors, communications, navigation systems, and weapons systems.

Afloat Weapons Systems

The array of weapons used by naval forces, including guns, missiles, torpedoes, and mines, designed to destroy enemy targets.

Afloat Engineering

The design, construction, and maintenance of naval vessels, including their propulsion systems, weapons systems, and onboard infrastructure.

Advanced Warfare

The employment of new technologies and tactics to gain an advantage in combat.