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Number: 89/40.07
Name: Ordnance > Mounts > For field use > Libers and caissons
Description: Devices comprising wheeled devices, usually two-wheeled type, for the transport of ammunition with the ordnance device in the field.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6748845 Organic cargo handling system Jun. 15, 2004
6742435 High-mobility artillery cannon system Jun. 1, 2004
5558384 Motorized breakdown vehicle Sep. 24, 1996
5526730 Automated ammunition transfer device Jun. 18, 1996
5243896 Logistical support apparatus for weapons vehicles Sep. 14, 1993
5103712 Ammunition reloading system and operating method Apr. 14, 1992
5097742 Magazine conveyor with ammunition vertical motion restraint Mar. 24, 1992
4737055 Attachment fitting Apr. 12, 1988
4648305 Armored vehicle for supplying ammunition to a self-propelled artillery weapon Mar. 10, 1987
4557367 Helical conveyor Dec. 10, 1985
4236441 Field artillery ammunition support vehicle Dec. 2, 1980
4235047 Armored door opener for field artillery ammunition support vehicle Nov. 25, 1980

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