Talk:Self-propelled anti-aircraft weapon
Merge SPAAG into Self-propelled anti-aircraft
I propose merging that article into this one. There is considerable overlap, including self-propelled gun–missile systems. Keep in mind that the main article is still Anti-aircraft warfare, and this one just covers more specific information about vehicle-based systems. —Michael Z. 2005-12-21 21:13 Z
- I agree. Bukvoed 21:06, 9 February 2006 (UTC)
include Roland (air defence) here?
- I disagree, Roland is an independent AA system and deserves its own article, this one is about the type. MoRsE 09:54, 7 January 2007 (UTC)
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50 mm machine guns?
The article currently says "The turrets sported 4 parallel-mount 50 mm machine guns" but I think someone has mistaken .50 caliber (ie. ½ inch or 12,7 mmm) as standing for mm and not .5 inch. 50 mm would be a cannon caliber.--Sus scrofa (talk) 18:40, 13 December 2010 (UTC)