This military ClipArt gallery offers 72 illustrations of artillery weapons spanning the ages, from catapaults and ballistas to cannons, howitzers, and rail guns.

A 192 pound bomb shell for the 240 mm trench mortar used during World War I. The vanes, or wings, are at the end of the case perpendicular to each other.

192 Pound Trench Mortar Bomb Shell

A 192 pound bomb shell for the 240 mm trench mortar used during World War I. The vanes, or wings, are…

A metallic cartridge used in small arms and small artillery pieces.

Military Shell

A metallic cartridge used in small arms and small artillery pieces.

A diagram illustrating the by using a fixed revolver head while spinning the lathe to create the cone shape.

Navy Ordnance Shells

A diagram illustrating the by using a fixed revolver head while spinning the lathe to create the cone…

An illustration of the ordinance dock located in the Brooklyn Shipyard. To the bottom right of the illustration notice the stacks of cannons and at the top right, parts of ships laid out on the ground.

Shipyard Dock

An illustration of the ordinance dock located in the Brooklyn Shipyard. To the bottom right of the illustration…

Brooklyn Navy Yard is an American shipyard, located 1.7 miles (2.7 km) northeast of the Battery on the Brooklyn side of the East River in Wallabout Basin, a semicircular bend of the East River across from Corlear's Hook in Manhattan. The area is part of Brooklyn Community Board 2. Bounded by Navy Street, Flushing and Clinton Avenues, it covered over 200 acres (0.81 km²) at the height of its production of U.S. Navy warships.

Brooklyn Shipyard

Brooklyn Navy Yard is an American shipyard, located 1.7 miles (2.7 km) northeast of the Battery on the…

One of the most famous Parrott rifles is the Swamp Angel, an 8-inch (200 mm) gun used by federal Brigadier General Quincy Adams Gillmore to bombard Charleston, South Carolina.

Swamp Angel

One of the most famous Parrott rifles is the Swamp Angel, an 8-inch (200 mm) gun used by federal Brigadier…

Front view of a thirty-ton armored tank.

Tank

Front view of a thirty-ton armored tank.

Labeled interior of an armored tank.

Tank

Labeled interior of an armored tank.

An armored English tank.

English Tank

An armored English tank.

An armored German tank.

German Tank

An armored German tank.

A barrel torpedo.

Torpedo

A barrel torpedo.

A device propelled through water with a ship as its target. "(a) Head; (b) air cylinder; (c) after body; (e) propellers; (f) war nose." -Foster, 1921

Torpedo

A device propelled through water with a ship as its target. "(a) Head; (b) air cylinder; (c) after body;…