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The Priest is an American [[Artillery#Self-Propelled|self-propelled gun]] armed with a 105mm howitzer, similar in design and role to the German [[Wespe]] and British [[Sexton]].  
 
The Priest is an American [[Artillery#Self-Propelled|self-propelled gun]] armed with a 105mm howitzer, similar in design and role to the German [[Wespe]] and British [[Sexton]].  
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= Combat Performance =
 
= Combat Performance =
  
The Priest is a simple design, with an added superstructure housing the ubiquitous M2 howitzer. It gives artillery much-needed mobility; the Priest can move and fire immediately without the need to unlimber and deploy. As it lacks good defensive armament it is vulnerable to almost all attacks.
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The Priest is a simple design, with an added superstructure housing the ubiquitous [[M2 105mm Howitzer|M2 howitzer]]. It gives artillery much-needed mobility; the Priest can move and fire immediately without the need to unlimber and deploy. As it lacks good defensive armament it is vulnerable to almost all attacks.

Revision as of 14:11, 25 May 2012

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The Priest is an American self-propelled gun armed with a 105mm howitzer, similar in design and role to the German Wespe and British Sexton.

Combat Performance

The Priest is a simple design, with an added superstructure housing the ubiquitous M2 howitzer. It gives artillery much-needed mobility; the Priest can move and fire immediately without the need to unlimber and deploy. As it lacks good defensive armament it is vulnerable to almost all attacks.