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The warhead contained 50kg of high explosive (either amatol or TNT) and proved a potent weapon when used against fortifications and strongpoints. The rocket motor was angled to impart spin. The fuse of the warhead was armed by the centrifugal force caused by the spin.
The Rockets were packed and transported in cratea that were also used to fire it from. The rocket crates were mounted on a simple frame (Schweres Wurfgerat 41) and were fired remotely by the crew with an electrical charge.
The 32cm incendiary rocket contained 50 litres of fuel that was ignited by an Magnesium fuse on impact.
In Flames Of War The 28cm sWG41 Rocket Launchers were commonly used on both the Western and Eastern front in the late war period. You can field them as part of your Fortification allocation for a Festungs- kompanie from Atlantik Wall.
The 28cm sWG41 rocket launcher firing bombardments has a range of 40”/100cm, AT 3, and FP 1+.
It uses the Static Rocket Launcher rules found on page 30 of Atlantic Wall.
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