War Memorials of Wisconsin

M110 self-propelled howitzer

The M110 provided accurate, long-range artillery fire but had no armored hull protecting the crew.  The M110 served in the Vietnam War and the Persian Gulf War.  The M110, with a M-2A1E1 gun, was introduced in 1962. The updated M110A2, with a longer barrel XM-201 gun, was introduced in the 1980s.  Both guns are 8-inch (203 mm).

There are 3 known M110s on display in Wisconsin.  They are at the following locations:

City Located Photo(s) Model Number Hull Number /
USA Number
Location GPS Map(s)
Camp Douglas, WI M110A2 ?
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Volk Field,
Wisconsin National Guard Museum
N 43 55.680'
W 90 15.813'
Fort McCoy, WI M110A2 ?
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Fort McCoy Equipment Park N 44 01.167'
W 90 39.827'
Kansasville, WI M110A2 FMC287
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Veterans Memorial Wayside Park
Durand Ave (Hwy 11) between Sunnyside Dr & Vandenboom Rd
N 42 41.355'
W 88 08.243'


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