OTO Melara

OTOVickers-TerniOTO-MelaraOdero Terni OrlandoOto-BredaOdero-Terni-OrlandoOtobredaO.T.O.BredaOdera-Terni-Orlando
OTO Melara was a subsidiary of the Italian company Finmeccanica S.p.A. (today Leonardo), active in the defence sector, with factories in Brescia and La Spezia.wikipedia
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OTO Melara Mod 56

M56 105mmL5 Pack Howitzer105mm Pack Howitzer
The Mod 56 pack howitzer, in service throughout the world, and the 76mm naval gun, adopted by 53 navies and installed on over 1,000 naval vessels, are among OTO Melara's best-known weapons since World War II.
The OTO-Melara Mod 56 is an Italian-made 105 mm pack howitzer built and developed by OTO-Melara.

Leonardo S.p.A.

FinmeccanicaLeonardoLeonardo-Finmeccanica
OTO Melara was a subsidiary of the Italian company Finmeccanica S.p.A. (today Leonardo), active in the defence sector, with factories in Brescia and La Spezia.
On 1 January 2016, Leonardo-Finmeccanica became a single industrial company by integrating the activities of its subsidiaries AgustaWestland, Alenia Aermacchi, DRS Technologies, Selex ES, Oto Melara and WASS.

Ariete

C1 Ariete
The C1 Ariete is the main battle tank of the Italian Army, developed by Consorzio Iveco Oto Melara (CIO), a consortium formed by Iveco and Oto Melara.

OF-40

OF-40 Mk.2
The OF-40 is an Italian main battle tank developed as a joint venture between OTO Melara and Fiat, and intended primarily for export sales.

Cantiere navale fratelli Orlando

OrlandoOTO LivornoOTO, Livorno
It was founded in 1905 as a joint venture of Vickers and Terni Steelworks, Cantiere navale fratelli Orlando and Cantieri navali Odero.
Orlando shipyard was integrated in 1929 by the company “Odero Terni Orlando” abbreviated “OTO”, which reunited the Cantieri navali Odero, Cantiere navale del Muggiano and Vickers Terni with the direction transferred to Genova; OTO was incorporated in the IRI in 1933.

B1 Centauro

CentauroCentauro B1Centauro II
It was developed by a consortium of manufacturers, the Società Consortile Iveco Fiat - Oto Melara (CIO).

Dardo IFV

DardoC13 DardoVCC-80 Dardo
Iveco is responsible for the hull and propulsion systems, while Oto Melara is responsible for the weapons and fire control systems.

Cantieri navali Odero

OderoCantieri OderoOdero Shipbuilding Co.
It was founded in 1905 as a joint venture of Vickers and Terni Steelworks, Cantiere navale fratelli Orlando and Cantieri navali Odero.
Together with the Ansaldo-San Giorgio shipyard at Muggiano and the armament works of Vickers-Terni it was amalgamated into Odero-Terni by Attilio Odero, which, in turn, absorbed the Cantiere navale fratelli Orlando of Livorno two years later.

Puma (AFV)

Puma 6x6PumaPuma 4×4
The vehicles were developed and are produced by the Consorzio Iveco Fiat – Oto Melara for the Italian Army.

GBU-39 Small Diameter Bomb

Small Diameter BombGBU-39Small-Diameter Bomb
At the moment it is working on the production of 500 GBU-39s for the Aeronautica Militare.
Boeing and the Italian firm Oto Melara have signed a contract covering the license production of 500 GBU-39/B (INS/GPS) and 50 BRU-61/A racks for the Aeronautica Militare, at a cost of nearly US$34 million.

Otomatic

Otomatic Air Defense Tank
Designed and built by OTO Melara, it was armed with a single 76 mm naval gun.

Joint Direct Attack Munition

JDAMGBU-38GBU-31
In the last decade the company has produced between 900 and 1000 GBU-31 and GBU-32 JDAMs on license.

Hitfist

Oto Melara has developed and sold a two-man turret, for armored vehicles, they call Hitfist.

Freccia IFV

FrecciaFreccia Mortar CarrierVBM Freccia
The Freccia is built by a consortium combining Iveco (hull, engine, suspension) and Oto Melara (armament).

Palmaria (artillery)

PalmariaPalmaria heavy howitzersTAM VCA
Developed by OTO Melara for the export market, the development of the Palmaria began in 1977, with the first prototype appearing in 1981.

Hitfist OWS

Oto Melara has developed and sold a remotely operated turret, for armored vehicles, they call Hitfist OWS.

Vickers

Vickers-ArmstrongVickers, Sons & MaximVickers Supermarine
It was founded in 1905 as a joint venture of Vickers and Terni Steelworks, Cantiere navale fratelli Orlando and Cantieri navali Odero.

Hitrole

Oto Melara HitroleOTO Melara Hitrole 503 NT
The Hitrole is a remote weapons station manufactured by Italian arms company Oto Melara (merged into Leonardo S.p.A., previously Finmeccanica since 2016).

Otobreda 127/64

127 mm gun Oto Melara SRGM127 mm Vulcano main guns127/64 mm Vulcano
The Oto Melara 127/64 Lightweight (LW) naval gun mount is a rapid fire gun mount suitable for installation on large and medium size ships, intended for surface fire and naval gunfire support as main role and anti-aircraft fire as secondary role.

OTO Melara 76 mm

Otobreda 76 mmOTO-Melara 76 mmOTO Melara Mk 75 76 mm/62 caliber naval gun
The Mod 56 pack howitzer, in service throughout the world, and the 76mm naval gun, adopted by 53 navies and installed on over 1,000 naval vessels, are among OTO Melara's best-known weapons since World War II.
The OTO Melara 76 mm gun is a naval gun built and designed by the Italian defence company Oto Melara.

76mm/L62 Allargato

76 mm/62 Allargato76 mm/62 MMI76/62mm Allargato
The 76mm/L62 Allargato is a single barrel, medium caliber, dual purpose automatic naval cannon designed and produced in the 1960s by the Italian defence firm of OTO-Melara as the cannon armament for all medium and large class warships built for the Italian Navy in that decade.

Otobreda 127/54 Compact

Otobreda 127 mm/54 gunCompact Gun127/54 mm gun
The Otobreda 127mm/54 Compact (127/54C) gun is a dual purpose naval artillery piece built by the Italian company Oto Melara.

Otomat

Otomat Mk 2MILASTeseo
The Otomat is a short-range subsonic anti-ship and coastal defence missile developed by the Italian company Oto Melara jointly with Matra and now made by MBDA.

DARDO

Fast Forty40 mm Breda Dardo gunDARDO/40 mm Breda
DARDO ("Dart" in Italian) is a close-in weapon system (CIWS) built by the Italian companies Breda and Oto Melara.

SIDAM 25

Sidam-25SIDAM 25''' Self-propelled anti-aircraft gun
Beginning production in 1987, OTO Breda built a large turret to accommodate the four Oerlikon KBA cannons and remodelled the hull of the M113 slightly to provide side-access to the internal space of the vehicle by the addition of a side-mounted door.