Training team of the German 88-mm antiaircraft gun FlaK 18/36.
8,8 cm FlaK 18/36/37 (German 8,8-cm-Flugabwehrkanone 18/36/37), also known as “eight-eight” (Acht-acht), a German 88 mm antiaircraft gun on armament from 1932 to 1945. One of the best anti-aircraft guns of the Second World War. Also served as a model for the creation of guns for tanks “Tiger” Panzer VI. These guns were widely used in the role of anti-tank and even field guns. Often these tools are called the most famous weapons of the Second World War.