KWK may refer to:

  • KWK-AM, former call sign of the radio station KXFN
  • KWK-FM, former call sign of the radio station WARH
  • KWK-TV, former call sign of the television station KMOV
  • KwK, abbreviation of Kampfwagenkanone

Other articles related to "kwk":

... Kampfwagenkanone (KwK) ("Fighting vehicle cannon") may refer to any of the following tank guns used by the German Wehrmacht's Panzerkorps during World War II ... Name Barrel length Tank used in 2-cm-KwK 30 L/55 110 cm PzKpfw II 2-cm-KwK 38 L/55 110 cm PzKpfw II 3,5-cm-KwK 36 L/46 161 cm PzKpfw III, Ausf ... A-E 5-cm-KwK 38 L/42 210 cm PzKpfw III, Ausf ...
Entwicklung Series - E-100
... Krupp turret.The Maus turret housed 150 or 170 mm KwK gun + secondary 75 mm KwK gun ... The Krupp turret housed the deadly 128 mm KwK gun + secondary 75 mm KwK gun ... The Tiger-Maus Variant only had a 128 mm KwK 44 L/55 (75 rounds) ...
8.8 Cm Flak 18/36/37/41 - Pak 43 and KwK 43
... development, resulting in the dreaded 8.8 cm Pak 43 anti-tank gun and 8.8 cm KwK 43 tank gun ... The standard armament of the Tiger II, the KwK 43 tank gun, was essentially the Pak 43 externally modified to fit into a turret ...
D-10 Tank Gun - History
... at 1,000 m range, making it superior to the German 75 mm KwK 42 mounted on the Panther tank and the original 88 mm guns such as the Tiger I's KwK 36, but not as good as the ...
Kwigillingok Airport
... Kwigillingok Airport (IATA KWK, ICAO PAGG, FAA LID GGV, formerly A85) is a state-owned, public-use airport located one mile (two kilometres) northwest of the central business ... also a nearby seaplane landing area known as Kwigillingok Seaplane Base (FAA LID KWK) ... the airport is assigned GGV by the FAA and KWK by the IATA ...