Mortar ammunition is used to provide effective Fire Support (FS) to infantry or mechanized infantry at the platoon and company level.
Thanks to the their shorter-range (compared to howitzer artillery), and excellent and more effective for tactical field operations. In particular, due to its high, parabolic trajectory with a near vertical descent, the mortar can land bombs on nearby targets, including those behind obstacles or in fortifications, such as light vehicles behind hills or structures, or infantry in trenches.
- 60mm Commando mortar bombs – HEI (High-Explosive Incendiary), HEF (High-Explosive Fragmentation), 60mm SMK (smoke screen) or 60mm ILL (area illumination)
- 60mm standard mortar bombs – High-Explosive (HE), Smoke or Illumination (ILL)
- 81/82mm mortar bombs – High-Explosive (HE), Smoke or Illumination (ILL)
- 120mm heavy mortar bombs – High-Explosive (HE), Smoke or Illumination (ILL)