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The Type 95 Ha-Go (also known as the Type 97 Ke-Go) was a Japanese light tank used in the Second World War. It was very slow for a light tank, however more than 2000 were produced. It was used by the Japanese Army in China and the entire Pacific War. Although it proved sufficient against infantry, it was no match for Allied tanks.
Four textures with army, winter, summer and tropical camouflage.
Fully working tracks, both forwards and backwards, independant or with a single dial.
Opening hatches for the commander, driver and radio operator, opening engine hatches. Traversable turret and elevating main gun and machine guns.
Highly detailed but with a low polygon count.
These tanks entered service in 1935 and at that time it was a capable machine and comparable to any contemporary light tank in the world.
The Type 95 Ha-Go was the best vehicle of its category available to the Japanese forces in any numbers from the 1930s to World War II. It was a 7.4-ton vehicle with crew of three, an armament of one 37 mm main gun and two 7.7 mm (0.303 inch) machine guns. This first production models possessed one 110 hp (82 kW) Mitsubishi Diesel engine with a top speed of 25 mph (40 km/h). Later the manufacturer installed a more powerful engine, the "Mitsubishi NVD 6120" of 120 hp (89.5 kW). Some Type 95 were fitted with two reflectors in the front of the vehicle for night operations.
The Light Tank Type 95 proved moderately successful during the early campaigns of late 1941 and early 1942, when Japanese forces overran British Malaya and seized the fortress city of Singapore.
In combat the Type 95 tanks were often easily destroyed. Standard infantry weapons were capable of penetrating the minimal armour around the engine block, and even its thickest armour could not withstand anything above rifle caliber. Its firepower was insufficient to take on other tanks, but it was however effective against infantry who weren`t equipped with proper anti-tank weaponry due to its effective high explosive shell. Despite these faults the tank was built in large numbers although production never came close to the numbers of allied armor such as the M4 Sherman medium or the M3 Stuart light tanks.
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