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[Photo] Type 96 15 cm howitzers of Japanese

[Photo] Type 96 15 cm howitzers of Japanese 7th Artillery Regiment in northeastern China, 1939 [Photo] Type 96 15 cm howitzers of Japanese 7th Artillery Regiment in northeastern China, 1939 . Read it [Photo] Type 96 15 cm howitzers of Japanese 7th Artillery Regiment in northeastern China, 1939

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Japan 12.7 cm/40 (5) Types 88 and 89

The Type 88 was used only on two submarines in single mountings. The very similar Type 89 was the first Japanese AAA weapon designed for the purpose and was used on most World War II warships of cruiser size and larger as well as on small destroyers and some auxiliaries.

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Type 1 47 mm anti

The Type 1 47 mm anti-tank gun The design was the first completely indigenous anti-tank gun design completed in Japan, The HE shell weighed 3.08 pounds (1.40 kg) and used the Type 88 instantaneous or short delay fuse with a complete round weighing 5.4 pounds (2.4 kg).

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Type 61

Type 61 tanks on the move in 1985 in Okinawa as part of a joint US/Japanese exercise. The Type 61 is conventionally laid out, with a central turret and the engine located at the rear of the hull. The tank has a crew of four, a commander, driver, gunner and loader. The hull is welded steel, with a cast steel turret.

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Other Original WW2 Japanese Collectibles for sale

WW2 Japanese Arisaka Rifle Type 99 Butt Plate Nails(Set Of Three) $3.75. 3 left. WW2 Japanese Arisaka Rifle Type 38 Wrist Tang(Lower) $10.00. 4 left. WW2 Japanese Arisaka Type 99 Stock Shim(Rear Action Screw) $2.85. 5 left. Replica WW2 Japanese

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Japan Japanese MBT Tanks Heavy Armored UK

The Type 10 (TK-X) is an advanced fourth-generation main battle tank (MBT) manufactured by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, for the Japan Ground Self Defence Force (JGSDF). The development of the Type 10 MBT was initiated by the Technical Research and Development Institute (TRDI) in 2002.

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The Battle Tank: Top 20 Modern Tanks

The tank may incorporate technology found in the T-62, T-72, Type 88 and Ch'onma-ho MBTs.[6][7] Outside parties codename the tank M-2002 because the tank went through performance trials on February 16, 2002 (therefore being officially confirmed by outside sources), although the tank may have been in existence since 1992.

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Hanyang 88

The Type 88, sometimes known as Hanyang 88, was a Chinese rifle that was used by the National Revolutionary Army during the Second Sino-Japanese War.The name derived from the Hanyang Arsenal factory that made this rifle. The rifle had a bayonet attachment to use in close combat after a charge.Another standard rifle the NRA issued was the Chiang Kai-Shek rifle.

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Type 88 (tank)

The Type 88 is a series of medium second-generation main battle tanks (MBTs) from China.Based on the Type 79 design, the Type 88 entered service with the People's Liberation Army (PLA) in the 1980s. As of 2003, an estimated 500 Type 88 MBTs are currently in service with the PLA. The tank was followed by the Type 96 MBT.

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Ishi

This time I wanted to show off the Ishikawajima's tank, the 108. Japan purchased from Britain basic prints of their A1E1 Independent tank during the inter-war period. Ishikawajima decided to built a prototype tank of their own to match. It was armed with a 75mm cannon in its central turret. Type 94 75mm mountain gun. Type 88 75mm AA gun.

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Hobby Master 1/72 Ground Power Series HG3308 Type 59 MBT

approximately 9,500 to 10,000 tanks had been manufactured with many going to units such as the 1st armored division of 65th Group Army in the Beijing Military District. Of these approximately 4,000 were exported. Over the years the Type 59 received six upgrades one being the replacement of the 100 mm Type 59 rifled gun with a 105 mm rifled gun.

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Photos of World War II Aircraft

Japanese 2MB1 aircraft in flight, late 1920s Japanese Army Type 88-1 (KDA-2) reconnaissance aircraft at rest, circa late 1920s Bre.19 and other aircraft on display at the Second International Aerospace Exhibition at Kaiserdamm, Berlin, Germany, Oct 1928

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Type 94 japanese army truck (1934)

Rendition by D Bocquelet, Tanks Encyclopedia of the Type 94 66 Imperial Japanese army truck Factory photo of the 66 IJA army truck A Type 94 supplying the Imperial Japanese Army's 16th tank regiment (equipped with Type 95 Ha-Go) on Marcus Island, ww2, date unknown.

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Technology Threat: chinese type 99 vs american m1a2 abrams.

chinese type 99 vs american m1a2 abrams. chinese armed forces main battle tank vs united states main battle tank the legendary m1a1 abrams series the abrams is serving in the armies of many countries as egypt saudi arabia kuwait recentley it entered service in the iraqi army it has too many adverseries to fight like t-72 t-90 type99 t-80 u

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M47 Patton

The M47 Patton was the second tank of the Patton series, and one of the U.S Army's principal medium gun tanks of the Cold war with models in service from the early 1950s to the late 1980s. The tank belongs to the Patton family of tanks, named after General George S. Patton, commander of the U.S

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Japanese Arisaka in .30

Jun 14, 2011Japanese Arisaka in .30-06, Pictures up! Hi all, The rifle is definately a Thai Type 83/88. That is, a Thai Type 83 (a la Japanese Type 38) converted to fire the Thai Type 88 cartridge (.30-06/ US .30 cal). The barrel step on the shortened barrel is most likely stamped ๘ ๓ / ๒ ๕ ๐ ๒ - 83/2502 or Type 83 modified in the Buddhist

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Modern Tanks and AFVs (post

The Type 96 has been mass-produced since the mid-1990s and in its 2000s A/G version, is comparable to Western 3rd generation MBTs. This model replaced all other tanks currently in service from previous generations, namely the Type 59, 69, 79, 80, 88 and possibly even 85.

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Japaese Type 88 Large Artillery Fuze

Large Type 88 Instantaneous (Gun and Howitzer-Mortar) impact type artillery fuze. Upon firing, the arming collar drops and the wedges are pushed out by centrifugal force, clearing the path for the striker. Above are some rounds this fuze can be found on. (Left-to-Right): • 70mm Type 3 H.E.A.T. (Howitzer) • 57mm H.E. for the Type 90/97 Tank Gun

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Expeditionary Light Tank BAE Systems air deployable

Expeditionary Light Tank BAE Systems air deployable vehicle technical data sheet specifications information description intelligence identification pictures photos images video information U.S. Army United States American defence industry military technol

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Type 88 SSM

The Type 88 SSM or 88 SSM o nyūryoku, is a Japanese Surface-to-Surface or Surface-to-Ship launcher truck that first appeared in the 2002 Toho film, Godzilla Against MechaGodzilla. Godzilla Against MechaGodzilla Weapons Armed with 6 missiles capable of firing at a range of 180 kilometers Equipped

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Japanese Tanks in World War 2

Japanese Tanks in World War 2. Japanese Armour and Other Vehicles. Introduction; Japanese designation systems; Armoured personnel carriers. Type 1 Ho-Ki Armoured cars. Type 92; Aikoku; Amphibious vehicles. Type 2 Ka-Mi Type 3 Ka-Chi Tankettes. Type 88; Light tanks. Type 94; Type 95 Ha-Go Type 97 Te-Ke Type 4 Ke-Nu Medium tanks. Type

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Ordnance

Also marked GwK and IV .18. This marking would be consistent with the German WW2 17cm Kanone 18, making it a very rare item indeed. Does not have nose fuze but there is a hold in the point showing the interior is empty. No paint remaining, exterior has some minor pitting as visible in photos

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Japan

The problem with the Type 88-75mm is that it has less range to tank units (500m compared to the 600m meters of the other guns) and less damage to air units, therefore the half price comes a cost. Japan provides an unusual playable faction, combining ingenuity, low-probability, high-impact events, and cheap production costs.

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Type

Top 10 Main Battle Military Tanks in World - Best Military Tanks in World. Type 99 (China), (Russia), (South Korea), Type 10 (TK-X) (Japan) Type Produced The TK-X (MBT-X) project aims to produce the new Type 10 main battle tank, to replace or complement the existing Type 74 and. Slaughter is the best medicine Δείτε περισσότερα

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The Deadly 88

Dec 14, 2014-German anti tank rounds were far superior in penetration than comparable shells of a similar caliber-the 88 was designed as a flak weapon to engage aircraft at high altittude. Engaging slow moving tanks at 3,000 yards meant a single gun could engage an entire squadron and possibly destroy the lot before the tanks could engage.

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Type 88

Type 88 may refer to: PLZ-45 (Type 88), a Chinese self-propelled artillery, based on the Canadian GC-45 howitzer; PGZ-88 (Type 88), a Chinese mobile Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Gun. Type 88 Tanks: Type 88 tank (China), a Chinese main battle tank; K1 88-Tank (Type 88), a South Korean main battle tank; Carden Loyd tankette (Type 88), a Japanese

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Type 89 I

Type 89B I-Go, early production model, part of the Shanghai operations in 1937. Notice the three tone spotted camouflage with blackened borders, typical of the so-called "Japanese style". Type 89B I-Go, 7th Armored Brigade, China, 1941. Gallery. Type 89A, early model. Get the Poster of the ww2 Imperial Japanese Army Tanks and support us !

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Type 88 75mm anti

Type 88 75mm anti-aircraft gun. The Japanese Type 88 75mm AA gun was the standard mobile anti-aircraft artillery weapon. It was in service from 1927 - 1945 and over 2000 were made. It was used both in defense of airfields against ground attack and in a dual-purpose role as

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Japanese Artillery Anti

Japanese Artillery. -tank guns were found to be useless against allied medium tanks and due to this AP ammunition was developed for all gun types. In 1942 the Japanese introduced an improved anti-tank gun in the shape of type 1 47mm, but there were never enough of

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J

J-Tank is the Japanese tank study group in which Taki participates. It publishes the magazine J-Tank on Japanese tanks and armored vehicles twice a year. (Aug. and Dec.) The text of the magazine is in Japanese, but it has many interesting photos which cannot be seen elsewhere. Each number has about 40-50 pages and the most pages have photos.

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