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Type 95 Ha-Go
Type 95 Ha-Go 1
Role Light tank
Operators Japan
No. of positions 3
Position 1 Driver
37mm gun
Position 2 7.7mm machine gun
Position 3 7.7mm machine gun
Type 95 Ha-Go (Entrenched)
Role Light tank
Operators Japan
No. of positions 1
Position 1 37mm gun

Type 95 Ha-Go is a Japanese light tank.


The Ha-Go is equipped with a Type 98 37 mm gun, which is effective against lightly armoured vehicles, but not so against more heavily armoured tanks. The gun fires explosive shells, therefore it can be very deadly to groups of infantry.

The tank also has two Type 97 machine guns: one in the front of the hull, and one towards the rear of the turret. Like other Japanese Tanks, it lacks a coaxial machine gun. So in Battlegroup42 the main gun has been given shells with bigger splash damage to make up this shortcoming against enemy infantry.

Being one of the most numerous tanks of the Imperial Japanese Army, the Ha-Go serves throughout the war, hence it can be seen in many maps. Some tanks are available in entrenched positions with machine guns removed as a turreted pillbox.


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