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Type 5 Na-To

CountryJapan
Primary RoleTank Destroyer

Contributor:

ww2dbaseThe Type 5 Na-To tank destroyer design began as a potential weapon to counter the heavily-armored American tanks. The design was completed in 1945, and an order for 200 examples was placed. The design made use of the chassis of the Type 4 Chi-So medium tracked carriers, and primary weapon was to be either the Type 5 75-millimeter anti-aircraft gun or the Type 4 75-millimeter tank gun. Lack of raw materials hindered production, thus when the Pacific War ended, only two units were built, and none of them saw action.

ww2dbaseSource: Wikipedia

Last Major Revision: Aug 2011

SPECIFICATIONS

Type 5 Na-To
MachineryOne diesel engine rated at 150hp
SuspensionBell crank
Armament1x75mm Type 5 anti-aircraft gun or 1x75mm Type 4 tank gun, 1x7.7mm machine gun
Armor12mm max
Crew7
Length5.80 m
Width2.40 m
Height2.75 m
Weight15.0 t
Speed40 km/h




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