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The types 92 (1932) and 94 I1934) tankettes were used for reconnaissance, screening, liaison, and hauling supplies to forward positions. They were tittle use in direct cornhat. 75-toncapacity Full-tracked trailer For the supplv roIc. Japanese tanks employed in the Southern Operations included the following: Weight Armament TVpe rm MGs tank rpe 94 (193 ,7)medium irn MGs rpe 95 (1935) light tan ~ . TheType 94 was similar in appeaance w r h e T p %'A and 6, but the driver's and bow gunnerk positions were reversed.
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