Type 5 Chi-Ri

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Type 5 Chi-Ri
Type 5 Chi-Ri
General
Type: Medium Tank
Owner: Japan
Year: 1945
Specifications
Length: 8.4 m
Width: 3 m
Height: 3.1 m
Weight: 37 t
Armour: 75mm
Speed: 45 km/h
Armament
Primary Weapon: 75mm Type 5
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History
Japan's last and greatest tank design of the war. The Type 5 Chi-Ri was an experimental design fitted with a 75mm cannon and a new belt fed auto loading system, which would have given the Chi-Ri the ability to fire a shell every 2 seconds! To deal with such a high rate of fire the gun was placed in large turret which could also store 100 rounds of ammunition. An incomplete prototype was captured by the Americans after the war and taken back to America but sadly all trace of it was then lost.


Note

It has been a long held belief that the Chi-Ri was planed to be fitted with a 88mm cannon but no mention of this can be found in Japanese documents. It is believed to be a presumption made by the Americans forces who captured it and has since been repeated in English history books.


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Defenses
Anti-Tank: Type 1 47mm, Type 90 75mm, Type 5 105mm, M40 106mm
Anti-Aircraft: Type 96 25mm, Type 99 88mm, Type 5 150mm, Bofors 40mm L/70
Artillery: Type 91 105mm, Type 96 150mm, Type 4 40cm, M1A1 155mm
Ground Vehicles
Construction/Supply: Type 4 Chi-So, Isuzu Type 97, Nissan Type 180, Toyota Su-Ki
Transport: Isuzu Type 94, Type 95 Kurogane, Type 98 So-Da, Type 1 Ho-Ha, Type 1 Ho-Ki, Type SU 60
Armoured Car: Type 92 Osaka, Toyota J40
Tankette: Type 92, Type 94 TK, Type 97 Te-Ke
Light Tank: Ko-Gata, Otsu-Gata, Type 95 Ha-Go, Type 3 Ke-Ri, Type 4 Ke-Nu, Type 98 Ke-Ni, Type 98B Ke-Ni Otsu, Type 98 Ke-Ni Kai, Type 2 Ke-To, Type 5 Ke-Ho
Medium Tank: Type 89 I-Go, Type 97 Chi-Ni, Type 97 Chi-Ha, Type 98 Chi-Ho, Type 97 Chi-Ha "Shinhoto", Type 1 Chi-He, Type 3 Chi-Nu, Type 3 Chi-Nu Kai, Type 4 Chi-To (Prototype), Type 4 Chi-To, Type 5 Chi-Ri (Plan 1), Type 5 Chi-Ri, Type 5 Chi-Ri (TRI), Type 5 Chi-Ri (MHI), Type 5 Chi-Ri II, STA-1, STA-2, STA-3, Type 61, STB-1
Heavy Tank: Type 91, Type 95, Shisei 100t, Type 100 O-I, Type 120 O-I, Type 2604, Type 4 Tiger
Anti-Aircraft: Type 94 20mm AA, Type 98 Ta-Se, Type 98 Ta-Se II, M42 Duster
Tank Destroyer: Type 1 Ho-Ni I, Type 3 Ho-Ni III, Type 5 Ho-Ru, Type 5 Ho-Ri (Concept), Type 5 Ho-Ri, Type 5 Ho-Ri II, Type 5 Chi-Ri II TD, Type 5 Na-To, Type 5 Ka-To, Type 60
Support: Type 2 Ho-I, Type 5 Ku-Se, 120mm Short, 120mm Long
Artillery: Jiro-Sha, Type 100 Te-Re, Type 1 Ho-Ni II, Type 4 Ho-To, Type 4 Ho-Ro, Type 4 Ha-To, Type 5 Ho-Chi, Type SY 56, Type SX 60, Type 67
Flame/Chem Tank: Type 94 Ko-Go
Repair Vehicle: Se-Ri
Amphibious: Type 92 A-I-Go, SR I-Go, SR Ro-Go, Type 2 Ka-Mi, Type 3 Ka-Chi, Type 4 Ka-Tsu, Type 5 To-Ku
Other: Type 97 Ka-Ha, Type 97 Shi-Ki
Aircraft
Fighter: Ki-27, A6M2 Zero, A6M5 Zero, Ki-43 Hayabusa, Ki-61 Hien, Ki-84 Hayate, Ki-100, J7W1 Shinden, J7W2 Shinden-Kai, Ki-201 Karyu, Katsuodori, F-86 Kyokukō
Ground Attack: Ki-32, Ki-51, Ki-98, Ki-102, Ki-115 Tsurugi, Kikka, T-1 Hatsutaka
Bomber: Ki-21, Ki-48 Sokei, Ki-49 Donryu, Ki-67 Hiryu, R2Y1 Keiun, R2Y2 Keiun-Kai, G10N1 Fugaku, Kawasaki P-2J
Transport: Ki-57, G4M, Ki-105 Otori
Other: Fu-Go, MXY7 Ohka
Naval
Cruiser/Battleship: Yamato
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