Type 98 20 mm AAG Tank

Type 98 20 mm AAG Tank

The Type 98 20 mm AAG Tank or Ho-Ki was a Japanese self-propelled anti- aircraft gun using the Type 98 20 mm gun combined with the chassis of the Type.
The Type 98 20 mm AAG (Anti-Air Gun) Tank was a Japanese self-propelled anti- aircraft gun using twin Soki Type II 20 mm anti-air guns. They were combined  ‎ Single gun variant · ‎ Twin gun version · ‎ See also · ‎ Notes.
It was an open-topped SPAAG mounting a single Type 98 20mm AA Machine It was the standard air defense unit for Japanese tank divisions. .. that they could re-use the bottom half of the vehicle and tack the AAG on top. Fireing the 20mm lahti Anti tank gun William Morrow and Company. I think the toughest one to implement in War Thunder would be a truck - that is if the reverse were to work anything like it does in Men of War Assault Squad - clumsy and only Type 98 20 mm AAG Tank in a fixed position. The gun could be emplaced in about three minutes by an experienced crew or fired inaccurately from its wheels. I can't see how it would have been seaworthy, but the Ka-Mi itself required conversion on shore anyway by dropping the pontoons. I wish they added it with AA guns so at least it could work as a heavy spaa. Help About Wikipedia Community portal Recent changes Contact page. Go To Topic Listing.