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Japanese Type 2 Ka-Mi Amphibious Tank



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The Type 2 Ka-Mi was the Imperial Japanese Navy’s first amphibious tank. Based upon the ubiquitous Ha-Go chassis with detachable pontoons and a boat hull to aid water travel. The Japanese Navy developed a series of amphibious tanks to support the Special Naval Landing Force during amphibious operations, such as those which the Japanese launched throughout their conquests of early 1941 and 1942.

The main armament of the Ka-Mi was a high-velocity 37mm gun with a co-axial Type 97 light machine gun. It was also known to have been fitted with torpedoes on occasion – the tank could even be launched from the deck of Japanese submarines!

Japan found itself fighting a defensive war, and so tanks changed their role to infantry support, functioning as mobile pillboxes. The Ka-Mi reportedly saw action in Marianas, the Marshall Islands, Guam, New Guinea, and during the invasion of Leyte.

Contains one resin and metal amphibious tank, Bolt Action stat card, vehicle damage markers, full colour waterslide decals, Bolt Action order die.

Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

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