Battle Field 1942 War Zone

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On this page will be 6 of the... how ever many japanese units that are in the i gave the name and the discription on the units.... except for that loner to the right -------->

Chi Ha 97

The Chi-Ha light tank was no match for the Russian and U.S. tanks. At Nomonhan, Japanese troops were nearly wiped out because the Chi-Has guns could not stop the enemy tanks. In response to this failure, Japan increased the armor and firepower of the Chi-Ha, but the newly unveiled U.S. M4 Sherman exceeded the capability of the updated Chi-Ha.
Hanomag Sdkfz.251

Though smaller than the M3 half-track, the Hanomag Sdkfz.251 had a little more speed than its American counterpart. It differed from the US half-track in that it didnt have front-wheel drive, which meant less control in certain terrain. However, with its larger track system, the Hanomag was a superior off-road vehicle. Armory included flamethrowers and heavy artillery.

VW Type 82 Kübelwagen

Literally translated, the German Kübelwagen means bucket car". This lightweight vehicle was produced up until the end of World War II. Though similar in size to the U.S. Willys jeep, the 2-wheel drive Kübelwagen did not have the same off-road capabilities.
SdKfz.124 Wespe

First used by the Germans at Kursk, the SdKfz.124 Wespe (which translates as Wasp) was essentially a high-powered gun mounted on the undercarriage of an outdated tank. By fitting a howitzer on the tracks of an otherwise obsolete Panzer II tank, the Germans built a powerful support vehicle for their Panzer tank divisions.

A6M Zeke/Zero

The Japanese Zeke/Zero was a carrier-based plane that could outperform Allied land-based fighters. With its lightweight construction and powerful engine, this sleek fighter was extremely fast, maneuverable, and able to travel great distances. Heavily armed and capable of exacting substantial losses, the Zero was one of Japans premier aircraft fighters.
IJN Shokaku Class

The IJN Shokakus impressive list of engagements includes Pearl Harbor, Coral Sea and Guadalcanal, but the Shokaku did not participate in the battle at Midway, and her absence was felt hard during Japans loss at this crucial battle. In June 1944, the Shokaku was sunk in the Battle of the Philippine Sea by the USS Cavalla, delivering a crippling blow to the IJN.