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Fow-JBX01Hohei Chutai37.80includes one Hohei Chutai HQ with one Company Command Sword team & one 2iC Command Sword team (with optional Regimental Standard), two Hohei Platoons each with one Command Sword team & three Rifle Squads each containing three Rifle teams & one Light mortar team, four Small three-hole bases, six Small two-hole bases, twelve Medium four-hole bases & six Medium five-hole bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-JBX02Medium Sensha Platoon37.80includes five Type 89 Chi-Ro Medium tanks & five Tank Commander figures. In 1929, the Type 89 (1929) tank was developed by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. Initially is started life as a light tank design, but was re-designated a medium tank once its weight had gone over 10 tons. Production of the Type 89 began in 1931 and it became the main tank of the Imperial Japanese Army. The Type 89 entered combat in Manchuria in 1931, and saw action during the battle of Shanghai in 1932, all against various Chinese forces. It fought strictly in the infantry support role where its 15mm of armour protected it from small-arms fire and its short 57mm Type 90 gun proved effective at knocking out Chinese machine-gun nests. It continued to be used in China throughout the 1930s. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-JBX03Type 95 Ha-Go Platoon (x5)37.80 five Type 95 Ha-Go Light tanks & five Tank Commander figures. The Japanese military development of the Type 95 Ha-Go light tank was purely out of necessity. The medium Type 89 Chi-Ro tank suffered from an inability to keep pace on the battlefield with the fast moving infantry mounted in trucks that could reach speeds up to 40 km/h. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-JBX04Kihei Platoon23.40includes a Kihei Platoon (Cavalry Platoon) and Kihei Chutai HQ (Cavalry Company Headquarters) with four Cavarly MG teams, a Command Cavalry Sword team, a 2iC Cavalry Command Sword team and a Company Command Cavalry Sword team. Options to field Banners or Regimental Standard included. A Kehei (Cavalry) Platoon is small but it does have a Type 96 light machine-gun in each cavalry squad, giving them considerable firepower for a unit of its size. Their duties would normally consist of advancing ahead of the division to discover the enemy’s disposition. After the destruction of their fellow reconnaissance regiment, the Azuma Detachment, the cavalry men of the Ioki Detachment found themselves in defensive positions. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-JP005Type 94 TK13.05includes two Type 94 TK tankettes & two Tank Commanders. The Type 94 TK (an abbreviation of Tokushu Keninsha or Special Tractor) was the Japanese answer to the tankette fad that swept Europe during the 1930s. After testing the British and French designs, the Imperial Japanese Army (IJA) considered the designs too restrictive due to their small size and set about designing a larger version. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-JP051Type 97 Chi-Ha8.55includes on Type 97 Chi-Ha Medium Tank & one Tank Commander. The Type 97 Chi-Ha was developed as a replacement for the Type 89 Chi-Ro which was considered obsolete by the late 1930s. In essence, the Type 97 was simply a scaled-up version of the Type 95 Ha-Go but with greater power-to-weight ratio, thicker armour and a two-man turret. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-JP430Isuzu 1.5-ton Truck8.55includes HQ Section with one Command Sword team, two Machine-gun Sections each with two Type 3 HMG, one Small three-hole base & four Medium four-hole bases. The Type 3 heavy machine-gun (HMG) had its origins in the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-05 when the Japanese utilised a number of the French designed Hotchkiss Modèle 1900 heavy machine guns to great effect. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-JP501Type 94 37mm Anti-tank Gun13.05includes two Type 94 37mm Anti-tank guns with crew, one Command Sword team, one Small three-hole base & two Medium bases. The origins of the Type 94 37mm anti-tank gun were rooted in the Type 11 37mm Infantry Gun which had been pressed into service as a primitive anti-tank weapon. However, due to its low muzzle velocity it had limited success against armour therefore it was felt that a dedicated anti-tank gun was essential. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-JP560Type 92 70mm Gun13.05includes two Type 92 70mm, one optional Observer Rifle team, one Commander Sword team, one Small three-hole base, one Small two-hole base & two Medium bases. The Type 92 was designed in response to the short-comings of the Type 11 37mm infantry gun and Type 11 70mm mortar; both of which it was felt were lacking in adequate range and firepower. It also meant that the infantry had to carry two different weapons each with their own ammunition into battle. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-JP565Type 41 75mm Infantry Gun 14.85 includes two Type 41 75mm Infantry guns with crew, one Command Sword team, one optional Observer Rifle team, one Small three-hole base, one Small two-hole base & two Medium bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-JP570Type 38 75mm gun14.85includes two Type 38 75mm guns with crew, one Command Sword team, one optional Observer Rifle team, one Small three-hole base, one Small two-hole base & two Large bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-JP580Type 96 150mm Howitzer14.85includes two Type 96 150mm howitzer with crew & optional 105mm gun barrels & two Large bases. Work begun on developing a new howitzer during the 1920s after the Japanese Army sent a number of military attachés to Europe during World War One. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-JP702Hohei Platoon (Infantry)20.70one HQ Section with one Command Sword team, three Rifle Squads each containing three Rifle teams & one Light Mortar team, one Small three-hole base, three Small two-hole bases, six Medium four-hole bases & three Medium five-hole bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-JP704Hohei Machine-gun Platoon8.55includes HQ Section with one Command Sword team, two Machine-gun Sections each with two Type 3 HMG, one Small three-hole base & four Medium four-hole bases. The Type 3 heavy machine-gun (HMG) had its origins in the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-05 when the Japanese utilised a number of the French designed Hotchkiss Modèle 1900 heavy machine guns to great effect. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-JP706Nikuhaku Teams8.55includes six Nikuhaku teams & six Medium four-hole bases. The Japanese plan for dealing with tanks was simple. They formed Tokk? or ‘special attack’ teams equipped with Molotov Cocktails and mines, relying on the superior moral fibre of the Japanese soldier to overcome matériel superiority. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-JP710xxArtillery HQ4.50includes one Command Sword team, one Staff teams, one Observer Rifle teams, one Medium four-hole base & two Small three-hole bases. A staff team is an important component of large artillery platoons. The staff team’s job is to take the target’s map reference, radioed to them by the spotter, and convert it to angles and elevations for the artillery weapons. BattlefrontFlames of War