Armor for the Ages: Type 95 Ha-Go

Type9502Armor for the Ages website has created a new page and photo gallery for the Japanese Type 95 Ha-Go light tank that is kept at the National Armor and Cavalry Museum collection at Fort Benning GA.  This particular vehicle was one of two captured by the U.S. Army’s 40th Infantry Division in the Philippines in 1945.  It was brought back to the US and resided in California for a while before being transferred to the Patton Museum.  A more complete history of the vehicle can be read at the AFTA website here.

Two photo galleries of this tank can be viewed at the AFTA website.  Click on the picture to go to the gallery page.

Gallery One (exterior pictures)


Gallery Two (interior pictures)


If you would like to support the work documented by Armor for the Ages, consider donating to either the Patton Museum or the National Armor and Cavalry Museum Foundation.


  1. Thanks for including my web site articles on your site. I hope it leads to a wider audience and awareness of the vehicles that are now at Fort Benning.


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