List of artillery weapons of the Imperial Japanese Navy

This is a list of heavy artillery weapons of the Imperial Japanese Navy of World War Two.

Anti tank guns

*Type 94 37 mm Anti-Tank Gun
*Model 96 25 mm AT/AA Gun
*Type 1 37 mm Anti-Tank Gun
*Type 1 47 mm Anti-Tank Gun

Medium anti-aircraft gun

*Model 96 25 mm Dual Purpose Anti-Tank/Anti-Aircraft Gun
*Vickers Type 40 mm AT/AA Gun
*Type 4 75 mm AA Gun
*Type 11 75 mm AA Gun
*Type 88 75 mm AA Gun

Heavy anti-aircraft gun

*Type 3 12 cm AA Gun
*Type 3 80 mm Anti-Aircraft Gun
*Type 5 15 cm AA Gun (project)
*Type 10 120 mm AA Gun
*Type 14 10 cm AA Gun
*Type 99 88 mm AA Gun

Rocket launcher (ground use)

*25 mm Rocket Gun Launcher
*80 mm Anti-Tank Rocket Launcher
*100 mm Anti-Tank Rocket Launcher
*120 mm Rocket Launcher
*120 mm Six-Rocket Launcher
*200 mm Rocket Launcher Model 1
*200 mm Rocket Launcher Model 2
*200 mm Rocket Launcher Model 3
*450 mm Heavy Rocket Launcher
*Type 6 Ground Use Bomb Projection Rocket Launcher Model 11
*Type 6 Ground Use Bomb Projection Rocket Launcher Model 13
*Type 3 Rocket Launcher Model 1
*Type 3 Rocket Launcher Model 2
*Type 3 Rocket Launcher Model 2Modify 1

Rocket launcher (carrier-based)

*75 mm Blast-Off Rocket Launcher
*120 mm Rocket Launcher
*120 mm 28-Rocket Launcher
*120 mm 30-Rocket Launcher
*150 mm Rocket Depth Bomb Launcher

In short, these weapon systems were some of the most technically advanced at the time. Even though they are dwarfed by the power, range, and accuracy of modern day artillery, they are a testament to their time.Fact|date=February 2007

ee also

* List of Japanese military equipment of World War II


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