The Battlefield 2 total conversion historical realism modification "Battlefield: Korea" deals with the Korean War (1950 - 1953), which is also known as the "Forgotten War".

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The Type 95 Ha-Gō (九五式軽戦車 ハ号 kyūgo-shiki kei-sensha Ha-Gō?) (also known as Ke-Go) was a light tank used by the Imperial Japanese Army in combat operations of the Second Sino-Japanese War, at Nomonhan against the Soviet Union, and in the Second World War. It proved sufficient against infantry, but, like the American M3 Stuart, it was not designed to fight other tanks. Approximately 2,300 units were produced, making it the most numerous Japanese armored fighting vehicle of the time.

The Type 95 Ha-Go was used by the IJA (Imperial Japanese Army) during World War II, but was also used by the Chinese during the Chinese Civil War and the Korean War. South Korea used them as well during the Korean War.

Hundreds of the tanks were left behind in China after the Japanese were defeated in WW2.

Main armament: Type 94 (1934) or 37 mm tank gun

Secondary armament: 2 × 7.7 mm Type 97 machine gun

Engine: Mitsubishi A6120VDe air-cooled inline 6-cylinder 14.4 L diesel
120 hp (90 kW) at 1800 rpm

Speed: 45 km/h (28 mph) on road

Thanks to Kraetzer from Forgotten Hope 2's Community Map Pack Pacific theater for letting us use this light tank.

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