|Japanese Navy Type 96 anti-aircraft gun mount, date unknown||US Marine walking by a Japanese Type 96 25mm anti-aircraft gun on Tinian, Mariana Islands, Jul-Aug 1944||Japanese 25mm anti-aircraft gun in a 13ft revetment or emplacement located on the northern side of the Agana Airfield, Guam, Mariana Islands, 5 Oct 1944||Japanese 25mm dual mount anti-aircraft gun in its revetment on the causeway to Cabras Island, Apra Harbor, Guam, Mariana Islands, 23 Oct 1944|
|Japanese mechanical lead computing sight mounted on a Type 96 25mm anti-aircraft gun; seen in US Army handbook TM-E 30-480; photo 1 of 2||Japanese mechanical lead computing sight mounted on a Type 96 25mm anti-aircraft gun; seen in US Army handbook TM-E 30-480; photo 2 of 2||Overlooking Motoyama Airfield, Iwo Jima, Japan, 4 Mar 1945; note US Marine with M1 Carbine, Type 96 anti-aircraft mount, and the first B-29 to land on Iwo Jima||General Thomas Blamey and Brigadier David Whitehead inspecting a captured Japanese Type 96 25mm anti-aircraft gun, Essex Ridge, Tarakan Island, Borneo, 8 May 1945|
|Abandoned Japanese Type 96 25mm anti-aircraft mounts at Waingapu, Dutch East Indies, 25 Feb 1949||US Navy Master Chief Petty Officer Terry Scott inspecting an old Japanese Type 96 25mm gun at Iwo Jima, Japan, 23 Mar 2003|
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