Type 89 15 cm Cannon Field Gun
|Country of Origin||Japan|
|Barrel Length||6,000.000 mm|
|Ammunition Weight||45.80 kg|
|Rate of Fire||2 rounds/min|
|Muzzle Velocity||685 m/s|
Contributor: C. Peter Chenww2dbaseThe Type 89 Cannon entered service with the Japanese Army in 1929 and first saw combat in northeastern China in late 1931. They remained in service through WW2, seeing action in China, the Philippine Islands, and Okinawa, Japan. 150 guns were produced during the design's production life.
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Last Major Revision: Apr 2012
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