Ho-Ro Self Propelled Gun,

Ho-Ro - War Thunder WikiThe Ho-Ro was a Japanese self propelled gun of WWII that had been inspired by the German Grille. Based on the chassis of a Chi-Ha, it mounted a Type 3 150mm howitzer in an open casemate.

The combination of open casemate, thin armour (max. 25mm) and a lack of secondary armament, meant it was vulnerable in close combat.

Only 12 Ho-Ro SPGs were completed, but they saw action in the Philippines Campaign and on Okinawa.

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