The British Mk V Light Tank was an improvement in firepower to the Mk IV. It retained the same .303 MG but had a .40 MG added giving the Mk V a better anti-tank (light) capability. The vehicles turret was also enlarged to accommodate two crew, bring the total to 3 including the driver.
The British Army took delivery of 20+ vehicles around 1935. They were also used as experimental Self Propelled Anti-Aircraft Guns, mounting different new turrets during the War.
The British Mk V Light Tank Spec’s
Main Gun: .303 and .50 MG
Armour: 4 to 12mm
Dimensions: Length 3.68m, Width 2.06m, Height 2.21m
Engine: Meadows V-6 petrol 88bhp
Top Speed: 51km/h