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MAJ-V34 Jiachong

Maj-v34 manned

Maj-v34-back

Unit Type

Mass Production Ground Mobile Armor

Appearances

Anime

Profile

Model Number
  • MAJ-V34
Manufacturer
Operator

General Characteristics

Overall Height
  • 3.0 meters9.843 ft
    118.11 in
Overall Length
  • 7.4 meters
Pilot Accommodations
  • Pilot (in standard cockpit in body)
    Gunner (in standard cockpit in turret)
Armor
Armaments
  • 85mm x 50 Smoothbore Cannon
  • 30mm Machine Gun

The MAJ-V34 Jiachong (aka Jiachong), is a tank unit of the Human Reform League in season 1 of Mobile Suit Gundam 00.

Technology & Combat Characteristics

The MAJ-V34 Jiachong is tank-like mobile armor used by the Human Reform League prior to the introduction of mobile suits. Though rendered obsolete by the Fanton, it remained in service as a patrol and fire support unit even after the Fanton itself was replaced by the Tieren. The Jiachong In addition to the standard model, the HRL also produced the unmanned MAJ-V34AI Jiachong AI-Controlled Type and an unarmed engineer version equipped with a bulldozer blade.

Armaments

  • 85mm x 50 Smoothbore Cannon
  • 30mm Machine Gun

History

The Jiachong is seen to battle with the three Throne Gundams in an HRL base in Guangzhou, China. The base's Tierens and Jiachongs open fire, but they become easy targets for the Thrones before the GN-X squad(led by Sergei Smrinov) arrived.

In A.D.2312 the Jiachong managed to remain in service as a patrol and fire support unit even after Jiachong itself was replaced by the GN-XIII. Although it was not a front line combat unit, it was still utilized for other purposes such as guarding the Federation prison where Allelujah Haptism was being kept. Although they're weapons were not affected by humidity caused by the tidal wave generated by the CBS-74 Ptolemaios 2 crashing into the ocean, they were clearly outmatched by Celestial Being's new GN-008 Seravee Gundam and GN-0000 00 Gundam.

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Notes

  • Jiachong in Mandarin means "beetle"

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