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Japanese bombers flying in formation. What were some pros and cons about Japanese bombers

Abandoned plane - looks like a Russian Ekranoplan, ground effect flying boat

Russian Lun-Class Ekranoplan (ground effect aircraft) deteriorating in a ship yard on the caspian Sea

The Mitsubishi Ki-67 Hiryū (飛龍, "Flying Dragon"; Allied reporting name "Peggy") was a twin-engine heavy bomber produced by Mitsubishi and used by the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force in World War II. Its Army long designation was "Army Type 4 Heavy Bomber" (四式重爆撃機).

The Mitsubishi Ki-67 Hiryū (飛龍, "Flying Dragon"; Allied reporting name "Peggy") was a twin-engine heavy bomber produced by Mitsubishi and used by the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force in World War II. Its Army long designation was "Army Type 4 Heavy Bomber" (四式重爆撃機).

Ki-45

The Kawasaki Toryu was a two-seat, twin-engine fighter used by the Imperial Japanese Army in World War II. The army gave it the designation "Type 2 Two-Seat Fighter"; the Allied reporting name was "Nick". Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Mitsubishi Ki-15-I w locie podczas II wojny światowej

Japanese Army reconnaissance aircraft in flight, date unknown

Splendid shot of a Mitsubishi G3M “Nell” bomber squadron flying in formation in the Pacific. This was the first modern Japanese long range bomber to be produced on a wide scale.

Splendid shot of a Mitsubishi “Nell” bomber squadron flying in formation in the Pacific. This was the first modern Japanese long range bomber to be produced on a wide scale.

Forums / IJAAF Library / Nakajima Ki-27 - Axis and Allies Paintworks

Forums / IJAAF Library / Nakajima - Axis and Allies Paintworks

The Junkers Ju 87 or Stuka was a German dive bomber and ground-attack aircraft designed by Hermann Pohlmann and first flew in 1935. The Ju 87 made its combat debut in 1937 with the Luftwaffe's Condor Legion during the Spanish Civil War. It served the Axis forces in World War II.

Stuka Tank-Buster - Kind of looks like a model with some photo editing, but they did have these so it could be the real thing.

Mitsubishi Ki-67 Type 4 Heavy Bomber Hiryu 'Peggy' (Hasegawa box art)

Mitsubishi Type 4 Heavy Bomber Hiryu "Peggy" of the Hamamatsu Instructing Flying Division

Kawasaki Ki 100-Ia. Operational missions began in March 1945. From the first engagements, the Ki-100 performed well against the B-29 and showed itself to be equally effective against U.S. Navy carrier fighters.[4] A new variant, the Ki-100-Ib, was produced during the last weeks of the war in time to equip five sentai for home defense duties.

/k/ Planes Episode Sudoku Edition It’s time for another episode of /k/ Planes! This time, another Japanese aircraft manufacturer: Kawasaki. Kawasaki Aircraft Industries was founded in making.

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