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The Kawanishi was an Imperial Japanese Navy flying boat produced by the Kawanishi Aircraft Company and used during World War II for maritime patrol duties.

The Mitsubishi G4M (or "Type 1 land-based attack aircraft") (一式陸上攻撃機, 一式陸攻) was the main twin-engine, land-based bomber used by the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service in World War II. The Allies gave the G4M the reporting name Betty. Japanese Navy pilots called it "葉巻" Hamaki (Cigar), due to its cylindrical shape.

The Mitsubishi (or "Type 1 land-based attack aircraft") (一式陸上攻撃機, 一式陸攻) was…

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Planes of Fame Airshow Day Yokosuka Suisei Judy. A very rare surving Imperial Japanese Navy attack bomber restoration.

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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Kate ~ Nakajima B5N made its combat debut in 1938 during the Sino-Japanese War. Flying missions as a land-based tactical bomber, it soon revealed several weaknesses, notably poor armor and defensive armament. Rather than attempt to improve crew protection by adding more armor, the IJN instead opted to attempt to improve the already good performance of the aircraft with a more powerful engine.~ BFD

/k/ Planes Episode Folded Over 1000 Times Edition Time for another episode of /k/ Planes! This time, probably the most famous Japanese aircraft manufacturer, Nakajima.

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The U.S. Navy evaluates a captured Japanese Kawasaki Ki-61 fighter at the U.S. Navy Naval Air Test Center Patuxent River, Maryland in June 1945. (Official U.S. Navy Photograph.)

Navy evaluates a captured Japanese Kawasaki fighter at the U. Navy Naval Air Test Center Patuxent River, Maryland in June (Official U.

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