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Dinah1 Recon.

The rear observer in a photo taking position. He's holding a Type 100 hand-held aerial camera, standard for the Dinah.

Mitsubishi, Ki-46, Dinah.  This aircraft was first used by the Japanese Army in Manchukuo and China, where seven units were equipped with it, and also at times by the Japanese Imperial Navy in certain reconnaissance missions over the northern coasts of Australia and New Guinea.

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Pilot Japanese reconnaissance aircraft Mitsubishi Ki-46-II ‘Dean’ (army scout type 100) passes his sword airplanes after returning from a combat sortie.

Pilot Japanese reconnaissance aircraft Mitsubishi 'Dean' (army scout type passes his sword airplanes after returning from a combat sortie.-Pin it by GUSTAVO BUESO-JACQUIER

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World War II Uniforms - Japan - 1941-42, PO3/c Sadamu Komachi, serving aboard Shokaku. Japan - 1945 early, Lt Yutaka Morioka Of the 302nd AG at Atsugi. Japan - 1945, equipment pilot japan. Japan - 1942 may, PO1/c Takeo Tanimizu, serving aboard Junyo.

World War II Uniforms - Japan - Sadamu Komachi, serving aboard Shokaku. Japan - 1945 early, Lt Yutaka Morioka Of the AG at Atsugi. Japan - 1942 may, Takeo Tanimizu, serving aboard Junyo.

Heinkel He-111 over the English Channel during the Battle of Britain.

44 A forward machine gunner sits at his battle position in the nose of a German Heinkel He 111 bomber, while en route to England in November of (AP Photo) #

Dauntless on Carrier

wwiiairplanes: SBD Dauntless dive-bomber on US aircraft carrier deck, World War Two.

Japanese Emily H6K aflame after being attacked by Allied aircraft, date unknown

[Photo] Japanese H6K aflame after being attacked by Allied aircraft, date unknown

A Japanese Kawanishi ‘Mavis’ flying boat ablaze after being attacked by Allied aircraft.

At Clark Field : captured Japanese reconnaissance aircraft Ki-46-III 'Dean' (army scout type 100).

At Clark Field : captured Japanese reconnaissance aircraft 'Dean' (army scout type

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