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The Aichi M6A Seiran (晴嵐?, "Clear Sky Storm" or "Mist on a Fair Day"[1]) was asubmarine-launched attack floatplanedesigned for the Imperial Japanese Navyduring World War II. It was intended to operate from I-400 class submarines whose original mission was to conduct aerial attacks against the United States.

The Aichi M6A Seiran (晴嵐?, "Clear Sky Storm" or "Mist on a Fair Day"[1]) was asubmarine-launched attack floatplanedesigned for the Imperial Japanese Navyduring World War II. It was intended to operate from I-400 class submarines whose original mission was to conduct aerial attacks against the United States.

Aichi M6A Seiran Print

Aichi Seiran Poster created by KazuAviationArt.

The only surviving Aichi M6A1 during restoration at the Smithsonian Musem

The only surviving Aichi during restoration at the Smithsonian Musem

Aviation Art Poster “Aichi M6A Seiran "

Aviation Art Poster “Aichi Seiran " created by KazuAviationArt.

Aichi M6A 'Seiran"

Aichi M6A 'Seiran"

日本海軍で当時世界最大の潜水艦だった伊400型潜水艦に載せた水上爆撃機・晴嵐をスミソニアン航空宇宙博物館で見てきた。 アメリカのワシントンD.C.のスミソニアン博物館群のうち国立航空宇宙博物館(national Air and Space Museum)の別館でワシントン・ダレス国際空港近くにあるスティーブン・F・ウドヴァーヘイジー・センター(Steven F. Udvar-Hazy…

日本海軍で当時世界最大の潜水艦だった伊400型潜水艦に載せた水上爆撃機・晴嵐をスミソニアン航空宇宙博物館で見てきた。 アメリカのワシントンD.C.のスミソニアン博物館群のうち国立航空宇宙博物館(national Air and Space Museum)の別館でワシントン・ダレス国際空港近くにあるスティーブン・F・ウドヴァーヘイジー・センター(Steven F. Udvar-Hazy…

Aichi M6A

Aichi M6A

The last surviving Aichi Seiran Japanese Seaplane on display at the Smithsonian Udvar-Hazy Museum near Washington, DC.

The last surviving Aichi Seiran Japanese Seaplane on display at the Smithsonian Udvar-Hazy Museum near Washington, DC.

1000+ images about Military on

1000+ images about Military on

WINGS PALETTE - Aichi M6A Seiran/Nanzan

WINGS PALETTE - Aichi M6A Seiran/Nanzan

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