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Catalog Title: Mitsubishi, Zero Corporation Name: Mitsubishi Official Nickname: Zero Additional Information: Japan Designation: Tags: Mitsubishi, Zero Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive


WWII IJN AICHI M6A SEIRAN Floatplane / Seaplane Bomber Aircraft Stamp

Issued by Guinea in 2011 as part of their World War 2 aircraft series os stamps.


The Nakajima Tsurugi was a one-man kamikaze aircraft developed by the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force in the closing stages of World War II in late

Japanese pilot

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Ki-51 with skis

Mitsubishi “Sonia” dive bomber being tested on skis at Obihiru Airfield, Hokkaido, Japan. The aircraft was painted white, though it is not evident on this image.

Cover of July 1930 issue of magazine "Koku Jidai". Artist: Suzuki Gyosui (1898-1982). The flying boat is a Dornier Do J Wal belonging to the Nippon Koku Yuso KK, named "Kamitaka". It was the first Wal built by Kawasaki with parts imported from Germany. The cockpit on this plane was located behind the passenger cabin. It was completed in October 1930 and assigned to the Osaka-Fukuoka route.  (Arawasi)

Cover of the July 1930 issue of magazine " Koku Jidai years ago. Another brilliant artwork by artist Suzuki Gyosui (see previous.

Nakajima Ki-43 Hayabusa (Oscar) This aircraft: Entering service in January 1943.Later it served on Rabaul in Papua New Guinea. Shortly after the end of the war, this Oscar was found in dense jungle four miles from Vunakanau airfield on Rabaul. The plane had severe front-end damage from its final landing, but was repaired by Japanese soldiers with parts salvaged from a number of other Oscars.

Nakajima Hayabusa Oscar : The Flying Heritage Collection

三菱Ki-46-3 5439日本空軍 - 航空博物館

三菱Ki-46-3 5439日本空軍 - 航空博物館

Description Nakajima Ki-84 (Army

The Nakajima "Hayate" 疾風"Gale"?) was a single-seat fighter used by the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force in World War II. The Allied reporting name was "Frank"; the Japanese Army designation was Army Type 4 Fighter (四式戦闘機 yon-shiki-sentō-ki?