Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Aircraft of World War II

NamePrimary RoleManufacturerCountry
2MB1 Light Bomber Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
2MR8 Reconnaissance Aircraft Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
A5M Fighter Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
A6M Zero Fighter Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
A7M Reppu Fighter Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
B1M Torpedo Bomber Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
B2M Torpedo Bomber Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
B5M Torpedo Bomber Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
F1M Other Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
G3M Medium Bomber Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
G4M Medium Bomber Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
J2M Raiden Fighter Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
J8M Shusui / Ki-200 Fighter Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
K7M Prototype Aircraft Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
Ki-1 Medium Bomber Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
Ki-15 Reconnaissance Aircraft Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
Ki-2 Light Bomber Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
Ki-20 Heavy Bomber Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
Ki-21 Medium Bomber Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
Ki-30 Light Bomber Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
Ki-33 Fighter Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
Ki-46 Torpedo Bomber Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
Ki-51 Ground Attack Aircraft Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
Ki-57 Transport Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
Ki-67 Hiryu Medium Bomber Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
Ki-83 Fighter Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
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