B2M biplane torpedo bomber at rest, date unknown

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Added Date 24 Oct 2011



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  1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
    22 May 2016 09:41:49 PM

    RED SUN: CARRIER AIRCRAFT

    Mitsubishi B2M1 Carrier Attack Bomber aircraft assigned to Oomura Kokutai, unit became responsible for crew training. The B2M1 saw action in China and the Second Sino-Japanese War.
    It was armed with 1 x forward firing 7.7mm machine gun, and 1 x rear firing 7.7mm machine gun. Cable of carrying 1 x 800kg/1,764lb torpedo
    or bombs.

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