|Manufacturer||Nakajima Aircraft Company|
Contributor: C. Peter Chen
ww2dbaseIn 1931, the Japanese Army adopted Nakajima Aircraft Company's NC design as the Army Type 91 Fighter. Between 1931 and 1934, 420 production examples of these parasol wing monoplanes were built in Japan by Nakajima and Ishikawajima; a smaller number were built in the Japanese-sponsored state of Manchukuo by the Manshu Aircraft Company. Although they were officially superseded by 1937, a small number of them remained in service with Japanese and Manchukuo forces in China.
Last Major Revision: Jul 2012
|Machinery||One Bristol Jupiter VII 9-cylinder radial engine rated at 520hp|
|Armament||2x7.7mm Type 89 machine guns|
|Wing Area||20.00 mÂ²|
|Weight, Empty||1,075 kg|
|Weight, Loaded||1,530 kg|
|Speed, Maximum||300 km/h|
|Service Ceiling||9,000 m|
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