B4Y aircraft at rest at an airfield, date unknown

Caption   B4Y aircraft at rest at an airfield, date unknown ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 3 Jan 2012



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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
13 Jan 2012 05:41:20 PM

Yokosuka B4Y1 "Jean" Aircraft looks like its
overall silver w/black engine cowling, red hinomaru markings on wings and fuselage with
red tail and horizontal stabilizers.
On the tail looks like Japanese characters
could be "Hokoku" presentation inscription.

Aircraft were donated as a gift from groups,
companies, organizations and individuals
throughout Japan delivered to the Imperial
Japanese Navy.
To learn more about "Hokoku" click to the D3A, Val dive-bomber and A6M Zero fighter here at ww2db.

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