A formation of G4M bombers in flight, date unknown

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Added Date 31 Oct 2011

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
6 Oct 2011 07:47:25 PM

Formation of unidentified G4M "Betty" bombers could belong to any Kokutai of the IJNAF. The Betty was the spearhead of the Imperial Navys land-based bomber units. On December 10, 1941 Mitsubishi G3M "Nell" & G4M "Betty" Bombers of the 22nd Air Flotilla attacked and sunk two British capitol ships the battleship Prince of Wales and the older battlecruiser Repulse off the coast of Malaya

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