Seki's special attack squadron took off among cheers, 25 Oct 1944

Caption   Seki's special attack squadron took off among cheers, 25 Oct 1944 ww2dbase
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Added Date 14 Sep 2006



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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
22 Aug 2010 05:35:25 PM

"Take arrows in your forehead, but never in your back" -Samurai Maxum-
2. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
4 Nov 2015 03:30:19 PM

AGAINST THE ODDS: "Take arrows in your forehead, but never in your back" -Samurai Maxum- Twilight of the A6M Zero now used for kamikaze missions. Photograph the first such mission carried out. Zeros were armed w/ 1 x 250kg bomb. Aircraft are older A6M2, Model 21 Zero fighters. This was named Shikishima Unit, Jinpu Special Attack Unit, October 25, 1944 Philippines

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