Japanese Army Ki-27 aircraft at an airfield in northeastern China, 1939

Caption   Japanese Army Ki-27 aircraft at an airfield in northeastern China, 1939 ww2dbase
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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
12 Nov 2015 02:47:09 PM

IMPERIAL JAPANESE ARMY AIR FORCE: CHINA Line-up of Nakajima Hi-27 Nates assigned to the 64th Sentai. First Nate has red engine cowling and what looks like a red eagle below the cockpit. The Nate was armed w/2 x 7.7mm machine guns and was the standard low wing fixed landing gear fighter. During the Pacific War with the US and its Allies, the Ki27 was operated as a second-line fighter-trainer in Japan. The Nate was also operated by civilian flying schools in Japan under contract with the Imperial Army to train pilots.

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