J1N1-S aircraft shortly after a landing accident, date unknown

Caption   J1N1-S aircraft shortly after a landing accident, date unknown ww2dbase
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Added Date 12 Nov 2006

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1. Jamie McIntyre says:
7 Jun 2010 07:36:04 PM

This is actually a J1N1-F, a proposed recon variant that wasn't continued with, note the spherical 20mm turret behind the pilot's position. http://www.ww2shots.com/gallery/d/6845-2/j1n1-s-drawing-ww2shots-air+force.jpg
2. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
13 Aug 2010 03:21:37 PM

Nakajima J1N1-R with experimental turret with a 20mm cannon. Most Gekko's were used in kamikaze attacks and carried two 250kg/551 lb bombs. Of interest was the Sakae 21 and 22 engines driving opposite roating propellers, like the famous Lockheed P-38. A total of 479 aircraft were built. Only one aircraft survives today, it is on display at the Nationa Air & Space Museum located in Washington, DC, USA.

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