Three Ki-30 aircraft in flight, date unknown

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Added Date 20 Mar 2007



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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
13 Aug 2010 08:30:36 PM

Photograph of Mitsubishi Ki-30 Type 97 light bombers, code name (Ann) of the 90th Sentai. The Ki-30 started its operational servce over China in 1938. They were later used as second-line training aircraft. Aircraft were also delivered to the Royal Thai Air Force. After WWII, the French operated a number of Ki-30's. The aircraft was also used for kamikaze missions.

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