Japanese Navy Flight Petty Officer Tadayoshi Koga's A6M Zero fighter damaged by anti-aircraft fire over Dutch Harbor, US Territory of Alaska, 3 Jun 1942, photo 1 of 2

Caption   Japanese Navy Flight Petty Officer Tadayoshi Koga's A6M Zero fighter damaged by anti-aircraft fire over Dutch Harbor, US Territory of Alaska, 3 Jun 1942, photo 1 of 2 ww2dbase
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Added Date 23 Jan 2009

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1. airsponge says:
10 May 2011 08:51:49 PM

as a pilot of gliders and ultralights, i think these pilots deserve every credit they amass as they hone there skills that eventually help supply services to positions and places that need there skills payed or not' some give without pay, out of goodness of heart'''' happy air"

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