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An A6M2 Type 21 Camouflaged A6M Zero fighter of Japanese Navy 22nd Air Flotilla at Kota Bharu, Malaya, circa 1942Japanese fighter pilots working at a plane anchorage, date unknown; note two A6M2-N Type 2 Model 11 floatplanes in the backgroundJapanese Navy pilot Lieutenant Zenji Abe posing in front of a A6M2 Zero fighter aboard Akagi, late 1941-early 1942
An A6M2 Type 21 'Zero' fighter at Rabaul with the Hanabuki volcano as background, circa 1942-1944Camouflaged A6M Zero fighter of Japanese Navy 22nd Air Flotilla at Kota Bharu, Malaya, circa 1942Japanese fighter pilots working at a plane anchorage, date unknown; note two A6M2-N Type 2 Model 11 floatplanes in the backgroundJapanese Navy pilot Lieutenant Zenji Abe posing in front of a A6M2 Zero fighter aboard Akagi, late 1941-early 1942
United States Navy training poster depicting the Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighter, Feb 1942. Note that the poster describes the Allied code name “Zeke” as the “MacArthur Name.”A Japanese pilot marking a victory on his A6M Zero fighter, 14 Feb 1942; note his unitJapanese Navy Flight Petty Officer Tadayoshi KogaJapanese Navy Flight Petty Officer Tadayoshi Koga
United States Navy training poster depicting the Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighter, Feb 1942. Note that the poster describes the Allied code name “Zeke” as the “MacArthur Name.”A Japanese pilot marking a victory on his A6M Zero fighter, 14 Feb 1942; note his unit's mascot, a monkey, on the aircraftJapanese 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 2Japanese 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 2 of 2
US military personnel inspecting the US military personnel inspecting the US military personnel inspecting the Captured A6M Zero fighter
US military personnel inspecting the 'Akutan Zero' wreck, Akutan Island, US Territory of Alaska, 11 Jul 1942, photo 1 of 3US military personnel inspecting the 'Akutan Zero' wreck, Akutan Island, US Territory of Alaska, 11 Jul 1942, photo 2 of 3US military personnel inspecting the 'Akutan Zero' wreck, Akutan Island, US Territory of Alaska, 11 Jul 1942, photo 3 of 3Captured A6M Zero fighter 'Akutan Zero' being loaded onto a ship bound for the continental United States, US Territory of Alaska, Jul 1942
Captured A6M Captured A6M Zero fighter Profile of captured A6M US Navy Lieutenant Commander Eddie Sanders taxiing the captured Japanese A6M Zero fighter
Captured A6M 'Akutan Zero' fighter with US markings flying over San Diego, California, United States, Sep 1942Captured A6M Zero fighter 'Akutan Zero' flying over San Diego, California, United States, Sep 1942Profile of captured A6M 'Akutan Zero' fighter with US markings in San Diego, California, United States, Sep 1942US Navy Lieutenant Commander Eddie Sanders taxiing the captured Japanese A6M Zero fighter 'Akutan Zero', Naval Air Station San Diego, California, United States, Sep 1942
A6M Zero fighters at Rabaul, New Britain, late 1942A6M2 Model 21 Zero fighter of Lieutenant Hideki Shingo preparing to take off from carrier Shokaku during Battle of Santa Cruz, 26 Oct 1942Type 00 Fighters prepare for launch from the Shokaku, Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands, 26 Oct 1942B-24 bombing photo of Holtz Bay, Attu Island, Aleutian Islands, US Territory of Alaska, 7 Nov 1942; note A6M2-N floatplanes
A6M Zero fighters at Rabaul, New Britain, late 1942A6M2 Model 21 Zero fighter of Lieutenant Hideki Shingo preparing to take off from carrier Shokaku during Battle of Santa Cruz, 26 Oct 1942Type 00 Fighters prepare for launch from the Shokaku, Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands, 26 Oct 1942B-24 bombing photo of Holtz Bay, Attu Island, Aleutian Islands, US Territory of Alaska, 7 Nov 1942; note A6M2-N floatplanes

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