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G4M1 Model 11 bomber in flight, date unknownG4M1 Model 11 bomber of Kanoya Kokutai in flight, date unknownG6M1 bomber in flight, date unknown; note Mount Fuji in backgroundCaptured Japanese G4M bomber being evaluated by the Allied Technical Air Intelligence Unit based at Eagle Farm Airbase, Brisbane, Australia, 1945. Note the exaggerated USAAF markings, using the rudder stripes that had been eliminated 3 years earlier.
G4M1 Model 11 bomber in flight, date unknownG4M1 Model 11 bomber of Kanoya Kokutai in flight, date unknownG6M1 bomber in flight, date unknown; note Mount Fuji in backgroundCaptured Japanese G4M bomber being evaluated by the Allied Technical Air Intelligence Unit based at Eagle Farm Airbase, Brisbane, Australia, 1945. Note the exaggerated USAAF markings, using the rudder stripes that had been eliminated 3 years earlier.
G4M2E Model 24 Tei bomber of Japanese Kokutai 721 carrying a MXY7 Ohka bomb, 1945After the recapture of Clark Field, Luzon, Philippines, American intelligence officers examine a Japanese Mitsubishi G4M-2 bomber, Feb 1945G4M2E Model 24 Tei bomber releasing a MXY7 Ohka manned special attack aircraft, circa 1945Series of five photos showing a G4M2E Model 24 Tei bomber releasing a MXY7 Ohka manned special attack rocket during testing, circa 1945
G4M2E Model 24 Tei bomber of Japanese Kokutai 721 carrying a MXY7 Ohka bomb, 1945After the recapture of Clark Field, Luzon, Philippines, American intelligence officers examine a Japanese Mitsubishi G4M-2 bomber, Feb 1945G4M2E Model 24 Tei bomber releasing a MXY7 Ohka manned special attack aircraft, circa 1945Series of five photos showing a G4M2E Model 24 Tei bomber releasing a MXY7 Ohka manned special attack rocket during testing, circa 1945
American Marines examined the wreck of a G4M bomber at one of Iwo JimaJapanese Navy aviators resting; note G4M2e Model 24 bomber with MXY7 Ohka Model 11 aircraft in backgroundSix gun camera photos of a G4M2e Model 24 Tei bomber carrying MXY7 Model 11 Ohka bombs, 1945Japanese delegation stopped at Ryukyu Islands en route to Manila for surrender, 19 Aug 1945, 01 of 10
American Marines examined the wreck of a G4M bomber at one of Iwo Jima's two operational airfields, Mar-Apr 1945Japanese Navy aviators resting; note G4M2e Model 24 bomber with MXY7 Ohka Model 11 aircraft in backgroundSix gun camera photos of a G4M2e Model 24 Tei bomber carrying MXY7 Model 11 Ohka bombs, 1945Japanese delegation stopped at Ryukyu Islands en route to Manila for surrender, 19 Aug 1945, 01 of 10
Japanese delegation stopped at Ryukyu Islands en route to Manila for surrender, 19 Aug 1945, 02 of 10Japanese delegation stopped at Ryukyu Islands en route to Manila for surrender, 19 Aug 1945, 03 of 10Japanese delegation stopped at Ryukyu Islands en route to Manila for surrender, 19 Aug 1945, 04 of 10Japanese delegation stopped at Ryukyu Islands en route to Manila for surrender, 19 Aug 1945, 05 of 10
Japanese delegation stopped at Ryukyu Islands en route to Manila for surrender, 19 Aug 1945, 02 of 10Japanese delegation stopped at Ryukyu Islands en route to Manila for surrender, 19 Aug 1945, 03 of 10Japanese delegation stopped at Ryukyu Islands en route to Manila for surrender, 19 Aug 1945, 04 of 10Japanese delegation stopped at Ryukyu Islands en route to Manila for surrender, 19 Aug 1945, 05 of 10
Japanese delegation stopped at Ryukyu Islands en route to Manila for surrender, 19 Aug 1945, 08 of 10Japanese delegation stopped at Ryukyu Islands en route to Manila for surrender, 19 Aug 1945, 10 of 10Cockpit of a wrecked G4M bomber, New Britain, Bismarck Archipelago, Sep 1945G4M, B6N, D4Y, and L2D (license-built DC-3) aircraft at Yokosuka Navy Air Corps Oppama Base, Japan, late 1945
Japanese delegation stopped at Ryukyu Islands en route to Manila for surrender, 19 Aug 1945, 08 of 10Japanese delegation stopped at Ryukyu Islands en route to Manila for surrender, 19 Aug 1945, 10 of 10Cockpit of a wrecked G4M bomber, New Britain, Bismarck Archipelago, Sep 1945G4M, B6N, D4Y, and L2D (license-built DC-3) aircraft at Yokosuka Navy Air Corps Oppama Base, Japan, late 1945

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