A B6N2 torpedo bomber resting at an airfield, date unknownA mechanic manually turning the engine on a B6N2 torpedo bomber to prevent hydraulic lock, date unknownB6N torpedo bombers flying in formation, date unknownB6N torpedo bombers warming up at an airfield, date unknown
A B6N2 torpedo bomber resting at an airfield, date unknownA mechanic manually turning the engine on a B6N2 torpedo bomber to prevent hydraulic lock, date unknownB6N torpedo bombers flying in formation, date unknownB6N torpedo bombers warming up at an airfield, date unknown
A B6N2 torpedo bomber exploding in mid-air after direct hit by 5-inch shell from carrier Yorktown, off Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 4 Dec 1943, photo 1 of 2A B6N2 torpedo bomber exploding in mid-air after direct hit by 5-inch shell from carrier Yorktown, off Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 4 Dec 1943, photo 2 of 2Japanese B6N aircraft releasing a torpedo in waters between Taiwan and Philippine Islands, 14 Oct 1944; USS Alabama and a destroyer in background; photo taken from USS EssexDecoy Japanese B6N, Ki-27, and other aircraft emitting false smoke during US air raid, Koshun Airfield, southern Taiwan, date unknown
A B6N2 torpedo bomber exploding in mid-air after direct hit by 5-inch shell from carrier Yorktown, off Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 4 Dec 1943, photo 1 of 2A B6N2 torpedo bomber exploding in mid-air after direct hit by 5-inch shell from carrier Yorktown, off Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 4 Dec 1943, photo 2 of 2Japanese B6N aircraft releasing a torpedo in waters between Taiwan and Philippine Islands, 14 Oct 1944; USS Alabama and a destroyer in background; photo taken from USS EssexDecoy Japanese B6N, Ki-27, and other aircraft emitting false smoke during US air raid, Koshun Airfield, southern Taiwan, date unknown
G4M, B6N, D4Y, and L2D (license-built DC-3) aircraft at Yokosuka Navy Air Corps Oppama Base, Japan, late 1945A captured B6N2 torpedo bomber with US markings, post-WW2, photo 1 of 2A captured B6N2 torpedo bomber with US markings, post-WW2, photo 2 of 2Wreck of a B6N aircraft under 120 feet of water at Truk (Chuuk), Caroline Islands, 22 Jul 2006, photo 1 of 3
G4M, B6N, D4Y, and L2D (license-built DC-3) aircraft at Yokosuka Navy Air Corps Oppama Base, Japan, late 1945A captured B6N2 torpedo bomber with US markings, post-WW2, photo 1 of 2A captured B6N2 torpedo bomber with US markings, post-WW2, photo 2 of 2Wreck of a B6N aircraft under 120 feet of water at Truk (Chuuk), Caroline Islands, 22 Jul 2006, photo 1 of 3
Wreck of a B6N aircraft under 120 feet of water at Truk (Chuuk), Caroline Islands, 22 Jul 2006, photo 2 of 3Wreck of a B6N aircraft under 120 feet of water at Truk (Chuuk), Caroline Islands, 22 Jul 2006, photo 3 of 3
Wreck of a B6N aircraft under 120 feet of water at Truk (Chuuk), Caroline Islands, 22 Jul 2006, photo 2 of 3Wreck of a B6N aircraft under 120 feet of water at Truk (Chuuk), Caroline Islands, 22 Jul 2006, photo 3 of 3
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