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G4M1 aircraft in flight, date unknownThe tail gunner and his view out of a G4M1 bomber, 1941G4M bomber at rest at an airfield, circa 1940sG4M bombers in flight, seen through the gun port of another G4M bomber, 1941-1943; note Type 92 machine gun (Lewis clone)
G4M1 aircraft in flight, date unknownThe tail gunner and his view out of a G4M1 bomber, 1941G4M bomber at rest at an airfield, circa 1940sG4M bombers in flight, seen through the gun port of another G4M bomber, 1941-1943; note Type 92 machine gun (Lewis clone)
G4M bombers in flight, seen through the gun port of another G4M, date unknownPainting View of the pilot cabin of G4M aircraft, 1942G4M bombers at rest at Davao Airfield, Mindanao, Philippine Islands, Jan 1942
G4M bombers in flight, seen through the gun port of another G4M, date unknownPainting 'Sea Battle off Malaya' by Kanichi Nakamura, 1942View of the pilot cabin of G4M aircraft, 1942G4M bombers at rest at Davao Airfield, Mindanao, Philippine Islands, Jan 1942
G4M1 bomber of Japanese Navy 4th Air Group commander Lieutenant Masayoshi Nakagawa, moments before crashing into sea during attack on USS Lexington off Bougainville, Solomon Islands, 20 Feb 1942. Photo 1 of 2G4M1 bomber of Japanese Navy 4th Air Group commander Lieutenant Masayoshi Nakagawa, moments before crashing into sea during attack on USS Lexington off Bougainville, Solomon Islands, 20 Feb 1942. Photo 2 of 2G4M Type 1 bomber of Japanese Navy 4th Air Group in flight, circa mid-1942Floating Japanese G4M1 bomber off Tulagi, Solomon Islands, 8 Aug 1942 as seen from the destroyer USS Ellet. The bomber was shot down during an aerial torpedo attack on the Allied shipping off Tulagi. Photo 1 of 2
G4M1 bomber of Japanese Navy 4th Air Group commander Lieutenant Masayoshi Nakagawa, moments before crashing into sea during attack on USS Lexington off Bougainville, Solomon Islands, 20 Feb 1942. Photo 1 of 2G4M1 bomber of Japanese Navy 4th Air Group commander Lieutenant Masayoshi Nakagawa, moments before crashing into sea during attack on USS Lexington off Bougainville, Solomon Islands, 20 Feb 1942. Photo 2 of 2G4M Type 1 bomber of Japanese Navy 4th Air Group in flight, circa mid-1942Floating Japanese G4M1 bomber off Tulagi, Solomon Islands, 8 Aug 1942 as seen from the destroyer USS Ellet. The bomber was shot down during an aerial torpedo attack on the Allied shipping off Tulagi. Photo 1 of 2
Floating Japanese G4M1 bomber off Tulagi, Solomon Islands, 8 Aug 1942 as seen from the destroyer USS Ellet. The bomber was shot down during an aerial torpedo attack on the Allied shipping off Tulagi. Photo 2 of 2Japanese G4M aircraft making a torpedo run against the American Guadalcanal-Tulagi invasion force, 8 Aug 1942A formation of G4M bombers in flight, circa 1940sA formation of G4M bombers in flight, circa 1940s
Floating Japanese G4M1 bomber off Tulagi, Solomon Islands, 8 Aug 1942 as seen from the destroyer USS Ellet. The bomber was shot down during an aerial torpedo attack on the Allied shipping off Tulagi. Photo 2 of 2Japanese G4M aircraft making a torpedo run against the American Guadalcanal-Tulagi invasion force, 8 Aug 1942A formation of G4M bombers in flight, circa 1940sA formation of G4M bombers in flight, circa 1940s
A formation of G4M bombers in flight, circa 1940sA formation of G4M bombers of Japanese Navy 705th Naval Air Group in flight, circa 1940sA formation of G4M1 Model 11 bombers of Japanese 701st Naval Air Group in flight with a mountain in the background, circa 1940sG4M bomber at rest, circa 1940s
A formation of G4M bombers in flight, circa 1940sA formation of G4M bombers of Japanese Navy 705th Naval Air Group in flight, circa 1940sA formation of G4M1 Model 11 bombers of Japanese 701st Naval Air Group in flight with a mountain in the background, circa 1940sG4M bomber at rest, circa 1940s

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