A5M4-K training fighter at rest, date unknownJapanese pilot KashimuraJapanese pilot KashimuraA5M aircraft at rest, date unknown
A5M4-K training fighter at rest, date unknownJapanese pilot Kashimura's A5M fighter shortly after being hit by anti-aircraft fire and losing the tip of the port wing, over Nanchang, Jiangxi, China, 9 Dec 1937, photo 1 of 2Japanese pilot Kashimura's A5M fighter shortly after being hit by anti-aircraft fire and losing the tip of the port wing, over Nanchang, Jiangxi, China, 9 Dec 1937, photo 2 of 2A5M aircraft at rest, date unknown
A5M fighter at rest, date unknownA5M fighter being prepared for combat, date unknownA5M fighter in flight, date unknownA5M fighter in flight, date unknown
A5M fighter at rest, date unknownA5M fighter being prepared for combat, date unknownA5M fighter in flight, date unknownA5M fighter in flight, date unknown
Japanese pilots Masao Asai and Masao Sato aboard carrier Akagi, 1938-1939; note A5M fighter in backgroundA5M fighter of carrier Akagi in flight, 1938-1939Japanese Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Saburo Sakai in the cockpit of his A5M fighter, Hankou, Hubei Province, China, 1939Pilot Mitsugu Mori of the Japanese Navy 12th Air Group posing with an A5M fighter, 1938-1939
Japanese pilots Masao Asai and Masao Sato aboard carrier Akagi, 1938-1939; note A5M fighter in backgroundA5M fighter of carrier Akagi in flight, 1938-1939Japanese Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Saburo Sakai in the cockpit of his A5M fighter, Hankou, Hubei Province, China, 1939Pilot Mitsugu Mori of the Japanese Navy 12th Air Group posing with an A5M fighter, 1938-1939
A6M2, Ki-44, and A5M4 aircraft, date unknownA5M2b fighters and B4Y1 torpedo bombers of the Japanese Navy 12th Air Fleet at rest, 1943-1945
A6M2, Ki-44, and A5M4 aircraft, date unknownA5M2b fighters and B4Y1 torpedo bombers of the Japanese Navy 12th Air Fleet at rest, 1943-1945
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