F1M1 seaplane flying over Rabaul, New Britain, Bismarck Islands, 1942-1944Five Japanese F1M seaplanes at Rekata Bay, Santa Isabel, Solomon Islands, 1943F1M aircraft in flight, date unknownUS reconnaissance photo of the Japanese seaplane base at Kavieng Harbor, New Ireland, 15 Feb 1944; note Mitsubishi F1M2 Float Planes, US code named
F1M1 seaplane flying over Rabaul, New Britain, Bismarck Islands, 1942-1944Five Japanese F1M seaplanes at Rekata Bay, Santa Isabel, Solomon Islands, 1943F1M aircraft in flight, date unknownUS reconnaissance photo of the Japanese seaplane base at Kavieng Harbor, New Ireland, 15 Feb 1944; note Mitsubishi F1M2 Float Planes, US code named 'Pete'
Two damaged Japanese F1M2 biplanes on the beach at Rekata Bay, Santa Isabel, Solomon Islands, Mar 1944; note RNZAF Flight Lieutenant J. Beattie in foregroundCorporal Ralph Hayden and Leading Aircraftman Harry Pearce of No. 80 Squadron RAF working on F1M (foreground) and N1K (background) aircraft, Surabaya, Java, Dutch East Indies, Jan 1946
Two damaged Japanese F1M2 biplanes on the beach at Rekata Bay, Santa Isabel, Solomon Islands, Mar 1944; note RNZAF Flight Lieutenant J. Beattie in foregroundCorporal Ralph Hayden and Leading Aircraftman Harry Pearce of No. 80 Squadron RAF working on F1M (foreground) and N1K (background) aircraft, Surabaya, Java, Dutch East Indies, Jan 1946
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