A6M2, Ki-44, and A5M4 aircraft, date unknownKi-44 fighter in flight, date and location unknownKi-44 fighter in flight, date and location unknownKi-44 fighter taxiing, date and location unknown
A6M2, Ki-44, and A5M4 aircraft, date unknownKi-44 fighter in flight, date and location unknownKi-44 fighter in flight, date and location unknownKi-44 fighter taxiing, date and location unknown
Ki-44 fighters lined up at a Japanese airfield, date and location unknownCaptured Japanese Ki-44 fighter 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.
Ki-44 fighters lined up at a Japanese airfield, date and location unknownCaptured Japanese Ki-44 fighter 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.
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