Slice & Dice: air combat over Japan, by Ronnie Olsthoorn
Nakajima Type 2 Kou Shoki 'Tojo' by Shigeo Koike
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"Bretschneider's end" by Jim Laurier.
The Nakajima Renzan (連山, "Mountain Range") was a four-engine long-range bomber designed for use by the Imperial Japanese Navy. The Navy designation was "Type 18 land-based attack aircraft" (十八試陸上攻撃機); the Allied code name was "Rita".
Kyushu Shindenkai Jet by Hasegawa
異形の航空機 第２次世界大戦前・戦中編 写真特集
Kyushu Type 18 Shinden discovered in a factory at Fukuoka Japan 10 October 1945 second of the two built and is now stored at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington DC.
bmashy: “Airacobras in the learning centre Langley in different colours depict “imaginary enemy” in training the gunners of the bombers. ”