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  • Mitsubishi A6M2 Model 11 "Zero"

    The Mitsubishi A6M "Zero" is a long-range fighter aircraft of the Japanese army or navy. The Model 11 first saw combat over Chungking, China, in August 1940
  • Mitsubishi A6M2 Model 21 "Zero"

    The Mitsubishi Model 21 would become one of the most produced versions early in the war. Almost 1500 Model 21 were built by Mitsubishi or Nakajima.
  • Mitsubishi A6M5d-S "Zero"

    To intercept B-29 and night-flying aircrafts some Model 52s were converted to night fighters. They were armed with one 20 mm cannon behind the pilot.
  • Mitsubishi F1M2 "Pete"

    The Mitsubishi F1M was a Japanese reconnaissance floatplane. It was the last biplane type of the Imperial Japanese Navy, with 944 built between 1936 and 1944
  • Mitsubishi G3M2 Model 21 "Nell"

    The Mitsubishi G3M as Type 96 is a land-based attack aircraft Japanese bomber and transport aircraft used by the Imperial Japanese. Almost 1000 were built.
  • Mitsubishi G4M2a Model 24 "Betty"

    The Mitsubishi G4M was a twin-engine, land-based medium bomber and operated by the Imperial Japanese Navy from 1940 to 1945. 2500 were built
  • Mitsubishi J2M3 "Jack"

    The Mitsubishi J2M Raiden was a pure interceptor, land-based fighter aircraft used exclusively by the Imperial Japanese Navy during the latter part of the War
  • Mitsubishi K3M3 "Pine"

    The K3M was a trainer used by the Japanese Navy in a wide variety of roles (light transport, liaison aircraft, utility aircraft and occasionally light bomber)
  • Mitsubishi Ki-15-I "Babs"

    The Mitsubishi Ki-15 is a Japanese reconnaissance aircraft and a light attack bomber used from 1937 to 1945 in the japanese Army and Navy. 500 were built.
  • Mitsubishi Ki-21-Ia "Sally"

    The Ki-21 was a Japanese heavy bomber during the War. It began operations during the Second Sino-Japanese War participating in the Nomonhan Incident (June 1939)
  • Mitsubishi Ki-21-II-Otsu "Sally"

    Ki-21-II became the main version operated by most IJAAF heavy bomber squadrons at the beginning of the War, and played a major role in many early campaigns
  • Mitsubishi Ki-46-II "Dinah"

    The Mitsubishi Ki-46 was a twin-engine reconnaissance aircraft used by the Imperial Japanese Army between 1941-1945. 1700 were built.
  • Mitsubishi Ki-46-II Type 100 "Dinah"

    Three-seat training version Ki-46. Used for radio and navigation training, with a redesigned cabin, dorsal en echelon extension. Conversions of the Ki-46 II
  • Mitsubishi Ki-46-III "Dinah"

    Modified Ki-46 where stepped windshield was replaced with a smooth, curved, glazed panel extended over the pilot's seat giving a more aerodynamic nose profile.
  • Mitsubishi Ki-51 "Sonia"

    The Mitsubishi Ki-51 was a light bomber/dive bomber in service with the Imperial Japanese Army during the War. It first flew in mid-1939. Almost 2400 built.
  • Mitsubishi Ki-67-I "Peggy" w Kawasaki I-Go-1Ko

    The Mitsubishi Ki-67 was a twin-engine heavy bomber produced by Mitsubishi and used by the IJAAF and IJNAF during 1944-1945. 800 were built