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Nakajima B5N Kate - Japan

B5N2 type 97 model 3
Serial: 301
Unit: unknown

The a/c in which Cdr. Mitsuo Fuchida led the first wave of Japanese aircraft to attack Pearl Harbour on 7th December, 1941. Cdr. Fuchida was the General Commander Air of the Imperial Japanese Navy 1st Carrier Division; flying as observer in the second cockpit, he sent out the order to attack at 07.49 hrs.


Artist: © Ronald Percy
Source: "The Nakajima B5N Kate" by Dr.M.F.Hawkins, Profile No.141, Profile Publications Ltd. P.O.Box 26, 1a North Street, Leatherhead, Surrey, England.
Nakajima B5N Kate - Japan | B5N2 type 97 model 3 | 301

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