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Yokosuka P1Y Ginga - Japan

Kyokuko P1Y2-S
Serial: YoD-181
Unit: 2nd Hikotai, 302nd Kokutai

First, this airplane was produced as Night Fighter Kyokuko (P1Y2-S), at Nakajima Factory. Next, it was remodeled to Ginga Model 16 (P1Y2a) to be loaded with the bombs or torpedo, at Kawanishi Factory. Furthermore, this airplane was assigned to 302nd Kokutai, and this was remodeled to the Night Fighter again at Atsugi Naval Air Base.


Artist: unknown
Source: 'Japanese Army and Navy Night Fighters ', Model Art Modeling Magazine 2001-11/15
Yokosuka P1Y Ginga - Japan | Kyokuko P1Y2-S | 2nd Hikotai, 302nd Kokutai | YoD-181

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