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In this section we are discuss over certain aircraft, talk over and look for any interesting detail about this bird, people and events. The more detailed the better. Any details needed, at the least: true modification, pilot's name, serial, unit, location, time period.

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Mitsubishi F-1 - Japan

Mitsubishi F.1 "Mare"
Serial: 201 (s/n.70-8201)
Unit: 6th hikotai, 8th kokudan

One of several F.1 from No. 6 Squadron painted up in what appears to be an aerobatic team scheme. Each plane from the lineup featured a different nose art. This one also has two blue stars underneath the windscreen, and a white band around the rear fuselage.


Artist: © Chris Banyai-Riepl
Source: CBRNP - History in Illustration
Mitsubishi F-1 - Japan | Mitsubishi F.1 Mitsubishi F-1 - Japan | Mitsubishi F.1


Unit: 8th hikotai, 3rd kokudan. The aircraft specially painted for a gunnery contest. The regular squadron markings consist of just the cat on the tail, so the addition of the black and yellow lightning flashes on the tail really add something.


Artist: © Chris Banyai-Riepl
Source: CBRNP - History in Illustration

Mitsubishi F-1 - Japan | Mitsubishi F.1 Mitsubishi F-1 - Japan | Mitsubishi F.1


Unit: 6th hikotai, 3rd kokudan. The first production aircraft in standard painting scheme.


Artist: © Anatoliy Ivaniv
Source: "My collection" - jet fighters

Mitsubishi F-1 - Japan | Mitsubishi F.1


Unit: 6th hikotai, 3rd kokudan. One of the few 6th hikotai a/c wore nose-art.


Artist: © Anatoliy Ivaniv
Source: "My collection" - jet fighters

Mitsubishi F-1 - Japan | Mitsubishi F.1 Mitsubishi F-1 - Japan | Mitsubishi F.1


Unit: 8th hikotai, 3rd kokudan. The aircraft specially painted for a gunnery contest.


Artist: © Anatoliy Ivaniv
Source: "My collection" - jet fighters

Mitsubishi F-1 - Japan | Mitsubishi F.1


Unit: 6th hikotai, 3rd kokudan. Circa 1996. This a/c took part in TAC Meet in 1994.


Artist: © Anatoliy Ivaniv
Source: "My collection" - jet fighters

Mitsubishi F-1 - Japan | Mitsubishi F.1


Unit: 6th hikotai, 3rd kokudan. Circa 1996. The 40th anniversary of JASDF painting scheme.


Artist: © Anatoliy Ivaniv
Source: "My collection" - jet fighters

Mitsubishi F-1 - Japan | Mitsubishi F.1

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