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Kawasaki Ki-10 Perry

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Ki-10
Unit: unknown
Serial: unknown

No additional information

Artist: unknown
Source: Sent by ZloySkin

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Kawasaki Ki-10 Perry | Japan | Ki-10
05/08/2013

Ki-10
Unit: 3rd chutai, 77th sentai
Serial: unknown

The fuselage hinomaru has been applied immediately below the cockpit. Hinomaru were generally not carried on the fuselage sides of IJAAF aircraft from 1938 to 1942.

Artist: unknown
Source: KOKU-FAN

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Artist: © Peter Scott
Source: Notebook "Emblems of the Rising Sun" (c)1999 Hikoki Publications
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Ki-10
Unit: 3rd chutai, 2nd sentai
Serial: unknown

No additional information

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Source: unknown

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Kawasaki Ki-10 Perry | Japan | 3rd chutai, 2nd sentai | Ki-10
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Ki-10
Unit: 77th sentai Hombu
Serial: unknown

The tail markings represented the two 'sevents' of the sentai number. However, in common with many stylized IJAAF markings, the significance of the device was more apparent from one side (it this case the starboard side) rather than from other side. This sentai retained the same unit identifier until 1944.

Artist: © Peter Scott
Source: Notebook "Emblems of the Rising Sun" (c)1999 Hikoki Publications

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Ki-10
Unit: 1st chutai, 2nd sentai
Serial: unknown

Manchuria, 1938-1939. These is an exception to every rule and this aircraft carried all of the victories (to date) of its pilot, Captain Tateo Kato. Kato flew several Ki-10s within this unit, one of which had wheel spats with yellow flashes, whilst another bore a red fuselage band, red spat flashes and nine assorted red or white victory symbols below the red hawk.

Kato Tateo


Artist: © Peter Scott
Source: Notebook "Emblems of the Rising Sun" (c)1999 Hikoki Publications

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Ki-10
Unit: 1st sentai
Serial: unknown

The Nomonhan incident against the USSR in May 1939 and before the application of sentai markings which, in the case of this sentai, took the form of coloured rudders. The combat band had been applied parallel to the ground line, whilst the plane identifier bands (aircraft number 3 of the shotai) were crudely painted parallel to the line of flight. The fuselage hinomaru was applied in a target-like manner immediately below the cockpit, although a similar practice had been abandoned by the Royal Flying Corps as early as 1917, for obvious reasons. Most of the aircraft in this unit carried larger areas of brown camouflage than this machine and they all appeared to carry characters upon their rudders. The backs of the propeller blades were typically painted dark brown.

Artist: © Peter Scott
Source: Notebook "Emblems of the Rising Sun" (c)1999 Hikoki Publications

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Ki-10-I
Unit: 1st chutai, 2nd hiko daitai
Serial: unknown

Pilot - Lt.Kawahara, North China, 1938. The airplane fitted with low-pressure tyres. Although Kawahara had achieved 9 victories over Chinese Nationalist aircraft, no kill markings were carried, since IJAAF policy at than time was to award victories to the aircraft involved in the combat, rather than to the pilot. The Kana character on the rudder reads 'Ha'.

Kawahara Kosuke


Artist: © A.Bykov
Source: 'Wings of Fatherland' Magazine

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Artist: © Peter Scott
Source: Notebook "Emblems of the Rising Sun" (c)1999 Hikoki Publications

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According this source: Ki-10-II; unit: 33rd Sentai; beginning of September 1939.

Artist: unknown
Source: 'Japan Against Russia - In The Sky Of Nomonhan' by Dimitar Nedialkov

Kawasaki Ki-10 Perry | Japan | 1st chutai, 2nd hiko daitai | Ki-10-I
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According this source: 16th sentai. China, Autumn 1937.

Artist: © Sergey Vakhrushev
Source: "Aviation and Times" 2007, No.4 (94)
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Kawasaki Ki-10 Perry | Japan | 1st chutai, 2nd hiko daitai | Ki-10-I
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Ki-10-I
Unit: unknown
Serial: unknown

Manchuria, 1939.

Artist: unknown
Source: Fighters of WWII

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Artist: © A.Bykov
Source: 'Wings of Fatherland' Magazine
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Kawasaki Ki-10 Perry | Japan | Ki-10-I
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Ki-10-II
Unit: 2nd hiko daitai
Serial: unknown

Personal mount of ace captain Tateo Kato, China, Autumn 1937 (1938 ?).

Kato Tateo


Artist: © Mikhail Bykov
Source: Aviamaster 2000, No.2

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Artist: © A.Bykov
Source: 'Wings of Fatherland' Magazine

Kawasaki Ki-10 Perry | Japan | 2nd hiko daitai | Ki-10-II
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According this source: unit: 1st chutai, 64th sentai; pilot - Captain Tateo Kato, Changte (?), China, 1938.

Artist: © Jaroslaw Wrobel
Source: "CHINY 1931-41. Preludium do Pearl Harbor" by Ray Wagner. Seria: KAMPANIE LOTNICZE-NR5. (c) AJ-PRESS, 1995. P. O. Box 73 81-209 Gdynia 9. ISBN 83-86208-30-9.
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Kawasaki Ki-10 Perry | Japan | 2nd hiko daitai | Ki-10-II
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Ki-10-II
Unit: 2nd chutai, 77th sentai
Serial: unknown

China, 1939.

Artist: © A.Bykov
Source: 'Wings of Fatherland' Magazine

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Kawasaki Ki-10 Perry | Japan | 2nd chutai, 77th sentai | Ki-10-II
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Artist: © Jaroslaw Wrobel
Source: "CHINY 1931-41. Preludium do Pearl Harbor" by Ray Wagner. Seria: KAMPANIE LOTNICZE-NR5. (c) AJ-PRESS, 1995. P. O. Box 73 81-209 Gdynia 9. ISBN 83-86208-30-9.
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