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E13N1 (Type 0 Model 11)
Unit: unknown
Serial: X-1

This aircraft operated from the IJN Kimikawa Maru seaplane tender. Aleutian operations in June 1942.
IJN Kimikawa Maru


Artist: © Aandrey V.Khaustov
Source: "Aviation and Times" 2004, No.2 (70)

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Aichi E13A Jake | Japan | E13N1 (Type 0 Model 11) | X-1
05/08/2013

E13A1 (Type 0 Model 11)
Unit: Ohminato Kokutai
Serial: Omi-7

Circa early 1942.

Artist: unknown
Source: The Flightline - Military Aviation Archives[http://www.kotfsc.com/] - DEAD

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Aichi E13A Jake | Japan | Ohminato Kokutai | E13A1 (Type 0 Model 11) | Omi-7
05/08/2013

E13A1 (Type 0 Model 11)
Unit: Imperial Japanese Navy
Serial: unknown

No additional information

Artist: unknown
Source: unknown

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Aichi E13A Jake | Japan | Imperial Japanese Navy | E13A1 (Type 0 Model 11)
05/08/2013

E13A1 (Type 0 Model 11)
Unit: Kitaura Kokutai (2nd Plane, 2nd Platoon, No.1 Area Reconnaissance Unit)
Serial: KiTa-51

Suicide Attack Group '1st Sakigaketai', Ibusuki Naval Air Base, Kagoshima Prefecture, May 4, 1945. CPO Eiji Lizuka/Ensign Syunsuke Nomiyama/2CPO Kiyoaki Kanekko. Sakigake is Japanese language, meaning are 'Hero', 'Big Man' or 'Cool Man'.

Artist: unknown
Source: unknown

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Aichi E13A Jake | Japan | Kitaura Kokutai (2nd Plane, 2nd Platoon, No.1 Area Reconnaissance Unit) | E13A1 (Type 0 Model 11) | KiTa-51
05/08/2013

E13A1 (Type 0 Model 11)
Unit: 1st Kaigun Kokutai = 1 Ku (After 752nd Kokutai)
Serial: Z-27

Circa Summer 1941.

Artist: unknown
Source: Lotnictwo

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Aichi E13A Jake | Japan | 1st Kaigun Kokutai = 1 Ku (After 752nd Kokutai) | E13A1 (Type 0 Model 11) | Z-27
05/08/2013

E13A1 (Type 0 Model 11)
Unit: unknown
Serial: unknown

This airplane was captured by the Royal New Zealand Air Force and flown to Jacquinot Bay, New Britain on 14th October 1945. It remained moored in the bay until one of its floats developed a leak and the aircraft sank.

Artist: © Malcolm Laird
Source: Classic Warbirds No.7 by Ventura Publications
Source: Ventura Publications

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05/08/2013

E13A1 (Type 0 Model 11)
Unit: unknown
Serial: JI-1

JI-1 was flown by PO1c Yoichi Takahashi (Pilot), PO Ryozo Narukawa (Observer) and PO2c Nobuo Oku (gunner). At 0530 hrs this IJN cruiser Tone's three-seater Aichi E13A1 'Jake' flew to Lahaina Roads anchorage (off Maui island, 80 miles southwest of Oahu) to survey target area and report on the conditions. At 0735 hrs the crew reported: 'The enemy fleet is not in the Lahaina anchorage'.

Artist: © Sidnei Eduardo Maneta
Source: Japanese Model Aircraft

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Aichi E13A Jake | Japan | E13A1 (Type 0 Model 11) | JI-1
05/08/2013

E13A1 (Type 0 Model 11)
Unit: unknown
Serial: JII-1

JII-1 was flown by PO1c Akira Ito (Pilot), PO Masaaru Fukuoka (Observer) and PO3c Fushanobu Kasamori (gunner). At 0530 hrs this IJN cruiser Chikuma's three-seater Aichi E13A1 'Jake' flew to Pearl Harbor anchorage to survey target area and report on the conditions. At 0645 hrs Chikuma's E13A1 track was picked up by Oahu based US Army mobile radar post at Opana Ridge. At 0735 hrs the Japanese crew reported: 'Enemy formation at anchor, nine battleships, one heavy cruiser, six light cruisers'. The pilot related conditions important to the approaching first wave: 'Wind direction from 80 grad, speed 14m, clearance over enemy fleet 1,700m, cloud density seven.' Then at 0738 hrs radioed, 'The enemy fleet in Pearl Harbor'. Having reported, the pilot swept wide to the south, trying to find the American carriers.

Artist: © Sidnei Eduardo Maneta
Source: Japanese Model Aircraft

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Aichi E13A Jake | Japan | E13A1 (Type 0 Model 11) | JII-1
05/08/2013

E13A1a (Type 0 Model 11-Kou)
Unit: Naval Wing Yokosuka
Serial: Yo-12

Yokosuka, circa 1944. Note: Because, this airplane has a yellow slanted line to the vertical tail. E13A1a was equipped with N-6 Radar. The yellow slanted line in the vertical tail, means that it is the radar equip for single-engined aircraft.

Artist: © Michael E.Fader
Source: WINGS-AVIATION

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Aichi E13A Jake | Japan | Naval Wing Yokosuka | E13A1a (Type 0 Model 11-Kou) | Yo-12
05/08/2013

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