Mitsubishi Type 22 Zero, JNAF 251 Kōkūtai (Tail code flown by Japanese ace Hiroyoshi Nishizawa known as the 'Red Devil of Rabaul' by the allied pilots and became Japans leading Ace of WWII. Seen here flying over the Solomon Islands in May
Ref. No. 953. IDENTIFICATION POSTER FOR A6M ZERO. July 1942. Original WWII poster made in the U.S. Wording at top reads: "Japanese Fighter Type Zero ("0")." At bottom of poster it reads: "Identification Poster . . No. 3 7/42 D.I.T.-A.A.F.- Identification Unit. From Data currently available. Restricted. U.S. Government Printing Office; 1942-O-477937." Poster image from http://www.warbirdsite.com of New Zealand, a website worth visisting.
Mitsubishi A6M Zero (Zake). By Oishi Nattapong Suwanarath. Imperial Japanese Navy fighter. #WW2 #warbirds #scale_model https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=625184984175754&set=a.140070036020587.23633.100000527750173&type=1&theater
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On 13 September the Zeros scored their first air-to-air victories when 13 led by Lieutenant Saburo Shindo attacked 27 Soviet-built Polikarpov and of the Chinese Nationalist Air Force, shooting down all the fighters without loss to themselves.