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Mitsubishi Bombers  Maintenance personnnel service one of the Japanese Mitsubishi G4M1 twin-engine bombers (allied code name ''Betty'').

Maintenance personnnel service one of the Japanese Mitsubishi twin-engine bombers (allied code name ''Betty'').

Mitsubishi ZERO TYPE54 A6M8 零戦54型(試作)、64型(量産)

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Mitsubishi G3M was an Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service bomber used during World War II

Mitsubishi was an Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service bomber used during World War II

Japanese G3M Type 96 Attack Bomber (Nell) -Pin it by GUSTAVO BUESO-JACQUIER

Japanese G3M Type 96 Attack Bomber (Nell) -Pin it by GUSTAVO BUESO-JACQUIER

Betty tail gunner

Betty tail gunner

Mitsubishi G4M1 Type 1 Model 12 being maintained and readied for mission, somewhere in the south Pacific. CV-16

Mitsubishi Type 1 Model 12 being maintained and readied for mission, somewhere in the south Pacific.

Mitsubishi, Ki-67, Hiryu "Flying Dragon".  The Ki-67 was used for level bombing and (as the Yasakuni Type) torpedo bombing (it could carry one torpedo attached under the fuselage). The Ki-67 was initially used by the Japanese Army and Navy Air Services against the US 3rd Fleet during its strikes against Formosa and the Ryukyu Islands.   It was later used at Okinawa, in Mainland China, French Indochina, Karafuto and against B-29 airfields in Saipan and Tinian.

Mitsubishi, Ki-67, Hiryu "Flying Dragon". The Ki-67 was used for level bombing and (as the Yasakuni Type) torpedo bombing (it could carry one torpedo attached under the fuselage). The Ki-67 was initially used by the Japanese Army and Navy Air Services against the US 3rd Fleet during its strikes against Formosa and the Ryukyu Islands. It was later used at Okinawa, in Mainland China, French Indochina, Karafuto and against B-29 airfields in Saipan and Tinian.

The Mitsubishi G4M "Betty"  (or "Type 1 land-based attack aircraft") (一式陸上攻撃機, 一式陸攻 Isshiki rikujō kōgeki ki, Isshikirikkō) was the main twin-engine, land-based bomber used by the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service in World War II. The Allies gave the G4M the reporting name Betty. Japanese Navy pilots called it "葉巻" Hamaki (Cigar), due to its cylindrical shape.

The Mitsubishi "Betty" (or "Type 1 land-based attack aircraft") (一式陸上攻撃機…

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