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18-October-2009
4771 On display at the JMSDF Naval Air Museum, Kanoya on an autumn day. This P-2J was operated by 7th Kokutai, which was the last of the JMSDF squadrons to fly the Turbo-Neptune. The squadron emblem of a blue Omega with seven stars of the Big Dipper is visible on the tail of the aircraft. (more of 4771)
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18-October-2009
9012 On display at the JMSDF Naval Air Museum, Kanoya. It is in the markings of 201 Kokutai. (more of 9012)
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18-October-2009
4783 On display at the JMSDF Naval Air Museum, Kanoya on an autumn day. This is the last P-2J built. Seventh Kokutai was the last of the JMSDF squadrons to fly the P-2J, and this aircraft completed the last flight on June 5, 1994. The squadron emblem of a blue Omega with seven stars of the Big Dipper is visible on the tail of the aircraft. (more of 4783)
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21-October-2019
9911 On display at Gifu-Kakamigahara Air and Space Museum. JMSDF's need for an ASW patrol aircraft led to the U.S. Navy providing a Grumman Albatross, which was remodelled into the UF-XS experimental aircraft at Shin Meiwa’s Konan plant. First flown in Dec. 1962, the UF-XS was tested till 1964, leading to the manufacture of the PS-1 flying boat. (more of 9911)
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22-April-2018
5503 c/n 3. Coming in at german home of the Lockheed P-3C Orion fleet before leaving to ILA Berlin the day after. (more of 5503)
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5-June-2016
Surrounded by exhibits at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, NASM. The Kikka resembled the Me-262, although it was smaller and had straight wings. It was powered by Kugisho Ne-20 turbojets that were developed from notes of an officer who survived the submarine voyage from Germany to Japan. The prototype Kikka was flown by Lt. Cdr. Susumu Takaoka from Kisarazu Naval Air Base on Aug. 7, 1945, days before Japan surrendered.