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Saburo Sakai Zero-sen ace recalls his most memorable and harrowing combat where he was wounded by US Navy SBD Dauntless dive bombers (not by Avengers)
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Saburo Sakai Zero-sen ace recalls his most memorable and harrowing combat where he was wounded by US Navy SBD Dauntless dive bombers (not by Avengers)
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This Japanese H8K flying boat tried to collide with a US Navy PB4Y but crashed after missing it by just 25ft
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This Japanese H8K flying boat tried to collide with a US Navy PB4Y but crashed after missing it by just 25ft
Did you know Japanese Kawanishi H8K flying boats conducted a second raid on Pearl Harbor in March 1942? Here’s how it went.
Aviation History / Military Aviation
Did you know Japanese Kawanishi H8K flying boats conducted a second raid on Pearl Harbor in March 1942? Here’s how it went.
New threat: US Navy F6F Hellcat pilots recall the first encounter with Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force’s potent N1K1-J Shiden fighter
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New threat: US Navy F6F Hellcat pilots recall the first encounter with Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force’s potent N1K1-J Shiden fighter
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Remembering the of the Battle of Coral Sea, History's First Carrier vs Carrier Battle
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Remembering the of the Battle of Coral Sea, History’s First Carrier vs Carrier Battle
The sinking of HMS Hermes, the First Ship Designed as an Aircraft Carrier
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The sinking of HMS Hermes, the First Ship Designed as an Aircraft Carrier
The Dogfight where a USAAF B-17 Flying Fortress bomber shot down a Japanese Kawanishi H6K 'Mavis' flying boat
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Imperial Japanese Navy H6K Mavis pilot tells the story of when his Flying Boat was Attacked and nearly Shot Down by B-17 Bombers
America Strikes Back: why the Doolittle Raid caused the Imperial Japanese Navy a tremendous loss of face
Aviation History / Military Aviation
America Strikes Back: why the Doolittle Raid caused the Imperial Japanese Navy a tremendous loss of face
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The Imperial Japanese Navy's Ryujo: The Forgotten, Unique, one off hybrid of a Cruiser Hull with an Aircraft Carrier Superstructure Grafted on to it
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The Imperial Japanese Navy’s Ryujo: The Forgotten, Unique, one-off Hybrid of a Cruiser Hull with an Aircraft Carrier Superstructure Grafted on to it
How two SBD Dauntless aircraft from USS Enterprise sank submarine I-70, the first major Japanese combatant ship sunk during World War II
Aviation History / Military Aviation
How two SBD Dauntless aircraft from USS Enterprise sank submarine I-70, the first major Japanese combatant ship sunk during World War II
Strafing and Skip Bombing: how American A-20 and B-25 bombers beat Japanese destroyers during the Battle of the Bismarck Sea
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Strafing and Skip Bombing: how American A-20 and B-25 bombers beat Japanese destroyers during the Battle of the Bismarck Sea
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The Attack on Pearl Harbor: The Second Wave
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The Attack on Pearl Harbor: The Second Wave
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“Climb Mount Niitaka:” a detailed description of the First Wave Attack on Pearl Harbor
Aviation History / Military Aviation
“Climb Mount Niitaka:” a detailed description of the First Wave Attack on Pearl Harbor
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The Story of the Ki-43 Hayabusa pilot that claimed the shooting down of four USAAF P-38 Lightnings in an air battle that never was
Aviation History / Military Aviation
The Story of the Ki-43 Hayabusa pilot that claimed the shooting down of four USAAF P-38 Lightnings in an air battle that never was
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The story of Koga’s Zero, the captured A6M that helped the F6F Hellcat become the most effective carrier fighter of World War II
Aviation History / Military Aviation / Warbirds
The story of Koga’s Zero, the captured A6M that helped the F6F Hellcat become the most effective carrier fighter of World War II
Sinking Force Z: the day the Imperial Japanese Navy killed the Battleship
Aviation History / Military Aviation
Sinking Force Z: the day the Imperial Japanese Navy killed the Battleship
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