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Mitsubishi A6M5 Reisen (Zero)
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USA - California, December 4, 2004
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NX46770 / 61-120 (cn 5357) The only all original Zero in the world operated by the Planes of Fame Museum (Chino) drifts a little closer to the photo plane (Cessna 210). Piloted by Kevin Eldridge over Ontario, California.
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Photo ID: 0607109
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Ukraine - Air Force
Sukhoi Su-27 (Su-27S)
Bratislava - Milan Rastislav Stefanik (Ivanka) (BTS / LZIB)
Slovakia, June 13, 2004
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56 If you have a look at the people standing on and around the Flanker you will see that this is one big jet
Andreas Zeitler - Flying-Wings
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Photo ID: 0484434
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Mitsubishi A6M5 Reisen (Zero)
Off-Airport - London
UK - England, October 25, 2003
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This is a Nakajima-built Mitsubishi Zero (A6M5). Its exact identity is unknown. It was captured during the war, and ATAIU ("Allied Technical Air Intelligence Unit") markings applied by the RAF in Malaysia. It, along with three other Japanese aircraft ended up at Tebrau, and was then transported to Britain after the war, arriving in 1947. The central fuselage section is here in the Imperial War Museum and curiously its engine is on display at Cosford.
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Mitsubishi A6M5 Reisen (Zero)
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Germany, January 11, 2004
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I have been unable to discover the exact identity of the Mitsubishi Zero fuselage section. Some say it is one of the three Japanese aircraft captured during WW2, with the ATAIU ("Allied Technical Air Intelligence Unit") markings applied by the RAF. Others say it is a replica of the genuine cockpit section on display in the Imperial War Museum London (see photoid 484434).
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Mitsubishi A6M5 Reisen (Zero)
Speyer (EDRY)
Germany, January 11, 2004
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I have been unable to discover the exact identity of the Mitsubishi Zero fuselage section. Some say it is one of the three Japanese aircraft captured during WW2, with the ATAIU ("Allied Technical Air Intelligence Unit") markings applied by the RAF. Others say it is a replica of the genuine cockpit section on display in the Imperial War Museum London (see photoid 484434).
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Mitsubishi A6M5 Reisen (Zero)
Off-Airport - London
UK - England, August 27, 2004
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This is a Nakajima-built Mitsubishi Zero (A6M5). Its exact identity is unknown. It was captured during the war, and ATAIU ("Allied Technical Air Intelligence Unit") markings applied by the RAF in Malaysia. It, along with three other Japanese aircraft ended up at Tebrau, and was then transported to Britain after the war, arriving in 1947. The central fuselage section is here in the Imperial War Museum and curiously its engine is on display at Cosford.
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