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Photo ID: 2376391
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Japan - Air Force
Mitsubishi J2M3 Raiden
Ontario - International (ONT / KONT)
USA - California, October 18, 1970
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9T-101 (cn 3014) The sole surviving Raiden (Allied code name 'Jack') displayed precariously on a truck trailer at Planes of Fame's initial location at Ontario. Now displayed under cover at Chino.
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Photo ID: 2373893
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Horizon Air
Dornier 328-110
Vancouver - International (YVR / CYVR)
Canada - British Columbia, September 1995
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N336PH / 336 (cn 3014) Horizon was a launch customer for the Dornier 328 with this being one twelve delivered between 1993 and 1995. All were returned to Dornier by 1997.
Gary Vincent
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Japan - Navy
Mitsubishi J2M3 Raiden
Chino (CNO)
USA - California, July 24, 2013
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ED-1158 (cn 3014) The 'Jack' was intended as an interceptor to counter the threat of high-altiitude bombers and so relied on speed, climb performance and armament at the expense of manoevrability. Despite initial promise continual teething and supply problems meant they never fulfilled their potential. Of the 621 aircraft built this is the only survivor at the Planes of Fame museum.
Alastair T. Gardiner - WorldAirImages
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