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Photo ID: 2363851
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Mitsubishi Ki-46-3
Chivenor (EGDC)
UK - England, August 7, 1971
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5439 The Ki-46 Dinah was a Japanese Air Force twin-engined reconnaissance aircraft. This is the only known surviving example and was exhibited at the 1971 RAF Chivenor open day. It is now part of the RAF Museum collection at RAF Cosford.
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Photo ID: 2348638
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Mitsubishi Ki-46-3
Cosford (EGWC)
UK - England, June 8, 2013
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5439 The elegant Ki-46 was a dedicated reconnaissance aircraft. Note the rather less elegant snout of the Me 410 Hornisse with its internal bomb bay
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Photo ID: 2219246
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Japan - Air Force
Mitsubishi Ki-46-3
Cosford (EGWC)
UK - England, December 27, 2012
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5439 This elegant Ki-46 is one of many interesting exhibits in the 'War Planes' hangar at the super RAF Museum at Cosford.
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Photo ID: 2118703
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Mitsubishi Ki-46-3
Cosford (EGWC)
UK - England, May 21, 2012
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5439 Captured on the Malay peninsula, this sole surviving 'Dinah' flew in the 3rd Chutai of the 81st Sentai, Imperial Japnese Army Air Force. The elegant Ki-46 was a fast reconnaissance aircraft that was difficult to intercept.
Arjun Sarup
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Photo ID: 2040990
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Japan - Air Force
Mitsubishi Ki-46-3
Cosford (EGWC)
UK - England, December 15, 2011
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5439 On static display in the War Planes hangar. Codenamed the Dinah, it first flew in Nov 1939. Performance trials showed the prototype Ki46-1's top speed to be 40mph lower than the requirement, although at 336mph, it was still faster than the latest Japanese fighters! Ki46s were first used operationally over China, their speed enabling them to avoid interception by the few fighters available to the Chinese although high-altitude photographic reconnaissance is where it excelled (Canon 50D + 10-20 EX DC HSM)
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Photo ID: 2036588
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Mitsubishi Ki-46-3
Cosford (EGWC)
UK - England, December 15, 2011
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5439 On static display in the War Planes hangar. Codenamed the Dinah, it first flew in Nov 1939. Performance trials showed the prototype Ki46-1's top speed to be 40mph lower than the requirement, although at 336mph, it was still faster than the latest Japanese fighters! Ki46s were first used operationally over China, their speed enabling them to avoid interception by the few fighters available to the Chinese although high-altitude photographic reconnaissance is where it excelled (Canon 50D + 10-20 EX DC HSM)
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Photo ID: 1637221
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Japan - Air Force
Mitsubishi Ki-46-3
Cosford (EGWC)
UK - England, May 1, 2009
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5439 The "Dinah" was one of the finest reconnaissance aircraft of the WWII. This one is the only known survivor. [Canon 40D + Sigma 17-70 DC].
Borut Smrdelj
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Photo ID: 1377517
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Japan - Air Force
Mitsubishi Ki-46-3
Cosford (EGWC)
UK - England, May 21, 2008
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5439 This Dinah, captured in India towards the end of WWII is preserved in the magnificent RAF Museum Cosford Collection
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