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Focke Wulf Fw 190D-9 by Egbert Friedl

The Revell Focke Wulf Fw 190 from the plastic aircraft model kits range accurately recreates the real life German fighter aircraft from WWII. This model requires paint and glue to complete.

The odd looking Kawanishi E11K flying boat with its single Hiro Type 91 W Engine mounted on a strut above the wing in a pusher configuration. This is Kawanishi's response to the IJN's 1936 requirement for a night time reconnaissance aircraft intended to spot naval gunfire in night actions and to shadow enemy forces at night, allowing submarines to be directed to targets. Only two prototypes were made for the IJN but not surprisingly they were never accepted for that role.

The odd looking Kawanishi flying boat with its single Hiro Type 91 W Engine mounted on a strut above the wing in a pusher configuration.

Personally, I think this is one of the best looking radial-engine fighter planes ever designed...

Personally, I think this is one of the best looking radial-engine fighter planes ever designed...

Imperial Japanese Navy / Kawanishi E7K Alf / Unit: unknown  Z-52  Navy Air Base Chiyoda, Tokyo.

Imperial Japanese Navy / Kawanishi E7K Alf / Unit: unknown Z-52 Navy Air Base Chiyoda, Tokyo.

Mitsubishi Ki-51

“Sonia” recon/ light bomber from the Sentai, in Burma, The yellow stripe indicates that this aircraft is from the Company. They were a mixed unit with “Anns” and “Marys”; later they were equipped with the “Nicks”.

Mitsubishi G3M1 Model 11 / Kisarazu kokutai // In the middle of August 1937, this Mitsubishi G3M1 Model 11 used to start from Omura Naval Air Base, which was placed at Kyusyu Island coast, to air-raids on Chinese towns Nanking and Su-cou (Xu-czou ???). This airplane went with Kisarazu Kokutai order, created in April 1936 and acting until November 1942.

Mitsubishi G3M1 Model 11 / Kisarazu kokutai // In the middle of August 1937, this Mitsubishi G3M1 Model 11 used to start from Omura Naval Air Base, which was placed at Kyusyu Island coast, to air-raids on Chinese towns Nanking and Su-cou (Xu-czou ???). This airplane went with Kisarazu Kokutai order, created in April 1936 and acting until November 1942.

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