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WW2 Japanese Aichi-99 dive bomber
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On December 7, 1941, the carrier-launched aircraft of the Imperial Japanese Navy came roaring out of the dawn and dropped their loads on the American forces on Pearl Harbor: the Japanese Aichi-99 was one of those offending juggernauts, and the attached article will tell you all you care to know about that Japanese single-engine dive-bomber.

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The Japanese Aichi-99 Dive Bomber (Alertmen, 1942)

The Japanese Aichi-99 Dive Bomber (Alertmen, 1942)

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