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K7M

CountryJapan
ManufacturerMitsubishi Heavy Industries
Primary RolePrototype Aircraft

Contributor:

ww2dbaseThe K7M, also known as Ka-18, design was developed by Mitsubishi, originally intended to replace the aging K3M light bombers. Ultimately, only two prototype aircraft were built. They were used as trainer aircraft during the war, each with enough cockpit and cabin space to hold two instructors and five students. They were designated as the Navy Type 11 Training Aircraft.

ww2dbaseSource: Wikipedia

Last Major Revision: Feb 2012

SPECIFICATIONS

K7M1
MachineryTwo Gasuden Tempu radial piston engines rated at 340hp each
Armament2x7.7mm machine guns, up to 90kg of bombs, space for 7 passengers
Crew2
Span19.96 m
Length13.23 m
Height3.45 m
Weight, Empty2,558 kg
Weight, Maximum3,810 kg
Speed, Maximum260 km/h
Range, Normal950 km

Photographs

Japanese Navy K7M1 training aircraft at rest, date unknownJapanese Navy K7M1 training aircraft by a hangar, date unknown




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