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Abandoned Japanese Ki-67-I Kai To-Go special attack aircraft of Fugaku Squadron at Clark Field, Luzon, Philippine Islands, circa 1945

Caption   Abandoned Japanese Ki-67-I Kai To-Go special attack aircraft of Fugaku Squadron at Clark Field, Luzon, Philippine Islands, circa 1945 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States National Archives
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Photos at Same Place Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 31 Jul 2011

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1. Bill says:
22 Jul 2011 07:33:06 PM


Mitsubishi KI-67-1-Kai,To-Go means Tokubeteu Kogeki-special attack.
Aircraft were modified for kamikaze attacks. Peggy was found stripped and abandoned location Clark Air Base, 1945 Luzon, Philippines.

Aircraft was discovered by TAIU-SWPA its possible this Peggy could have belonged to
Fugakutai(Special Attack Unit),1st Kyodo
Hikotai Hamamatsu Kyodo Hiko Sidan, Hamamatsu
Training Air Division, 7th Sentai.
Aircraft is missing its engines, propellers horizontal stabilizers, tail and rudder.
Tail marking was a stylized Mount Fuji and River Fuji insignia w/aircraft number on tail
Other units were the 62nd and 98th Sentai.


To-Go aircraft was modified all weapons were removed, tail and upper turret removed and faired over, glazed nose section removed and replaced with 800kg/1760lb solid nose warhead.
Aircraft were also modified to carry a 6400lb
thermite bomb with a blast radius of 1km.

File photograph shows the fuzing impact rod still in nose. Aircraft was crewed by pilot,
co-pilot and navigator. Some KI-67s were camouflaged in dark green with light gray undersides or light gray overall with nose a dark gray or green, red-brown spinners with propellers brown with yellow tips. Red sun insigina in six positions.

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