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Ki-36 aircraft at rest, date unknown

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Added Date 18 Aug 2012

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
13 Dec 2015 06:30:13 PM

AVIATION IN JAPAN: Did you know that the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force contracted civilian flight schools to train pilots and d crews. This was done to take the work load off Army flight schools. The Tachikawa Ki55 was the trainer version of the Ki-36 both aircraft were give the code name of "Ida" ARMY AIR FORCE STRENGHT 1940 The (IJAAF) had 33,000 personnel, over 1,600 a/c 1,375 first-line fighters, organized into 83 squadrons 36 fighter, 28 light bomber and 22 medium bomber. ARMY AIR ARSENAL: First Tachikawa Army Arsenal Aviation Research & Development. Tachikawa Hikoki K.K. & Rikugun Kokukosho K.K. were army owned and operated aircraft manufacturing Company. A Ki-36 "Ida" was operated by the Japanese Asahi Newspaper Co. as J-BAAR

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