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N1K2-J Shiden Kai aircraft at rest, circa 1945

Caption   N1K2-J Shiden Kai aircraft at rest, circa 1945 ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 5 Jun 2013

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
24 Aug 2013 10:53:57 AM

Photograph taken at the USAF Museum, located in Dayton, Ohio, USA. The "George was refurbished by the Champlin Fighter Museum, located in Arizona, USA the airplane is not flyable. COMBAT DAMAGE: During its service with the IJNAF the fighter saw combat during its restoration, bullet holes were found in the wings, two-bullet holes in the engine cowling, another bullet hole found in the upper part of the fuselage and one bullet hitting the landing gear battle damage was not repaired during restoration showing evidence of combat during WWII. SAVED FROM MISUSE: This is the very same "George" that was left in outdoor display for decades, at Willow Grove NAS

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