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A6M Model 22 Zero fighters of Zuikaku's air group at Kahili Airfield on Bougainville, Solomon Islands, early 1943

Caption   A6M Model 22 Zero fighters of Zuikaku's air group at Kahili Airfield on Bougainville, Solomon Islands, early 1943 ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 9 Sep 2014

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
21 Nov 2015 07:34:28 AM

FLIGHT LINE: MISSION FOR TODAY 582nd Kokutai ground crew stand by, as A6M2, Model 21 Zero fighters await orders to takeoff. Zero with chevron on fuselage, flown by Lt. Cdr. Saburo Shindo. The 582nd

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WW2-Era Place Name Buin, Bougainville, British Western Pacific Territories
Lat/Long -6.7880, 155.7782
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