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US and Chinese airmen with a captured Japanese L2D aircraft, China, circa mid- to late-1945Destroyed aircraft hangar at Omura, Sasebo Naval District, Japan, late 1945; note L2D aircraft in center
US and Chinese airmen with a captured Japanese L2D aircraft, China, circa mid- to late-1945Destroyed aircraft hangar at Omura, Sasebo Naval District, Japan, late 1945; note L2D aircraft in center
G4M, B6N, D4Y, and L2D (license-built DC-3) aircraft at Yokosuka Navy Air Corps Oppama Base, Japan, late 1945Mitsubishi G3M ‘Nell’ bomber in surrender paint scheme abandoned at Seletar Airfield, Singapore, 1945. Note the Nakajima L2D ‘Tabby’ aircraft beyond, license-built copy of the Douglas DC-3, also in surrender paint.
G4M, B6N, D4Y, and L2D (license-built DC-3) aircraft at Yokosuka Navy Air Corps Oppama Base, Japan, late 1945Mitsubishi G3M ‘Nell’ bomber in surrender paint scheme abandoned at Seletar Airfield, Singapore, 1945. Note the Nakajima L2D ‘Tabby’ aircraft beyond, license-built copy of the Douglas DC-3, also in surrender paint.
Ethnically-American pilot working for China National Aviation Corporation posing in front of a C-47 Skytrain aircraft, China, circa late 1940sA B-29A Superfortress at rest at Naval Air Station St Louis, Missouri, USA, 1949.
Ethnically-American pilot working for China National Aviation Corporation posing in front of a C-47 Skytrain aircraft, China, circa late 1940sA B-29A Superfortress at rest at Naval Air Station St Louis, Missouri, USA, 1949.
Captured Japanese Navy Type 0 Transport (Showa L2D) with Chinese markings at an airfield in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China, 1949C-47 Skytrain, front quarter view 1 of 2, Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah, Aug 2006
Captured Japanese Navy Type 0 Transport (Showa L2D) with Chinese markings at an airfield in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China, 1949C-47 Skytrain, front quarter view 1 of 2, Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah, Aug 2006
C-47 Skytrain, front quarter view 2 of 2, Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah, Aug 2006C-47 Skytrain, rear quarter view, Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah, Aug 2006
C-47 Skytrain, front quarter view 2 of 2, Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah, Aug 2006C-47 Skytrain, rear quarter view, Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah, Aug 2006
C-47 Skytrain, tail fin, Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah, Aug 2006
C-47 Skytrain, tail fin, Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah, Aug 2006

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