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Japanese pilot Shigeyuki Sato in a D3A dive bomber plunging toward USS Hornet during Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands, 26 Oct 1942; note B5N torpedo bomber in level flight and splash from anti-aircraft shell burst in front of HornetSouth Dakota and a Japanese torpedo plane
Japanese pilot Shigeyuki Sato in a D3A dive bomber plunging toward USS Hornet during Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands, 26 Oct 1942; note B5N torpedo bomber in level flight and splash from anti-aircraft shell burst in front of HornetSouth Dakota and a Japanese torpedo plane 'Kate', Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands, 26 Oct 1942
B5N Type 97 torpedo bomber landing on Japanese carrier Shokaku, somewhere in the South Pacific, 18 Mar 1943B5N torpedo bomber descending into the sea after being damaged in combat off Truk, Caroline Islands, 2 Jul 1944; note rear gunner standing up from open canopy
B5N Type 97 torpedo bomber landing on Japanese carrier Shokaku, somewhere in the South Pacific, 18 Mar 1943B5N torpedo bomber descending into the sea after being damaged in combat off Truk, Caroline Islands, 2 Jul 1944; note rear gunner standing up from open canopy
USS Copahee off Saipan, Mariana Islands, 8 Jul 1944; note captured Japanese aircraft on flight deckB5N replica torpedo bomber in flight, Reading Regional Airport, Pennsylvania, United States, 3 Jun 2018
USS Copahee off Saipan, Mariana Islands, 8 Jul 1944; note captured Japanese aircraft on flight deckB5N replica torpedo bomber in flight, Reading Regional Airport, Pennsylvania, United States, 3 Jun 2018

26 items in this album on 2 pages.

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