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A6M Model 22 Zero fighters of ZuikakuA6M2-N seaplanes in flight, 1941-1943
A6M Model 22 Zero fighters of Zuikaku's air group at Kahili Airfield on Bougainville, Solomon Islands, early 1943A6M2-N seaplanes in flight, 1941-1943
A6M3 Model 32 Zero fighter resting at an airfield with the crew meeting nearby, date unknownA6M3 Zero fighters preparing for takeoff at Rabaul, New Britain, circa 1943-1944
A6M3 Model 32 Zero fighter resting at an airfield with the crew meeting nearby, date unknownA6M3 Zero fighters preparing for takeoff at Rabaul, New Britain, circa 1943-1944
Abandoned A6M3 aircraft on a South Pacific island, early 1943; from the 15 Apr 1943 issue of US Navy Naval Aviation NewsAbandoned A6M3 Model 32 Zero fighter (Lt. (jg) Kazuo Tsunoda), Buna, New Guinea, circa 1943; the four characters below the serial number noted Bang Uiseok, name of the Korean who funded this aircraft
Abandoned A6M3 aircraft on a South Pacific island, early 1943; from the 15 Apr 1943 issue of US Navy Naval Aviation NewsAbandoned A6M3 Model 32 Zero fighter (Lt. (jg) Kazuo Tsunoda), Buna, New Guinea, circa 1943; the four characters below the serial number noted Bang Uiseok, name of the Korean who funded this aircraft
Destroyed Japanese A6M Zero fighters near Lae, New Guinea, 1943Hiroyoshi Nishizawa in his A6M3 Model 22 fighter over the Solomon Islands, 1943
Destroyed Japanese A6M Zero fighters near Lae, New Guinea, 1943Hiroyoshi Nishizawa in his A6M3 Model 22 fighter over the Solomon Islands, 1943
Japanese A6M Zero fighters at an airfield somewhere in the Pacific, 1942-1943Pilots of Japanese Navy 202nd Air Group, Kupang, Timor, Dutch East Indies, Feb 1943; note Yoshiro Hashiguchi (left most pilot), Kiyoshi Ito (right most pilot), and Zero fighters
Japanese A6M Zero fighters at an airfield somewhere in the Pacific, 1942-1943Pilots of Japanese Navy 202nd Air Group, Kupang, Timor, Dutch East Indies, Feb 1943; note Yoshiro Hashiguchi (left most pilot), Kiyoshi Ito (right most pilot), and Zero fighters
Japanese pilot Nishizawa flying his A6M3a Model 22 Zero fighter in the Solomon Islands area, 7 May 1943Rebuilt Zero fighter at Eagle Farm, Brisbane, Australia, 5 Aug 1943; note B-17 bomber in background
Japanese pilot Nishizawa flying his A6M3a Model 22 Zero fighter in the Solomon Islands area, 7 May 1943Rebuilt Zero fighter at Eagle Farm, Brisbane, Australia, 5 Aug 1943; note B-17 bomber in background
Wrecked A6M3 Zero aircraft at Munda Field, New Georgia, Solomon Islands, Sep 1943A6M Zero fighters of Japanese Navy 252nd Air Group, Misawa Airfield, Aomori, Japan, May 1944
Wrecked A6M3 Zero aircraft at Munda Field, New Georgia, Solomon Islands, Sep 1943A6M Zero fighters of Japanese Navy 252nd Air Group, Misawa Airfield, Aomori, Japan, May 1944
USS Copahee off Saipan, Mariana Islands, 8 Jul 1944; note captured Japanese aircraft on flight deckRear quarter view of a captured A6M5 Zero fighter in flight, 25 Sep 1944
USS Copahee off Saipan, Mariana Islands, 8 Jul 1944; note captured Japanese aircraft on flight deckRear quarter view of a captured A6M5 Zero fighter in flight, 25 Sep 1944
Side view of a captured A6M5 Zero fighter in flight, 25 Sep 1944Japanese special attack A6M5 Model 52 Zero fighter diving on USS White Plains, 25 Oct 1944
Side view of a captured A6M5 Zero fighter in flight, 25 Sep 1944Japanese special attack A6M5 Model 52 Zero fighter diving on USS White Plains, 25 Oct 1944
SekiA Mitsubishi A6M Zero special attack aircraft diving on the carrier Lexington (Essex-class) off the Philippines, 5 Nov 1944. This plane struck the carrier directly outboard of the secondary conn causing moderate damage
Seki's special attack squadron took off among cheers, 25 Oct 1944A Mitsubishi A6M Zero special attack aircraft diving on the carrier Lexington (Essex-class) off the Philippines, 5 Nov 1944. This plane struck the carrier directly outboard of the secondary conn causing moderate damage

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