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Japanese Zero special attack aircraft, already burning from anti-aircraft fire, diving on USS Columbia during the Lingayen Gulf operation in the Philippine Islands, 6 Jan 1945Japanese special attack Zero fighter crashing into USS Missouri, off Okinawa, Japan, 11 April 1945
Japanese Zero special attack aircraft, already burning from anti-aircraft fire, diving on USS Columbia during the Lingayen Gulf operation in the Philippine Islands, 6 Jan 1945Japanese special attack Zero fighter crashing into USS Missouri, off Okinawa, Japan, 11 April 1945
A6M Zero, damaged by concentrated anti-aircraft fire, diving on USS Essex, 14 May 1945A6M Zero fighters on an airfield near Tokyo, Japan, late Aug 1945
A6M Zero, damaged by concentrated anti-aircraft fire, diving on USS Essex, 14 May 1945A6M Zero fighters on an airfield near Tokyo, Japan, late Aug 1945
Captured A6M3 Model 22 Zero fighter, near Buin, Bougainvile, Sep 1945Captured Japanese A6M Zero fighter at Bougainville, Solomon Islands, Sep 1945; note missing stabilizer on aircraft and jeep in background
Captured A6M3 Model 22 Zero fighter, near Buin, Bougainvile, Sep 1945Captured Japanese A6M Zero fighter at Bougainville, Solomon Islands, Sep 1945; note missing stabilizer on aircraft and jeep in background
Captured A6M5 Model 52 Zero fighters and one Ki-46 reconnaissance aircraft at the RNZAF airfield at Jacquinot Bay, New Britain, 18 Sep 1945Abandoned Zero fighter, Kai Tak Airport, Hong Kong, 1945
Captured A6M5 Model 52 Zero fighters and one Ki-46 reconnaissance aircraft at the RNZAF airfield at Jacquinot Bay, New Britain, 18 Sep 1945Abandoned Zero fighter, Kai Tak Airport, Hong Kong, 1945
Captured A6M5 Model 52 fighter with US markings, Naval Air Station Anascotia, Washington, DC, United States, circa late 1945 or early 1946A6M2 Zero fighter being tested by the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration, post-WW2
Captured A6M5 Model 52 fighter with US markings, Naval Air Station Anascotia, Washington, DC, United States, circa late 1945 or early 1946A6M2 Zero fighter being tested by the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration, post-WW2
Abandoned A6M5 Model 52, post-WW2A6M Zero Model 52 fighter on display at the Yushukan Museum, Tokyo, Japan, 7 Sep 2009, photo 1 of 5
Abandoned A6M5 Model 52, post-WW2A6M Zero Model 52 fighter on display at the Yushukan Museum, Tokyo, Japan, 7 Sep 2009, photo 1 of 5
A6M Zero Model 52 fighter on display at the Yushukan Museum, Tokyo, Japan, 7 Sep 2009, photo 2 of 5A6M Zero Model 52 fighter on display at the Yushukan Museum, Tokyo, Japan, 7 Sep 2009, photo 3 of 5
A6M Zero Model 52 fighter on display at the Yushukan Museum, Tokyo, Japan, 7 Sep 2009, photo 2 of 5A6M Zero Model 52 fighter on display at the Yushukan Museum, Tokyo, Japan, 7 Sep 2009, photo 3 of 5
A6M Zero Model 52 fighter on display at the Yushukan Museum, Tokyo, Japan, 7 Sep 2009, photo 4 of 5A6M Zero Model 52 fighter on display at the Yushukan Museum, Tokyo, Japan, 7 Sep 2009, photo 5 of 5; note Type 99 20-mm aircraft cannon in display case and special attack pilot statue outside
A6M Zero Model 52 fighter on display at the Yushukan Museum, Tokyo, Japan, 7 Sep 2009, photo 4 of 5A6M Zero Model 52 fighter on display at the Yushukan Museum, Tokyo, Japan, 7 Sep 2009, photo 5 of 5; note Type 99 20-mm aircraft cannon in display case and special attack pilot statue outside
Type 89 15-cm cannon on display at Yushukan Museum, Tokyo, Japan, 7 Sep 2009, photo 2 of 3; note Type 96 15-cm howitzer, A6M Zero Model 52 fighter in backgroundJapanese A6M Zero fighter on display at Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Washington DC, United States, 26 Dec 2011; note British Spitfire fighter in background
Type 89 15-cm cannon on display at Yushukan Museum, Tokyo, Japan, 7 Sep 2009, photo 2 of 3; note Type 96 15-cm howitzer, A6M Zero Model 52 fighter in backgroundJapanese A6M Zero fighter on display at Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Washington DC, United States, 26 Dec 2011; note British Spitfire fighter in background

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