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D4Y1 Suisei dive bomber being serviced, 1942A D4Y3 Model 33 dive bomber in flight, circa 1944
D4Y1 Suisei dive bomber being serviced, 1942A D4Y3 Model 33 dive bomber in flight, circa 1944
A D4Y3 resting at an airfield, circa 1944Crews making ready a D4Y-2 Suisei attack bomber, 1943-45, location unknown. The Allied code name for the D4Y was “Judy.”
A D4Y3 resting at an airfield, circa 1944Crews making ready a D4Y-2 Suisei attack bomber, 1943-45, location unknown. The Allied code name for the D4Y was “Judy.”
Two D4Y2 dive bombers prepared to take off, circa 1944D4Y2-S prototype aircraft, Yokosuka Navy Air Corps Oppama Base, Japan, summer 1944
Two D4Y2 dive bombers prepared to take off, circa 1944D4Y2-S prototype aircraft, Yokosuka Navy Air Corps Oppama Base, Japan, summer 1944
Tail section of a D4Y Suisei ‘Judy’ dive bomber that landed on the flight deck of Escort Carrier USS Kitkun Bay after being exploded in flight by intense anti-aircraft fire during the Battle off Samar, 25 Oct 1944A Japanese D4Y Suisei fighter splashing into the sea after being shot down during an attack on the American fleet as seen from USS Essex, 25 Nov 1944. Note battleship USS South Dakota and US fighter in level flight
Tail section of a D4Y Suisei ‘Judy’ dive bomber that landed on the flight deck of Escort Carrier USS Kitkun Bay after being exploded in flight by intense anti-aircraft fire during the Battle off Samar, 25 Oct 1944A Japanese D4Y Suisei fighter splashing into the sea after being shot down during an attack on the American fleet as seen from USS Essex, 25 Nov 1944. Note battleship USS South Dakota and US fighter in level flight
Special attack pilot Lt. Yoshinori YamaguchiSpecial attack pilot Lt. Yoshinori Yamaguchi
Special attack pilot Lt. Yoshinori Yamaguchi's Yokosuka D4Y3 Model 33 diving at carrier Essex, at 1256 on 25 Nov 1944, photo 1 of 3Special attack pilot Lt. Yoshinori Yamaguchi's Yokosuka D4Y3 Model 33 diving at carrier Essex, at 1256 on 25 Nov 1944, photo 2 of 3
Special attack pilot Lt. Yoshinori YamaguchiUSS Essex struck by Lt. Yoshinori Yamaguchi
Special attack pilot Lt. Yoshinori Yamaguchi's Yokosuka D4Y3 Model 33 diving at carrier Essex, at 1256 on 25 Nov 1944, photo 3 of 3USS Essex struck by Lt. Yoshinori Yamaguchi's special attack D4Y3 Model 33 aircraft, at 1256 hours on 25 Nov 1944, photo 01 of 10
USS Essex struck by Lt. Yoshinori YamaguchiUSS Essex struck by Lt. Yoshinori Yamaguchi
USS Essex struck by Lt. Yoshinori Yamaguchi's special attack D4Y3 Model 33 aircraft, at 1256 hours on 25 Nov 1944, photo 02 of 10USS Essex struck by Lt. Yoshinori Yamaguchi's special attack D4Y3 Model 33 aircraft, at 1256 hours on 25 Nov 1944, photo 03 of 10
USS Essex struck by Lt. Yoshinori YamaguchiUSS Essex struck by Lt. Yoshinori Yamaguchi
USS Essex struck by Lt. Yoshinori Yamaguchi's special attack D4Y3 Model 33 aircraft, at 1256 hours on 25 Nov 1944, photo 04 of 10USS Essex struck by Lt. Yoshinori Yamaguchi's special attack D4Y3 Model 33 aircraft, at 1256 hours on 25 Nov 1944, photo 05 of 10
USS Essex struck by Lt. Yoshinori YamaguchiUSS Essex struck by Lt. Yoshinori Yamaguchi
USS Essex struck by Lt. Yoshinori Yamaguchi's special attack D4Y3 Model 33 aircraft, at 1256 hours on 25 Nov 1944, photo 06 of 10USS Essex struck by Lt. Yoshinori Yamaguchi's special attack D4Y3 Model 33 aircraft, at 1256 hours on 25 Nov 1944, photo 07 of 10
USS Essex struck by Lt. Yoshinori YamaguchiUSS Essex struck by Lt. Yoshinori Yamaguchi
USS Essex struck by Lt. Yoshinori Yamaguchi's special attack D4Y3 Model 33 aircraft, at 1256 hours on 25 Nov 1944, photo 08 of 10USS Essex struck by Lt. Yoshinori Yamaguchi's special attack D4Y3 Model 33 aircraft, at 1256 hours on 25 Nov 1944, photo 10 of 10

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