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Shortly before taking off from Ch˘shi airstrip, Japan, Japanese Special Attack pilots Tetsuya Ueno, Koshiro Hayashi, Naoki Okagami, Takao Oi, and Toshio Yoshitake posing in front of a Ki-51 attack aircraft, 8 Nov 1944Ki-51 aircraft at rest at an airfield, date unknown
Shortly before taking off from Ch˘shi airstrip, Japan, Japanese Special Attack pilots Tetsuya Ueno, Koshiro Hayashi, Naoki Okagami, Takao Oi, and Toshio Yoshitake posing in front of a Ki-51 attack aircraft, 8 Nov 1944Ki-51 aircraft at rest at an airfield, date unknown
Explosion aboard USS Colombia after being struck by a Japanese Army Ki-51 special attack aircraft, Lingayen Gulf, Philippine Islands, 6 Jan 1945Ki-51 special attack aircraft of Japanese Army Sekicho Squadron diving at USS Columbia in Lingayen Gulf, Philippine Islands, at 1729 hours on 6 Jan 1945; photograph taken from USS California
Explosion aboard USS Colombia after being struck by a Japanese Army Ki-51 special attack aircraft, Lingayen Gulf, Philippine Islands, 6 Jan 1945Ki-51 special attack aircraft of Japanese Army Sekicho Squadron diving at USS Columbia in Lingayen Gulf, Philippine Islands, at 1729 hours on 6 Jan 1945; photograph taken from USS California
Ki-51 aircraft at Gimpo Airfield, Seoul, Korea, 20 Oct 1945
Ki-51 aircraft at Gimpo Airfield, Seoul, Korea, 20 Oct 1945
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