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H6K flying boat in flight, date unknownH6K2-L flying boat, at rest, date unknown
H6K flying boat in flight, date unknownH6K2-L flying boat, at rest, date unknown
H6K flying boat in flight, date unknownH6K flying boat in flight, date unknown
H6K flying boat in flight, date unknownH6K flying boat in flight, date unknown
United States Navy recognition photo of the Kawanishi H6K flying boat, code named “Mavis” by the Allies, circa 1940. Photo 1 of 2.United States Navy recognition photo of the Kawanishi H6K flying boat, code named “Mavis” by the Allies, circa 1940. Photo 2 of 2.
United States Navy recognition photo of the Kawanishi H6K flying boat, code named “Mavis” by the Allies, circa 1940. Photo 1 of 2.United States Navy recognition photo of the Kawanishi H6K flying boat, code named “Mavis” by the Allies, circa 1940. Photo 2 of 2.
H6K aircraft of Japanese Navy Yokohama Kokutai, Solomon Islands, 1942Japanese H6K aflame after being attacked by Allied aircraft, date unknown
H6K aircraft of Japanese Navy Yokohama Kokutai, Solomon Islands, 1942Japanese H6K aflame after being attacked by Allied aircraft, date unknown
H6K flying boat burning in the water, 1944Strike photo taken from USS Intrepid aircraft showing fires at the seaplane base on the south side of Dublon Island inside the Truk Lagoon (now Chuuk), Caroline Islands, 16 Feb 1944. Note burning H6K “Mavis”
H6K flying boat burning in the water, 1944Strike photo taken from USS Intrepid aircraft showing fires at the seaplane base on the south side of Dublon Island inside the Truk Lagoon (now Chuuk), Caroline Islands, 16 Feb 1944. Note burning H6K “Mavis”
Kawanishi H6K ‘Mavis’ flying boat in surrender paint scheme abandoned at Surabaya, Java, 1945.British mechanics inspecting a captured Japanese H6K flying boat, Sourabaya, Java, Jan 1946
Kawanishi H6K ‘Mavis’ flying boat in surrender paint scheme abandoned at Surabaya, Java, 1945.British mechanics inspecting a captured Japanese H6K flying boat, Sourabaya, Java, Jan 1946
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