How to identify Japanese fighter planes

How to identify Japanese fighter planes

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  1. Robert

    They’ve got the Nakajima Ki-27 and the Mitsubishi A5M backwards. The Kawasaki Ki-32 was the Type 98, not the Type 97. And the Mitsubishi Ki-15 was the Type 97, not the Type 98 (and they seem to have attached the wing from the Ki-30 to the Ki-15 fuselage. But aside from that, it’s spot on. 🙂

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