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Heinkel Wulf, e-mail, 25.03.2018 12:59

@baiwang Not surprising. The Randy was one of Japans best air assets, especially against B-29's. @bombardier Same for the Germans. All the main Axis and Allied powers fitted their fighters with large caliber guns at least experimentally, but the Germans and Japanese took it up to Eleven. Worth noting that the Japanese were the only other major power to use the Jazz Music upwards firing gun principle in their anti-bomber aircraft.


baiwang, 20.06.2011 13:49

saw comparatively little service, some being used in action over Okinawa, but the majority were held in reserve in Japan.


bombardier, e-mail, 24.05.2011 21:08

The Japanese liked to fit their fighters with BIG GUNS


bombardier, e-mail, 24.05.2011 21:04

The Japanese liked to fit their fighters with BIG GUNS




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