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dman, e-mail, 12.05.2022 22:31

The E7K were also carried by large minelayers OKINOSHIM and TSUGARU

These large minelayers were in reality more of a light cruiser armed with 5.5 or 5 inch guns and top speed of 20 kts
Used to support landing operations in South Pacific


L. B. Dorny, e-mail, 25.09.2014 11:18

Many light cruisers, Naka, Nagara, Natori, and probably Abukuma among them, carried a single E7K2 floatplane on their catapult for scouting at least through the end of the East Indies Campaign in March 1942.


luson, 20.06.2011 13:35

in the second half of 1942, Allied codenames were allocated to Japanese aircraft, the E7K2 became known as 'Alf'.




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