Helena Šefčíková

Helena Šefčíková

Helena Šefčíková
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Saburo Sakai

Saburo Sakai

Tainan Kōkūtai

Tainan Kōkūtai

Maj. Yasuhiko Kuroe who was the top scoring Ace among the Army Academy graduates, ending the war with 51 kills. He was the first JAAF pilot to down an RAF Mosquito, also a F5A and a P-38.

Maj. Yasuhiko Kuroe who was the top scoring Ace among the Army Academy graduates, ending the war with 51 kills. He was the first JAAF pilot to down an RAF Mosquito, also a F5A and a P-38.

The JAAF‘s ‘Ace of Aces’ in World War 2, MSgt Satoshi/Satoru Anabuki posing in front of a Ki-43-IIIas at the Akeno fighter school where he was an instructor from Feb 1944 till late ‘44/Early 45.His parachute harness is a Type 92 whilst the white identification label on the strapping itself reads ‘MSGT Anabuki’. Despite being dressed in a summer suit, the “Flower of the Youth Flyers” is inexplicably wearing a winter flying helmet. The bandaged left hand is a result from his 8 Octo...

The JAAF‘s ‘Ace of Aces’ in World War 2, MSgt Satoshi/Satoru Anabuki posing in front of a Ki-43-IIIas at the Akeno fighter school where he was an instructor from Feb 1944 till late ‘44/Early 45.His parachute harness is a Type 92 whilst the white identification label on the strapping itself reads ‘MSGT Anabuki’. Despite being dressed in a summer suit, the “Flower of the Youth Flyers” is inexplicably wearing a winter flying helmet. The bandaged left hand is a result from his 8 Octo...

Sadaaki “Matsu-chan” Akamatsu describing fighter tactics against American planes with the Raiden. Sadaaki Akamatsu (born 30 July 1910) was an infamous JNAF ace who fought from 1937 in China till the end of WW2 in 1945. Akamatsu was well known, with a reputation as a trouble-maker and also a  trickster. Many of his air-victories were obtained while drunk and his  supervisors stood behind him, as did his fellow pilots who frequently  defended and covered for him.

Sadaaki “Matsu-chan” Akamatsu describing fighter tactics against American planes with the Raiden. Sadaaki Akamatsu (born 30 July 1910) was an infamous JNAF ace who fought from 1937 in China till the end of WW2 in 1945. Akamatsu was well known, with a reputation as a trouble-maker and also a trickster. Many of his air-victories were obtained while drunk and his supervisors stood behind him, as did his fellow pilots who frequently defended and covered for him.

Japanese ace Saburo Sakai

Japanese ace Saburo Sakai

Saburo Sakai in the cockpit of Mitsubishi A5M.

Saburo Sakai in the cockpit of Mitsubishi A5M.

Saburo Sakai and Hiroyoshi Nishizawa in Rabaul island, together they destroyed more than 150 allied planes!!!

Saburo Sakai and Hiroyoshi Nishizawa in Rabaul island, together they destroyed more than 150 allied planes!!!