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The Nakajima "Hayate" 疾風"Gale"?) was a single-seat fighter used by the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force in World War II. The Allied reporting name was "Frank"; the Japanese Army designation was Army Type 4 Fighter (四式戦闘機 yon-shiki-sentō-ki?

Mitsubishi A6M Zero such a beautiful plane

Mitsubishi Zero Cool name. You can tell its Japanese by the symbols on the side.

B-25, the same plane that Jimmy Doolittle used in his 1942 raid on Tokyo.

the same plane that Jimmy Doolittle used in his 1942 raid on Tokyo. 米 爆撃機 Mitchell

Three Browning M2 .50 caliber machine guns in the left wing of an F4U-1 Corsair fighter, Aug 11, 1942 Source United States National Archives More on... F4U Corsair Main article Photos Browning M2 Main article Photos Photos on Same Day See all photos dated 11 Aug 1942 Added By David Stubblebine

Three Browning caliber machine guns in the left wing of an Corsair fighter, Aug 1942 - BFD

Ki-84 Hayate (Frank) preserved in California in 1970. As of 2014, this aircraft is displayed at a war memorial in Japan

Hayate (Frank) preserved in California in As of this aircraft is displayed at a war memorial in Japan

Rearming guns on a RAF P-400 Airacobra from 601 Squadron, it was the only British Squadron ever armed fighters, the P-400 from August, 1941 to March 1942

Gunsmiths are preparing to charge the gun belts guns British fighter US-made Cobra (export designation of fighter «Cobra) of 601 Squadron. 601 th Fighter Squadron was the only British fighter squadron ever armed (August 1941 to March