Captured Wings Wiki
(Editing a gallery)
Tag: Visual edit
Line 10: Line 10:
   
 
==Capture==
 
==Capture==
This aircraft was found in damaged condition at Clark Field, when it was captured by the US Army at the end of January 1945 and transfered to Technical Air Intelligence Unit for the South-West Pacific Area ([[TAIU-SWPA]]) for technical evaluation. This Jill was repaired, using components from C/n '''3779''' and C/n '''6745''', over several months for testing. <gallery>
+
This aircraft was found in damaged condition at Clark Field, when it was captured by the US Army at the end of January 1945 and transfered to Technical Air Intelligence Unit for the South-West Pacific Area ([[TAIU-SWPA]]) for technical evaluation. This Jill was repaired, using components from C/n '''3779''' and C/n '''6745''', over several months for testing.
  +
  +
==Fate==
 
Ultimate fate unknown, likely scrapped or otherwise disappeared.<gallery>
 
4089287.JPG
 
4089287.JPG
 
DyingSun kamuflaz10.jpg
 
DyingSun kamuflaz10.jpg
Line 19: Line 22:
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
==Fate==
+
==References==
Ultimate fate unknown, likely scrapped or otherwise disappeared.
 
 
<references />
 
<references />
 
[[Category:Nakajima B6N]]
 
[[Category:Nakajima B6N]]

Revision as of 13:18, 16 August 2018


History

Built by Nakajima and delivered to the Imperial Japanese Naval AIr Force (IJNAF). Assigned to 701th Kokutai, 252nd Hikotai with tail code 01-35. Painted with green upper and gray lower.[1]

Capture

This aircraft was found in damaged condition at Clark Field, when it was captured by the US Army at the end of January 1945 and transfered to Technical Air Intelligence Unit for the South-West Pacific Area (TAIU-SWPA) for technical evaluation. This Jill was repaired, using components from C/n 3779 and C/n 6745, over several months for testing.

Fate

Ultimate fate unknown, likely scrapped or otherwise disappeared.

References