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Aircraft of the Aces #22: Imperial Japanese Navy Aces 1937-45

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The outcome of the Pacific War was heavily influenced by the results of naval battles between the Imperial Japanese fleet and the US Navy. One of the key elements was Japan's large fighter component, which had gained experience over Manchuria, China and Mongolia in the late 1930s. Flying A5Ms, at least 21 pilots achieved 'acedom' securing air superiority for the invaders. Manufacturer Mitsubishi derived much from these campaigns, producing one of the best fighters of the War, the A6M Zero-Sen. Navy pilots proved to be highly skilled when engaged by the Allied forces, Pacific. Pilots like Nishizawa, Sagita and Sakai scoring more than 60 kills apiece.

Synopsis:

The Japanese naval Air Force pilots achieved ace status during the eight years of near constant war in the Far East. They fought for control of the skies and their exploits are detailed in this volume of the "Aircraft of the Aces" series.

Synopsis:

The outcome of the Pacific War was heavily influenced by the results of naval battles between the Imperial Japanese fleet and the US Navy. One of the key elements was Japan's large fighter component, which had gained experience over Manchuria, China and Mongolia in the late 1930s. Flying A5Ms, at least 21 pilots achieved 'acedom' securing air superiority for the invaders. Manufacturer Mitsubishi derived much from these campaigns, producing one of the best fighters of the War, the A6M Zero-Sen. Navy pilots proved to be highly skilled when engaged by the Allied forces, Pacific. Pilots like Nishizawa, Sagita and Sakai scoring more than 60 kills apiece.

About the Author

A third generation Japanese American (Sansei), Henry Sakaida has spent much of his life researching the shadowy history of the Japanese fighter pilot. His eye for detail, and exhaustive research, has led to him being given access to much archive material by former aces who have remained silent since the end of the war.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781855327276
Author:
Sakaida, Henry
Publisher:
Osprey Publishing (UK)
Illustrator:
Tullis, Tom
Author:
Tullis, Tom
Location:
Botley, Oxford
Subject:
General
Subject:
Military - Aviation
Subject:
Military - World War II
Subject:
Fighter pilots
Subject:
Aerial operations, japanese
Subject:
World War, 19
Subject:
Military-Aviation History
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Series:
Osprey aircraft of the aces ;
Series Volume:
no. 94-12622
Publication Date:
19980831
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
116
Dimensions:
9.85x7.32x.34 in. .70 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , The Japanese naval Air Force pilots achieved ace status during the eight years of near constant war in the Far East. They fought for control of the skies and their exploits are detailed in this volume of the "Aircraft of the Aces" series.
"Synopsis" by , The outcome of the Pacific War was heavily influenced by the results of naval battles between the Imperial Japanese fleet and the US Navy. One of the key elements was Japan's large fighter component, which had gained experience over Manchuria, China and Mongolia in the late 1930s. Flying A5Ms, at least 21 pilots achieved 'acedom' securing air superiority for the invaders. Manufacturer Mitsubishi derived much from these campaigns, producing one of the best fighters of the War, the A6M Zero-Sen. Navy pilots proved to be highly skilled when engaged by the Allied forces, Pacific. Pilots like Nishizawa, Sagita and Sakai scoring more than 60 kills apiece.
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