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#AA33107 - Japanese Mitusbishi A6M3-22 Zero Fighter - Pilot PO2/c Shoichi Sugita, 204th Kokutai, Lakunai A/D, Rabaul, New Britain, 1943 (1:72 Scale)

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Japanese Mitusbishi A6M3-22 Zero Fighter - CPO Takeo Okamura, 201st Air Group, September 1944
Japanese Mitusbishi A6M3-22 Zero Fighter - CPO Takeo Okamura, 201st Air Group, September 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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Aside from the early-morning raid on Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941, perhaps the biggest shock for American forces in the Pacific was the outstanding performance of the Imperial Navy's main carrier fighter, the beautifully proportioned Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero-Sen.
Japanese Mitusbishi A6M3-22 Zero Fighter - Pilot PO2/c Shoichi Sugita, 204th Kokutai, Lakunai A/D, Rabaul, New Britain, 1943
Japanese Mitusbishi A6M3-22 Zero Fighter - Pilot PO2/c Shoichi Sugita, 204th Kokutai, Lakunai A/D, Rabaul, New Britain, 1943 (1:72 Scale)
Currently Unavailable
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Aside from the early-morning raid on Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941, perhaps the biggest shock for American forces in the Pacific was the outstanding performance of the Imperial Navy's main carrier fighter, the beautifully proportioned Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero-Sen.
   
 
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