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Marushin World War II Kamikaze Aircraft

Marushin World War II Kamikaze Aircraft

Headquartered in Japan, Marushin has developed a reputation for producing finely detailed 1:48 scale military aircraft that have taken the hobby by storm. Although some assembly is required, the finished product are a sight to behold and make excellent additions to any large scale military aircraft collection.

#MARS025 - Imperial Japanese Navy Mitsubishi A6M2 Riesen "Zero" Kamikaze Fighter - Captain Yukio Seki, First Kamikaze Shikishima Squadron, Mabalacat, Philippines, 1944 (1:48 Scale)

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Imperial Japanese Navy Mitsubishi A6M2 Riesen Zero Kamikaze Fighter - Captain Yukio Seki, First Kamikaze Shikishima Squadron, Mabalacat, Philippines, 1944
Imperial Japanese Navy Mitsubishi A6M2 Riesen "Zero" Kamikaze Fighter - Captain Yukio Seki, First Kamikaze Shikishima Squadron, Mabalacat, Philippines, 1944 (1:48 Scale)
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The Mitsubishi A6M Zero was a light-weight carrier-based fighter aircraft employed by the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service from 1940 to 1945. It is universally known as Zero from its Japanese Navy designation, Type 0 Carrier Fighter (Rei shiki Kanjo sentoki), taken from the last digit of the Imperial year 2600 (1940), when it entered service.
Imperial Japanese Navy Yokosuka MXY-7 Ohka Baka Kamikaze Rocket - 721 Navy Squadron (Jinrai Butai)
Imperial Japanese Navy Yokosuka MXY-7 Ohka "Baka" Kamikaze Rocket - 721 Navy Squadron (Jinrai Butai), 1945 (1:48 Scale)
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The Yokosuka MXY-7 Ohka, ("cherry blossom") was a purpose-built, rocket powered kamikaze aircraft employed by Japan towards the end of World War II. The United States gave the aircraft the name Baka (Japanese for "idiot").
   
 
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