Imperial Japanese Fighter Hiko Sentai - A6M5 'Zero-Sen'Add to Wish List
Prior to World War Two, the Japanese Army Air Service orchestrated a restructuring of its organisation. The resultant Air Combat Group (飛行戦隊 Hikō Sentai) was a single-purpose unit consisting typically of three Squadrons, divided into three flights (小隊 shōtai) of...
Japanese A6MX 'Zero-Sen' 6 Plane SquadronAdd to Wish List
The Mitsubishi A6M Zero was a fast, modern fighter, but had no armour for the pilot. When the Zero was in the hands of aggressive and well-trained pilots this weakness was rarely apparent. The A6-M5 model Zero featured improved engine,...
Japanese A6MX 'Zero-Sen' Ace - Saburō SakaiAdd to Wish List
Saburō Sakai was the Imperial Japanese Navy's fourth highest ranking Ace. When was began he shot down the first B-17 to be lost in the Pacific theatre. During a mission over Guadalcanal Sakai was badly injured but still limped his...