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88-4606 Mowing the lawn at Hamamatsu during Air Festa 2019. (more of 88-4606)
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13-8510 On static display at Hamamatsu during Air Festa 2019. This F-2A belongs to the 1st Technical School based at Hamamatsu. (more of 13-8510)
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71-5239 On display at JASDF Hamamatsu Kohokan. This aircraft is painted in the markings of 33rd Kokutai. (more of 71-5239)
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TX-7101 On display at Gifu-Kakamigahara Air and Space Museum under the wing of the UF-XS. This Safir was modified by the Japan Defense Agency’s Technical Research and Development Institute to test high-lift devices to improve take-off and landing performance. The results of these tests helped in the development of the UF-XS and PS-1/US-1 flying boats, as well as the C-1 transport and Asuka STOL aircraft. (more of TX-7101)
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52-8861 F-15 taxiing for short demo flight at Tsuiki airshow. (more of 52-8861)
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05-5810 On display at Gifu-Kakamigahara Air and Space Museum. Only 46 T-1A and 20 T-1B jet trainers were built. 05-5810 was the 10th T-1 built, which served with Air Development & Test Wing. It wears special markings to commemorate the unit’s 50th anniversary in 2005. This T-1B flew its last flight on March 2, 2006. (more of 05-5810)
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1001 Replica on display at Gifu-Kakamigahara Air and Space Museum. This was a licence-built version of the Salmson 2A.2 that became the Army Type Otsu 1, Japan’s first military aircraft used in the reconnaissance role. It first flew in 1922 from the village of Sohara, which later merged to form Kakamigahara. Kawasaki built around 300 of this type till 1927. (more of 1001)
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29-5103 On display at Gifu-Kakamigahara Air and Space Museum. The T-2 was influenced by the design of the SEPECAT Jaguar, as can be seen from this rear view. It was also powered by two Adour turbofans, licence built by Ishikawajima-Harima as the TF40-IHI-801A. Unlike the Jaguar, the T-2 had single wheels. This is the experimental Control Configuration Vehicle (CCV) that has three canards. (more of 29-5103)