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Old 3rd May 2019, 18:59
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Re: Japanese Ki-21

Very interesting JYoung

Can you elaborate a bit when you say s/n? I was not aware that the Japanese used that.
From western sources it seems track was kept by using the manufactures assigned construction numbers.
In this case they certainly don't fit, unless the numbers you quote are considerably shorterned.

The loss on 7 Aug 1939 is said to be E/G malfunction. By E/G do you mean engine or possibly something else?

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