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Old 22nd September 2006, 11:38
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JAAF Formations?

I have read that the JAAF adopted the 'Finger Four' formation later in the war, but have read original WW2 reports of disorganised-looking flights of Japanese aircraft earlier in the conflict.

Can anyone please explain how JAAF Chutais were organised in the air, both earlier and later in the war?
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