Sunday, August 9, 2009

Mitsubishi Zero

Never to be ranked among the sturdiest planes in history, Japan's long-range fighter the Mitsubishi Zero was built purely for speed and maneuverability. Its brittle aluminum body was very light and could dip and dive better than any other plane during World War II. The Zero would become the cornerstone of Japan's suicide "kamikaze" squadrons.

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