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PostSubject: #35 - PEARL HARBOR raid - Shokaku's high level bombers   Tue Nov 13, 2012 10:57 am



EI-302 was flown by a wingman.


EI-305 was flown by a wingman of carrier IJN Shokaku.


EI-305 photo #1
EI-305 was flown by a wingman of carrier IJN Shokaku.
PHOTO CREDIT: via Mr. David Aiken.


EI-306 was flown by a shotaicho.


Shokaku photo #1
On December 7, 1941, buntaicho Lt. Tatsuo Ichihara (first squadron), Lt. Tsumoto Hagiwara (second squadron)
and Lt. Yoshiaki Irikiin (third squadron) were leaders of SHOKAKU's high level bomber force with 27 Nakajima B5N2,
divided in 3 chutai (9 planes unit) during the second wave attack. First and second squadron attacked NAS Kaneohe Bay
and third squadron attacked NAS Pearl Harbor at Ford Island. Video capture from DVD “Dias que abalaram o mundo - Ataque a Pearl Harbor”, by BBC.


EI-307 was flown by a wingman.


Shokaku photo #2
Video capture from DVD “Dias que abalaram o mundo - Ataque a Pearl Harbor”, by BBC.


EI-309 was flown by a buntaicho, Lt. Tadao (Tatsuo) Ichihara (pilot).


Shokaku photo #3


Shokaku photo #4
Shokaku's B5N2 taking off for Pearl Harbor raid.


Shokaku photo #5
Shokaku's B5N2 taking off for Pearl Harbor raid.


Shokaku photo #6
Shokaku's B5N2 taking off for Pearl Harbor raid.


Shokaku photo #7
Shokaku's B5N2 taking off for Pearl Harbor raid.


Shokaku photo #8
Shokaku's B5N2 taking off for Pearl Harbor raid. Video capture from DVD “Coleção Battlefield Pearl Harbor #7, by Abril coleções.


EI-310 was flown by a wingman.


Shokaku photo #9
Shokaku's B5N2 taking off for Pearl Harbor raid.


Shokaku photo #10


EI-311 was flown by a wingman.


Shokaku photo #11
EI-311 and EI-307 over Kaneohe Naval Air Station, Oahu. Note that there are NO large underwing numbers on EI-311.
The 5th Carrier Division did not train to attack ship targets, thus did not receive such training digits!
INFO CREDIT: Mr. David Aiken.


EI-321 was flown by a buntaicho, PO1c Etsu Ishikawa (pilot).


Kaneohe photo #1
Video capture from DVD “Coleção Battlefield Pearl Harbor #7, by Abril coleções.


EI-324 was flown by a wingman, PO Hisato Yonekura (pilot).


Kaneohe photo #2
Video capture from DVD “Coleção Battlefield Pearl Harbor #7, by Abril coleções.


EI-325 was flown by a wingman.


Kaneohe photo #3
Video capture from DVD “Coleção Battlefield Pearl Harbor #7, by Abril coleções.


EI-326 was flown by a wingman.


EI-327 was flown by a wingman.


EI-329 was flown by a wingman.


Kaneohe photo #4
EI-329 over Kaneohe. This is one of second wave attack force... note the racks for two 250kg bombs.
INFO CREDIT: Mr. David Aiken.


Kaneohe photo #5
Video capture from DVD “Coleção Battlefield Pearl Harbor #7, by Abril coleções.


Shokaku photo #12
Shokaku's buntaicho B5N2.


EI-357 was flown by a shotaicho, PO1c Masaru Okubo.

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