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If i am that CV commander ,that japanese driver will never come back home, cos i am kamikaze style:trollface:

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we should request kamikaze attack for IJN planes

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If i am that CV commander ,that japanese driver will never come back home, cos i am kamikaze style:trollface:

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That plane (which I assume is the  Mitsubiishi G4M) was a ground based plane.That plane is too big for an IJN CV to launch & land .

 

Edited by Vanguisher88

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That plane (which I assume is the  Mitsubiishi G4M) was a ground based plane.That plane is too big for an IJN CV to launch & land .

 

 

YA lol in few game a am last standing face two one-hit-death ships i wanna crush my fighter to win the game lol

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That plane (which I assume is the  Mitsubiishi G4M) was a ground based plane.That plane is too big for an IJN CV to launch & land .

 

 

Its Yokosuka P1Y "Frances" maybe Kyokko (Aurora) version since it seems lack of Nose gun.

She basicly Succesor of G4M Betty

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Edited by humusz

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Thank you to those that wait at home for their loved ones who are serving.

They do the hard yards, never knowing when or if their loved ones will be home again.

The oft forgotten price of war, paid not by those who serve, but by those left behind.

 

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Thank you to those that wait at home for their loved ones who are serving.

They do the hard yards, never knowing when or if their loved ones will be home again.

The oft forgotten price of war, paid not by those who serve, but by those left behind.

 

Touching words..

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:(

 

Thank you to those that wait at home for their loved ones who are serving.

They do the hard yards, never knowing when or if their loved ones will be home again.

The oft forgotten price of war, paid not by those who serve, but by those left behind.

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