Aichi E13A Type 0 Jake 1-72 Wet decal

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Артикул: PRS 72-206
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Aichi E13A Type 0 Jake / 72-206 / 1. E13A1. Unit/Location: Heavy Cruiser "Tone", Attack on Pearl Harbor, 07.12.1941. Code: Red JI-1. Pilot: Yoishi Takahashi. Historical occasion: 30 minutes prior to the first attacking wave this plane flew to the Lahaina-anchorage at Hawaii to find no American fleet units present. 2. E13A1. Unit/Location: Heavy Cruiser "Chikuma", Attack on Pearl Harbor, 07.12.1941. Code: Red JII-1. Pilot: Akira Ito. Historical occasion: 30 minutes prior to the first attacking wave this plane flew to Pearl Harbor/Hawaii to find the American fleet without the aircraft carriers present. In reporting this, it banked away to the open sea to search for the missing carriers. 3. E13A1. Unit/Location: Heavy Cruiser “Chokai”, Battle of Palembang/Invasion of Sumatra, 15.02.1942. Code: Yellow Z-I. Historical occasion: At 09:23 hrs. this plane spotted the ABDA Naval Force first, that was later mauled from the Japanese invasion fleet. 4. E13A1. Unit/Location: Heavy Cruiser "Tone", Battle of Midway, 04.06.1942. Code: Red JI-4. Historical occasion: At 07:28 hrs. this plane discovers the American fleet but the observer does not identify the carriers at the outset which proves fatal in the end for the Japanese. 5. E13A1. Unit/Location: Heavy Cruiser "Chikuma", Battle of Midway, 04.06.1942. Code: Red JII-5. Pilot: Hara Hisashi. Historical occasion: At 10:45 hrs. this plane discovers USS Yorktown and shadows it for 3 hrs. Leading the carrier bombers that attacked and sank the aircraft carrier, it was shot down at 14:09 by VF-6's pilots Warden & Hoyle. 6. E13A1. Unit/Location: Heavy Cruiser "Chikuma", Battle of the Eastern Solomons, 24.08.1942 Code: Red JII-2. Pilot: Kzutoshi Fukujama. Historical occasion: At 14:25 hrs. this plane discovers the American task force to be shot down, but to radio back their successful sightings to the Japanese fleet before. 7. E13A1. Unit/Location: Heavy Cruiser "Nachi", Battle of the Komandorski Islands, 26.03.1943. Code: White WI-3. Historical occasion: This plane carried out artillery spotting duties during the action. The crew flew on to Attu/Aleutians in the end, crashed at landing but survived to return to Japan via submarine. 8. E13A1. Unit/Location: Heavy Cruiser "Maya", Battle of the Philippine Sea, 20.06.44. Code: Red EII-I. Historical occasion: At 16:35 hrs. this plane spotted a group of the US Task Force 58. 9. E13A1. Unit/Location: Hybrid Carrier-Cruiser "Mogami", Battle of Leyte Gulf, 20.10.44 . Code: Yellow 380-02. Historical occasion: Launched at 06:50 hrs. this could have been the plane that informed the Japanese forces first in detail about the overall strength of the US invasion forces in the Philippines. 10. E13A1b. Unit/Location: Saeki Kokutai, 5th Floating Chyrsanthemum-Operation, 04.05.45. Code: White ??-32. Historical occasion: This plane carried a special electronic magnetic device air-surface-radar to detect submarines & mines. It covered this "Kamikaze"-operation on American warships off Okinawa. 11. E13A1. Unit/Location: Sakigake Tai, 5th Floating Chyrsanthemum-Operation, 04.05.45. Code: White KiTa-50. Pilot: Sub-lieutenant Shikata Historical occasion: Carrying a 250kg bomb, this plane took part in this "Kamikaze"-operation on American warships off Okinawa. It never returned. 12. E13A1. Unit/Location: Sakigake Tai, 5th Floating Chyrsanthemum-Operation, 04.05.45. Code: White KiTa-51. Pilot: NCO Eiji Izuke. Historical occasion: Carrying a 250kg bomb, this plane took part in this "Kamikaze"-operation on American warships off Okinawa to be shot down by F6F-5 Hellcat fighters of VF-9, assigned to aircraft carrier USS Yorktown. 13. E13A1. Unit/Location: Seaplane Tender "Kamikawa Maru", Invasion of Malaya, 07.12.1941. Code: Red ZI-26. Pilot: Eiichi Ogata. Historical occasion: At 08:20 hrs. Ensign Eiichi Ogata was involved in the first dogfight of the Pacific war (more than 16 hrs before Pearl Harbor). In attacking and damaging the radio of 205. RAF SQN PBY Catalina "W8417/F-YW" of the Australian Pilot P.E. Bedell. The PBY could therefore not report the Japanese invasion fleet to Singapore. Around 09:00 hrs the PBY was attacked by five Ki-27 fighters of the 1st Sentai of the JAAF to explode mid-air and to become the very first casualties of the Pacific war.

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