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Mitsubishi Ki-46 Dinah
Type 100 Command Reconnaissance Aircraft

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Model II
Ki-46 1059  pilot Izuka crashed July 20, 1944 off Truscott
Ki-46 2237  Matsu-Ura crashed August 17, 1943 near Fenton Airfield
Ki-46 2250  pilot Okomoto shot down August 17, 1943 near Channel Point
Ki-46 2251  captured Lae Airfield September 1943
Ki-46 2273  pilot Shinohara crashed August 17, 1943 north of Bathurst Island
Ki-46 2375  abandoned Alexishafen Airfield, wreckage remained until 1974
Ki-46 2401  crashed June 16, 1943 near Bena Bena
Ki-46 2406  crashed near But Airfield
Ki-46 2414  pilot Shunji shot down July 18, 1943 east of Darwin
Ki-46 2417  crashed at Boe on Choiseul Island
Ki-46 2485  force landed circa January 1944 at Sag Sag
Ki-46 2566  noted by Charles Darby
Ki-46 2604  crash landed, partially scrapped circa 2001
Ki-46 2783  surrendered September 18, 1945, salvaged 2003, exported to New Zealand
Ki-46 2793  captured at Kamiri Airfield on July 3, 1944
Ki-46 piloted by Hideo  shot down October 25, 1942
Ki-46 Gasmata  captured April 13, 1944 at Gasmata, wreckage remains in situ
Ki-46 Hollandia captured, repaired by ground crews of 49th FG to airworthy)
Ki-46 piloted by Setaguchi  crashed February 6, 1943 into the sea near Darwin
Ki-46 piloted by Tonoi  crashed March 7, 1943 into the sea off Bathurst Island
Ki-46 piloted by Tanaka  crashed August 17, 1943 into the sea north of Darwin
Ki-46 piloted by Tsutsui  crashed June 12, 1944 into the sea off Point Blaze
Model III
Ki-46 5004  crashed December 26, 1943 in India, studied by ATIS
Ki-46 5007  captured in Japan
Ki-46 5194  ultimate fate unknown
Ki-46 5439  surrendered at Tebrau Airfield transported to the UK, displayed at Aerospace Museum at Cosford
Ki-46 Bamban  Captured at Bamban Airfield
Ki-46 Motoyama No 1 captured February 19, 1945
Model IV
Ki-46 5004  captured at end of war collected at Yokota (Fussa) and transported to the United States
Ki-46 5005  captured at end of war collected at Yokota (Fussa) and transported to the United States
Ki-46 5006  captured at end of war collected at Yokota (Fussa) and transported to the United States
Ki-46 5007  captured at end of war collected at Yokota (Fussa) and transported to the United States
Ki-46 5008  captured at end of war collected at Yokota (Fussa) and transported to the United States

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Last Updated
May 3, 2016

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