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Aichi H9A1 Type 2 Training Flying Boat
Technical Information

Not used overseas. Another photo of an H9A1 has the tail marking タク-24 it was photographed outside of a large hangar. No other planes are visible. The tail marking identifies the Takuma Air Group. Japanese artists think the plane was in the orange paint of a trainer or experimental model.

A total of 31 H9A1s were built, 28 put into service as trainers.

The Encyclopedia of Japanese Aircraft 1900-1945

Technical Details
Crew  Five (plus 3 passengers)
Engine 2 × Nakajima Ha-1 Kotobuki 42 nine-cylinder air-cooled radial engines
Span  24 m (78 ft 9 in)
Length  16.95 m (55 ft 7.3 in)
Height  5.25 m (17 ft 2¾ in)
Maximum Speed  317 km/h (197 mph; 171 kt) at 3,000 m (9,845 ft)
Range  2,150 km (1,340 mi; 1,160 nmi)
Armament  1× flexible, 7.7 mm (.303 in) Type 92 machine gun in bow and dorsal hatches
Bombload  2× 250 kg (551 lb) bombs or depth-charges
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