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Nakajima Ki-4 (Army Type 94 Reconnaissance)
Technical Information

Background
Accepted by the Japanese Army in July 1934 and placed into production. This was the last Army biplane accepted into service. Assigned to operational units in 1935 - 1937 as a replacement for the Type 92 Reconnaissance Aircraft and saw combat in China for liason and light bombing.

Production
516 by Nakajima (March 1934 - Feburary 1939)
57 by Tachikawa Hikoki (Type 94-Otsu)
126 by Manshu Hikoki (Type 94-Otsu)

Technical Details
Crew  Two (pilot & observer / rear gunner)
Engine  600-640 Type 94 (Ha-8) nine cylinder air cooled radial engine with two blade propeller
Span  12m
Length 7.73m
Height  3.50m
Maximum Speed  176 mph at 7,874'
Range  Unknown
Armament 2 x 7.7mm machine guns, rear: one or two flexible 7.7mm machine gun
Bomb Load  Unknown


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