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  Ki-67 Peggy Manufacture Number ????  
98th Sentai (?)

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US Army January 1945

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Destroyed on the ground and captured by liberating US Army forces as wreckage only: tail section and engines, most likely at Lingayen Airfield.

Tony Feredo adds:
"The photo is a Ki-67 Peggy possibly from the 98th Sentai and looks 90% that this was taken at Lingayen as the unit was also based there. The color scheme of this aircraft was likely the late time brown over light grey scheme."

Dead Birds and Meatballs page 141

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January 31, 2018


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