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Mansyu Ki-79 Willow / Nishikoren
Technical Information

Background
Two seat trainer version of the Ki-27 Nate built by Manshūkoku Hikōki Seizo KK, in four sub-versions. The single seat Ki-79a with engine Ha.13a-I. Ki-79c with engine Ha.13a-III and the two-seat Ki-79b with engine Ha.13a-I. Finally the Ki-79d with engine Ha.13a-III. Code named "Willow" by the Allies. Known in Indonesia as "Nishikoren".

Production
Ki-79 a total of 1,329 were built

Technical Details
Crew  One (pilot)
Engine One Ha.13a-I or Ha.13a-III
Span  11.3 m
Length  7.53 m
Height  3.25 m
Maximum Speed  292 mph
Range  395 miles
Armament  (nose) 2 × 7.7 mm Type 89 machine guns with 500 rounds/gun
Or, (nose) 1 x 12.7 machine gun and 1 x 7.7 machine gun on later models
Bomb Load  (wing racks) 100 kg (220 lbs) of bombs
Or, 500 kg (1,100 lb) of bombs as kamikaze
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