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  Ki-84ko Frank Manufacture Number 1446 Tail S17
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? Sentai

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1945
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Aircraft History
Built by Nakajima assigned to ? Sentai and served in the Philippines.

Wartime History
Captured at Clark Field during 1945. Evaluated and flight tested by ATIU, assigned tail number S17. This aircraft was transported to the United States aboard USS Long Island (CVE-1).

Restoration
In 1952 it was sold off as surplus to Edward Maloney owner of the Ontario Air Museum (Planes of Fame Museum) and restored to flying condition.

Display
Exhibited at Planes of Fame Museum during 1952 - 1978. Transported to Japan it was exhibited at Arashiyama Museum until 1991 when the museum closed. Today, it is part of the Peace Museum For Kamikaze Pilots.

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January 31, 2018

 

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