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The 5 leading aces of the famous Tainan Kōkūtai, which includes the famous ‘Cleanup Trio’ (Sakai, Ōta & Nishizawa). Only Saburō would survive the war out of the 5 pictured here….Top Row From Left- Tora-Ichi Takatsuka, Junichi Sasai, Saburō SakaiFront row From left- Toshio Ōta, Hiroyoshi NishizawaOne of my favorite Japanese photos of WW2,

The 5 leading aces of the famous Tainan Kōkūtai, which includes the famous ‘Cleanup Trio’ (Sakai, Ōta & Nishizawa). Only Saburō would survive the war out of the 5 pictured here….Top Row From Left- Tora-Ichi Takatsuka, Junichi Sasai, Saburō SakaiFront row From left- Toshio Ōta, Hiroyoshi NishizawaOne of my favorite Japanese photos of WW2,

O trio do grupo Tainan Kokutai - Nishizawa (em pé à esquerda), Ota (sentado à esquerda) e Sakai (sentado à direita de Ota)

O trio do grupo Tainan Kokutai - Nishizawa (em pé à esquerda), Ota (sentado à esquerda) e Sakai (sentado à direita de Ota)

Saburo Sakai a ace with over 60 areal victories, a veteran of China war. A pilot of very hard Navy scool.

Saburo Sakai a ace with over 60 areal victories, a veteran of China war. A pilot of very hard Navy scool.

Lieutenant Colonel Satoru Anabuki (穴吹 智, December 5, 1921 - June 2005, sometimes Satoshi) was, depending on the source, the second or third highest flying ace of the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force in World War II, with 39 victories (51 claimed). Strangely enough there are 53 claimed victories to be found in his autobiography Soku no Kawa, where his first triple kill (nos. 10-12) was mis-counted as just one (next kill was noted as no. 11).

Lieutenant Colonel Satoru Anabuki (穴吹 智, December 5, 1921 - June 2005, sometimes Satoshi) was, depending on the source, the second or third highest flying ace of the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force in World War II, with 39 victories (51 claimed). Strangely enough there are 53 claimed victories to be found in his autobiography Soku no Kawa, where his first triple kill (nos. 10-12) was mis-counted as just one (next kill was noted as no. 11).

Piloto kamikase, II Guerra .

Piloto kamikase, II Guerra .

Soviet ace fighter pilot, Hero of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Baranov. Stalingrad, 1942. Soviet pilots didn’t want to paint German crosses on their plane to show their victories like western pilots did, it was a dishonour for them to have enemy emblems on their aircraft.

Soviet ace fighter pilot, Hero of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Baranov. Stalingrad, 1942. Soviet pilots didn’t want to paint German crosses on their plane to show their victories like western pilots did, it was a dishonour for them to have enemy emblems on their aircraft.

japanese navy pilot junichi sasai,in 1942 he destroyed two P-39s in twenty seconds - Pin it by GUSTAVO BUESO-JACQUIER

japanese navy pilot junichi sasai,in 1942 he destroyed two P-39s in twenty seconds - Pin it by GUSTAVO BUESO-JACQUIER

1937- Japanese officer and soldiers teaching Chinese children to render a "proper Japanese salute".

1937- Japanese officer and soldiers teaching Chinese children to render a "proper Japanese salute".

Heroic and courageous Japanese suicide pilots before leaving for his mission to attack the naval fleet of the US Navy in the Battle of Okinawa: Too bad I can not identify them by name to honor best - Pin it by GUSTAVO BUESO-JACQUIER

Heroic and courageous Japanese suicide pilots before leaving for his mission to attack the naval fleet of the US Navy in the Battle of Okinawa: Too bad I can not identify them by name to honor best - Pin it by GUSTAVO BUESO-JACQUIER

Saburo Sakai - WWII Japanese Flyingg Ace - Original Vintage Photograph

Saburo Sakai - WWII Japanese Flyingg Ace - Original Vintage Photograph

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