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DescriptionEdit

The Nakajima B6N Tenzan (Japanese: 中島 B6N 天山—"Heavenly Mountain", Allied reporting name: "Jill") was the Imperial Japanese Navy's standard carrier-borne torpedo bomber during the final years of World War II and the successor to the B5N "Kate". Due to its protracted development, a shortage of experienced pilots and the United States Navy's achievement of air superiority by the time of its introduction, the B6N was never able to fully demonstrate its combat potential.[1]

NotesEdit

  1. Data is from Japanese Aircraft of the Pacific War

SourcesEdit

  1. Wikipedia B6N entry

BibliographyEdit

  • Chambers, Mark with Tony Holmes. Nakajima B5N 'Kate' and B6N 'Jill' Units. Oxford, UK: Osprey Publications, 2017. ISBN 978-1-472818-74-4.
  • Francillon, René J. Imperial Japanese Navy Bombers of World War Two. Windsor, Berkshire, UK: Hylton Lacy Publishers Ltd., 1969. ISBN 0-85064-022-9.
  • Francillon, René J. Japanese Aircraft of the Pacific War. London: Putnam, 1970. ISBN 0-370-00033-1 (2nd edition ISBN 0-370-30251-6).
  • Francillon, René J. Japanese Carrier Air groups 1941-45. London: Osprey Publishing Ltd., 1979. ISBN 0-85045-295-3.
  • Thorpe, Donald W. Japanese Naval Air Force Camouflage and Markings World War II. Fallbrook, California; Aero Publishers Inc., 1977. ISBN 0-8168-6587-6 (paperbackk), ISBN 0-8168-6583-3 (hardcover).

Pages in category "Nakajima B6N"

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