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Kaitei gunkan (海底軍艦) movie poster.

Movie (1963)
Japanese title : 海底軍艦
German title : U 2000 - Tauchfahrt des Grauens

Starring:
Yōko Fujiyama (Makoto Jinguji, the Captain's Daughter)
Jun Tazaki (Captain Hachiro Jinguji)
Yû Fujiki (Yoshito Nishibe)
Kenji Sahara (Uoto Unno - Journalist / Mu Agent)
Ken Uehara (Retired Admiral Kusumi)

(Synopsis needed)


Convair F-102 Delta Dagger

Taking off from a Japanese base, a couple of Convair F-102 Delta Dagger of the USAF.

Atragon F-102.jpg

Boeing 707

Boeing 707 of Pan Am-Pan American World Airways.

Atragon B707.jpg

North American F-86D Sabre

Kōkū Jieitai (Japanese Air Self Defense Force) North American F-86D Sabre take off.

Atragon F-86D.jpg

On the foreground, we can see North American F-86D-35-NA Sabre code 167 (84-8167 former 51-6244 of USAF c/n 173-388) of the third Wing, 101th squadron.

Atragon F-86D 167 3E-101e.jpg

Submarine (and Flying) Batleship Atragon

Atragon UWFlyingBattleship.jpg


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