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Star of the movie, this Yokosuka K2Y serial カ-469 (KA-469)
Star of the movie, this Yokosuka K2Y serial カ-469 (KA-469)
[[Image:SK_K2Y-starting.jpg|thumb|500px|none|One of the very aircraft seen.]]
[[Image:SK_K2Y-starting.jpg|thumb|500px|none|One of the very first aircraft seen.]]

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Shonen Kokuhei movie poster.

Movie (1936)
Japanese title : 少年航空兵
French title : Jeunes aviateurs de la Marine
English title : Youth Aviation Seamen


(Synopsis needed)



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Yokosuka K5Y1

SK Yokosuka-K5Y1.jpg
Yokosuka K5Y1 serial カ-759 (KA-759).

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Nakajima E4N

Nakajima E4N named Type 90-2 Reconnaissance Seaplane by Japanese Navy.

SK Nakajima-E4N2.jpg

Wingtip near a row of engine with various propeller on the wall : instructional room ? museum ?

SK miscl2.jpg

Nakajima E4N or its successor Nakajima E8N ?

SK seaplane.jpg

Yokosuka K2Y

Star of the movie, this Yokosuka K2Y serial カ-469 (KA-469)

SK Yokosho-K2Y-ground.jpg
One of the very first aircraft seen.
SK K2Y-flying.jpg
SK Yokosho-K2Y.jpg
SK Yokosho-K2Y-469.jpg

This indigenous derivative of the Avro 504 is seen several times with various serial :
for example ヨ-601 (YO-601) doing aerobatics.

SK K2Y-YO601.jpg

Nakajima E2N and Various Yokosuka Floatplane

1 : probably Type 15 Reconnaissance Seaplane (alias Nakajima E2N1)
2 : Yokosho (Yokosuka) K5Y2
3 : next to it a Type 14 Reconnaissance Seaplane or Yokosho (Yokosuka) E1Y2
4 : Yokosho (Yokosuka) K1Y2.
5 : All the seaplanes in the back and on the seashore are probably Type 90 Training Seaplanes or Yokosho (Yokosuka) K4Y1.

SK Kasumigaura-Kokutai.jpg

Ishikawajima T-3

SK Isikawajima-T3.jpg

Ishikawajima T-3 c/n 3, J-BBCA built in 1928. The type was an experimental reconnaissance aircraft that failed to win in an Army competition of 1928. Ishikawajima eventually sold it in 1932 to Asahi as the 58th aircraft in the newspaper fleet after modifying it into a communication aircraft for civilian use.

SK J-BBCA-58.jpg

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