checking out a Jap plane at Tachikawa airfield.  Betty Bomber Display

Historic Photo of Lester Magnus with Jap plane from WW2.

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Japanese Betty Bomber Exhibit
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Dad checking out a Jap plane at Tachikawa airfield

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One of Japans most successful bombers
the bomber that ended the war with Japan
the Betty Bomber

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Let me know at the bottom of this page. C. Jeff Dyrek

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Lester Magnus
Betty Bomber on Ieshima in WW2
Photo from Robert Magnus

Dad checking out a Jap plane at Tachikawa a October, early Nov. 1945. 
Is this a Kamikaze?   Dad inspecting a Jap plane at the airfield at Tachikawa Japan,  just west of Tokyo, about late October, early Nov. 1945. Is this a Kamikaze? 

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