Anime : The Cockpit by Reiji Matsumoto (Official Short) HD

«I am pleased to have the honour of having been chosen as a member of a Special Attack Force that is on its way into battle, but I cannot help crying when I think of you, Mum. When I reflect on the hopes you had for my future ... I feel so sad that I am going to die without doing anything to bring you joy.» Pilot Ichizo Hayashi, last letter home a few days before his final flight. April 1945 The Cockpit by Reiji Matsumoto - The Official Short (HD) A story of a special kamikaze fighter "Cherry Blossom type 11" BGM : Kanashii Toki Wa Itsumo by Hiroyuki Matsuda The Yokosuka MXY-7 Ohka (櫻花; Shinjitai: 桜花; "cherry blossom"; Hebon-shiki transcription Ōka) was a purpose-built, rocket powered human-guided anti-shipping kamikaze attack plane employed by Japan towards the end of World War II. United States sailors gave the aircraft the nickname Baka (Japanese for "fool" or "idiot") The MXY-7 Navy Suicide Attacker Ohka was a manned flying bomb that was usually carried underneath a Mitsubishi G4M2e "Betty" Model 24J bomber to within range of its target; on release, the pilot would first glide towards the target and when close enough he would fire the Ohka's three solid-fuel rockets, one at a time or in unison, and fly the missile towards the ship that he intended to destroy. The design was conceived by Ensign Mitsuo Ohta of the 405th Kokutai, aided by students of the Aeronautical Research Institute at the University of Tokyo. Ohta submitted his plans to the Yokosuka research facility. The Imperial Japanese Navy decided the idea had merit and Yokosuka engineers of the Yokosuka Naval Air Technical Arsenal (Dai-Ichi Kaigun Koku Gijitsusho, or in short Kugisho created formal blueprints for what was to be the MXY7. The only variant which saw service was the Model 11, and it was powered by three Type 4 Mark 1 Model 20 rockets. 155 Ohka Model 11s were built at Yokosuka, and another 600 were built at the Kasumigaura Naval Air Arsenal. The final approach was almost unstoppable because the aircraft gained high speed (403 miles per hour (649 km/h) in level flight and 576 miles per hour (927 km/h) or even 650 miles per hour (1,050 km/h) in a dive). Later versions were designed to be launched from coastal air bases and caves, and even from submarines equipped with aircraft catapults, although none were actually used in this way. It appears that the operational record of Ohkas includes three ships sunk or damaged beyond repair and three other ships with significant damage. Seven US ships were damaged or sunk by Ohkas throughout the war. The USS Mannert L. Abele was the first Allied ship to be sunk by Ohka aircraft, near Okinawa on 12 April 1945. The Ohka pilots, members of the Jinrai Butai (Thunder Gods Corps), are honored in Japan at Ohka Park in Kashima City, the Ohka Monument in Kanoya City, the Kamakura Ohka Monument at Kenchō-ji Kamakura, and the Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo. Famous Kamikaze Aircraft A6M2b,A6M2,A6M3,A6M7,A6M5 and A6M5c (Zeke)| Carry 250kg Bomb D3A2 Aichi Val Carry | 250kg Bomb Nakajima B6N2 Tenzan Jill "Heavenly Mountain" Carry Type 91 Torpedo Very Accurate and Very Successful Bomb Nakjima B5N2 Kate Carry 800Kg Type 91 Penis Torpedo and 800Kg Armored Piercing Bomb Nakajima Ki-43 II and III Koh Oscar Cary 550lb or 250Kg Bomb Kawasaki Ki-51 Sonia can carry one single 250kg Bomb Kawasaki Ki-61 Tony Hien Kamikaze Escort Ki-84 Frank Ki-46 Ki-48 Lily N1K1 George J1N1 Gekko Ki-115 can carry 250kg,500kg to 800Kg Bomb Mitsubishi G4M Betty Carry 800Kg Torpedo and can carry Heavy 2000kg Bomb called the Ohka MXY8 codename by america "Baka" Fatest Human Rocket Bomb "The Flying Coffin" Cherry Blossom Yokusuka D4Y2 carry 250kg Bomb,D4Y3 and D4Y4 Judy Suisei With Kamikaze Rocket Pipe can carry 250kg to 800kg Bomb.
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