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 #55 - Movie "Hawai Marei Oki Kaisen" (Hawaii/Malay Sea Battle) in Summer, 1942

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PostSubject: #55 - Movie "Hawai Marei Oki Kaisen" (Hawaii/Malay Sea Battle) in Summer, 1942   Mon Nov 12, 2012 7:37 pm



Movie "Hawai Marei Oki Kaisen" (Hawaii/Malay Sea Battle - 1942)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hawai_Mare_oki_kaisen


B-101 was flown during the filming of Kasumigaura training unit's A6M2s
for the movie "Hawai Marei Oki Kaisen" (Hawaii/Malay Sea Battle).


B-103 was flown during the filming of Kasumigaura training unit's A6M2s
for the movie "Hawai Marei Oki Kaisen" (Hawaii/Malay Sea Battle).


B-103 photo #1


Kasumigaura-103 photo #1
Aircraft of training units of Kasumigaura and Kure Kokutais were used during the filming. Note that tail code was changed.


K-315 (movie star) was flown during the filming of a training unit's B5N1s
for the movie "Hawai Marei Oki Kaisen" (Hawaii/Malay Sea Battle).
INFO CREDIT: Mr. David Aiken.


K-315 photo #1
K-315 was flown by Kasumigaura kokutai during the filming of a training unit's B5N1s
for the movie "Hawai Marei Oki Kaisen" (Hawaii/Malay Sea Battle) in Summer, 1942. This well known picture of a B5N1, torpedo equipped,
with curiously the fuselage national insignia with the large square white surround, taking off from the mock up carrier, with its
large island structure to starboard. In some books is captioned as Pearl Harbor attack's photo. It was first shown on Dec 7, 1942.
INFO CREDIT: Mr. David Aiken.


B5N1 photo #1
This is another frame from the same film, as pictured on page 164 "East Wind Rain,"
by Stan COHEN, in "Zero!," by Martin CAIDIN, which shows this B5N1 "Kate" tail code K-315 with
a white square background to the fuselage hinomaru.
INFO CREDIT: Mr. David Aiken.


Ku-314 was flown by Kure Kokutai during the filming of a training unit's B5N1s
for the movie "Hawai Marei Oki Kaisen" (Hawaii/Malay Sea Battle) in Summer, 1942.
The katakana on the tail is a "KU" (Kure); not a "TA" (Tateyama).
The Kure Kokutai begun as a brunch of the Sasebo Ku on April 1, 1925.
On June 1, 1931 the unit became independent and received the name "Kure Kaigun Kokutai".
It was basically a unit equipped with seaplanes patrolling Setonai and equip with Kure based ships with aircraft.
In 1934 an airfield was also constructed and land-based aircraft like Zero-sen and "Kates" were also based there.
On May 5, 1945 the unit was dissolved.
INFO CREDIT: Mr. David Aiken and George Eleftheriou.
http://arawasi-wildeagles.blogspot.com/2013/01/nakajima-b5n-kate-kure-kaigun-kokutai.html


Ku-314 photo #1
Ku-314 was flown by Kure Kokutai during the filming of a training unit's B5N1s for the movie "Hawai Marei Oki Kaisen"
(Hawaii/Malay Sea Battle) in Summer, 1942. Note the mock up carrier "island".
INFO CREDIT: Mr. David Aiken and George Eleftheriou.
PHOTO CREDIT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2CG9H9MLOjc


Ku-320 was flown by Kure Kokutai during the filming of a training unit's B5N1s for the movie "Hawai Marei Oki Kaisen"
(Hawaii/Malay Sea Battle) in Summer, 1942.


Ku-320 photo #1
This B5N1 shows a wide yellow IFF stripes. During the battle of Santa Cruz islands, October 26, 1942,
A6M2s Zero, B5N2s Kate and D3A1s Val of Japanese carriers had a wide yellow IFF stripes on the leading edge.
The order was issued on 13, September, 1942! A few Kasumigahara Kokutai aircraft had tested the red stripe and
the yellow stripe versions prior to the issue of the order.

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