Mitsubishi WW2 Bomber Aircraft (1939-1945)
Long before becoming a recognized global car maker, Mitsubishi manufactured a range of bomber aircraft targeting the Free World.There are a total of 8 Mitsubishi WW2 Bomber Aircraft (1939-1945) in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator. This showcase includes light, medium and heavy bomber forms produced by the Mitsubishi concern.
The Mitsubishi G3M medium bomber was produced in over 1,000 examples beginning in 1936....
The Mitsubishi G4M Betty will forever be linked to the ill-fated flight which saw the death of Japanese Admiral Yam...
Nicknamed Babs by the Allies, the Mitsubishi Ki-15 served as a reconnaissance platform and light bomber for both th...
The German-Japanese relationship prior to World War 2 provided Mitsubishi with plans for a militarized form of the ...
The Mitsubishi Ki-21 medium bomber started operational service in 1939 and lasted into the final months of the war,...
The Mitsubishi Ki-30 series found some early success in the campaign against neighboring China but was featured les...
While proving serviceable in the ground attack role, the Mitsubishi Ki-51 Sonia was relegated to kamikaze attacks b...