1:72 Mitsubishi Ki64-II Type 100 Commandant Recon Plane 'Green Cross'
At WWII's end, several of Japan's aircraft were repainted with a green cross as a sign of surrender. Many planes, including select Ki-46-IIs, transported Japanese diplomats to work out the terms of surrender in September of 1945. This Ki-46-II retains the IJAAF roundel. Many historians believe this was unintentional. The Ki-46-II shown here took delegates from Rabaul to the Royal New Zealand Air Force field in Jacquinot Bay.
Skill Level 3
Length: 6 in (153 mm)
Width: 8 in (204 mm)
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