Type 3 Fighter Hien
No.176 三式戦 飛燕
Interceptor Fighter Icon 2 Land-based Fighter
Effects: Icon AA+8 Icon Hit+1 Icon Evasion+3
Combat Radius: 3 (Deployment Cost: BauxiteKai 7)

Scrap value: FuelKai 1 AmmoKai 2 BauxiteKai 6 (Unbuildable)

Type 3 Fighter Hien 176 Card

Type 3 Fighter Hien 176 Character

Type 3 Fighter Hien 176 Equipment

Type 3 Fighter Hien 176 Full

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Developed using the liquid cooled engine developed in that country as a reference, this is an army fighter equipped with a liquid cooled engine, the Type 3 Fighter "Hien". Unfortunately there were problems with the reliability and it was unable to exert its full potential, but in ideal conditions it has lots of potential.


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History Edit

 The Kawasaki Ki-61 Hien is a Japanese World War II fighter aircraft used by the Imperial Japanese Army Air Service. The Japanese Army designation was "Army Type 3 Fighter" (三式戦闘機 "Sanshiki sentouki").It was the only mass-produced Japanese fighter of the war to use a liquid-cooled inline V engine. Over 3,000 Hiens were produced. Initial prototypes saw action over Yokohama during the Doolittle Raid on 18 April 1942, and continued to fly combat missions throughout the war.

The Development of the Hien started with the Ki-28 after failing to win a bid against Nakajima's Ki-27. Committed to keep developing aircraft, Kawasaki turned its attention to obtaining a production license from Daimler-Benz to manufacture the DB 600 and DB 601 engines in Japan hoping that the Army would be interested in developing new designs to exploit the power plant and by March 1938 the production licenses were secured. In February 1940, drawing on doctrinal lessons learned from the aerial combat during the Nomonhan Incident with the Soviet Union, the Army issued a requirement for Kawasaki to built a prototype experimental heavily armed fighter, which would become the Ki-60, and a "lighter" general-purpose experimental fighter, which would become the Hien. The design of the Ki-60 was to emphasize speed, dive and climb performance, whilst the Hien was planned to deliver more general-purpose offensive capabilities required for the recently established doctrine of "aerial exterminating action". In April 1940, Kawasaki obtained the rights to manufacture the the latest version of the Daimler-Benz engine, the DB 601A, with blueprints and pattern engines arriving from Germany that same year. The first Kawasaki-built DB 601A, designated as Ha-40, was available from July 1941, and by November it had passed all ground-running tests. Kawasaki, however struggled with the responsibility of developing both the home-manufactured engine and the airframe design that it was intended to power. This resulted in a lengthy delay in the fighter's introduction to service. The Ha-40 inverted-V engine that would power the Hien was slightly lighter than the DB 601, but more powerful. Kawasaki had been unsuccessful in gaining licence manufacturing rights for the DB 601’s all-important Bosch fuel injection system, so it had to incorporate a Mitsubishi-designed alternative instead. This proved effective enough, but in frontline service various engine-related problems with the Hien, which were magnified in the unforgiving environments to which it was deployed, were to ultimately blight the aircraft’s operational record.

The all-metal, semi-monocoque fuselage was basically oval in cross-section, changing to a tapered, semi-triangular oval behind the cockpit canopy, with a maximum depth of 1.35 m (4 ft 5 in). An unusual feature of the Hien was that the engine bearers were constructed as an integral part of the forward fuselage, with the cowling side panels being fixed. For servicing or replacement, only the top and bottom cowling panels could be removed. A tapered, rectangular supercharger air intake was located on the port-side cowling. Behind the engine bulkhead were the ammunition boxes feeding a pair of synchronized 12.7 mm Ho-103 machine guns which were set in a "staggered" configuration in a bay just above and behind the engine. The breeches partly projected into the cockpit, above the instrument panel. The Ho-103 was a light weapon for its caliber and fired a light shell, but this was compensated for by its rapid rate of fire. The ammunition capacity was limited, having only around 250 rounds for each weapon. A self-sealing fuel tank with a capacity of 165 L was located behind the pilot's seat. The windshield was armored and there was a 13 mm armor plate behind the pilot. The radiator and oil cooler for the liquid-cooled engine were in a ventral location below the fuselage and wing trailing edge, covered by a rectangular section fairing with a large, adjustable exit flap.

The Type 3 Fighter, Model I A had a fully retractable tail wheel, two 7.7 mm Type 89 machine guns in the wings and two synchronized 12.7 mm Ho-103 machine guns in the forward decking. Capable of carrying one 151 L drop tank or a light bomb. The B variant saw that the tail wheel retraction mechanism was unreliable, thus the aircraft was modified accordingly, while Two 12.7 mm Ho-103 machine guns replaced the wing 7.7 mm machine guns.The C variant was built in conjunction with the B variant, the wing machine guns were replaced by Mauser MG 151/20 cannons. Each upgrade in the armament of the Hien caused its performance and agility to suffer, but it remained capable of reaching a maximum speed of 580 km/h.

Trivia Edit

  • The plane shown above is a Type 3 Fighter, Model I B and the color scheme of the in-game artwork is based off that of the 149th Shinbu-tai, part of the 59th Squadron stationed at Ashiya Airfield, Fukuoka Prefecture.[1]
  • The Hien received the code name "Mike" assuming it was a German fighter, later it was assumed it was of Italian origin thus it was renamed "Tony".
    • Originally it was assumed to be a license-built Messerschmitt Bf 109, but later it was thought to be a Macchi C.202.
    • The some members of the 68th Squadron called the aircraft "Roku-ichi" (六一 "six-one") instead of "Hien" or "Ki-61".
  • Early versions of the Hien had a higher loaded weight (2950 kg) than the prototypes of the Ki-60 (2750 kg).
  • The very high pressure of the Mitsubishi fuel injection system led to fuel leakage and fuel line ruptures, problems with the ignition system, poor quality spark plugs causing pre-ignition or constant fouling, leaks in the coolant system due to poor castings which caused overheating and the quality of bearings caused many failures. Combined with the lack of experience of the maintenance crews with liquid-cooled engines, insufficient numbers of mechanics, inadequate maintenance facilities, lack of spare parts and adverse weather conditions, and this, combined with the number of aircraft available, ultimately proved crippling for the Hien.
  • On 18 April 1942 during the Doolittle Raid on Tokyo, the Hien made its debut as Major Yoshitsugu Aramaki (荒蒔儀次陸軍少将) and Warrant Officer Ryozaburo Umekawa (梅川亮三郎准尉) of the Flight Test Center had been flying the second and third Ki-61 prototypes in gunnery trials from Mito airfield when they were alerted to the raid. Through binoculars, they spotted a medium-sized aircraft with stars on its wings at an altitude of about 650 ft, and both pilots immediately decided to take off in an attempt to intercept it. However, the armorer officer, Captian Hashimoto, warned them that the two Hien prototypes were only loaded with practice ammunition of a non-explosive type, and he would need about 30 minutes to re-arm the aircraft with explosive rounds. Aramaki, therefore, decided to send Umekawa off first with the practice ammunition and then follow on in another prototype after it had been re-armed with the explosive rounds. After takeoff Umekawa encountered a B-25B Mitchell over Kasumigaura heading south at an altitude of about 1000 ft, and he made his first gunnery pass as the enemy aircraft crossed the coastline. Evading return fire from the bomber’s gun turret, he completed a second and third pass, noting that the gunner had ceased firing. His fire had hit the bomber near the wing root and he saw oil or fuel streaming back. Umekawa wanted to continue his attack, but by that stage his fuel was low and he decided to break off and return to base, rather than risk damaging the valuable prototype in a forced landing. Aramaki took off from Mito in the other prototype once it had been re-armed, setting off in pursuit of the B-25s. However, Zero fighters of the Japanese Navy's Yokosuka Air Group spotted his unfamiliar fighter and prepared to attack it. The Japanese military was aware of the impending carrier strike and had called its air defenses to readiness, but it was presumed that the raid would occur a day later on 19 April as the carrier would need to approach closer to the mainland to launch its fighters. Therefore, there was an expectation of encountering enemy fighters. As the Zeros came in to attack his Hien, Aramaki banked sharply to display the Japanese Hinomaru on his wings and waggled them to prevent a friendly fire incident. After this encounter he could not locate any enemy bombers and returned to base without engaging.
    • During the raid, WO Umekawa made his first pass against Lt. Everett W. Holstrom's B-25 (40-2282), while his second and third pass were against Capt. C. Ross Greening's B-25 (40-2249, aka "Hari Kari-er"). He didn't notice when he exchanged targets.
    • Greening's exact statement to the USAAF was that they had come under "sustained attack" by four aircraft of unknown type, described as ‘new model fighters closely resembling Zeros except for their inline engines’ with six machine guns in the wings.
  • The Hien first official deployment was with the 68th and 78th Squadrons in Boram Airfield, Wewak, New Guinea.
    • Taiyou carried the first elements of the 68th Squadron form Yokosuka to Truk as cargo, which arrived on 10 April. On their flight from Truk to Rabaul on 25 April 1943 bad weather struck and the group returned to Truk, Sargent Major Shoichi Ohki was lost. Two days later two groups of 13 and 14 Hiens each sortied again. The first group of 13 lost 10 of its planes, while the second group managed to arrive safely at Vunakanau. On 3 May a second ferry flight was attempted, but more aircraft were lost in the process.
      • Due to these disasters the remaining 68th Squadron members and the 78th Squadron were ferried in a more safe, but longer route.
      • The IJNAF's 751st Air Group (a Mitsubishi G4M unit) stationed in Vunakanau , were the first members of the Navy to see the Hien and were curious about the new army fighter.
    • Both units were destroyed by Allied forces in New Guinea and surviving ground and aircrew were used as infantry with few survivors.
  • The Hien, and the Japanese Navy's Suisei, Serian and Nanzan shared the same base design engine (the Daimler-Benz DB 601A). The Army operated Kawasaki's Ha-40, while the Navy operated the Aichi's Atsuta engine.

References Edit

  1. File:Ki-61 at Fukuoka in 1945.jpeg. (2014, November 8). Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Retrieved 03:21, June 24, 2017 from

See alsoEdit

Kawasaki Ki-61

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Main Gun Small 12cm Single
12cm Single Gun Mount 001 Card
 · 120mm Twin
120mm Twin Gun Mount 147 Card
 · 12.7cm Twin
12.7cm Twin Gun Mount 002 Card
(Model B
12.7cm Twin Gun Mount Model B Kai 2 063 Card
 · Model C
12.7cm Twin Gun Mount Model C Kai 2 266 Card
· 12.7cm Single
12.7cm Single Gun Mount 078 Card
AA 10cm HA
10cm Twin High-angle Gun Mount 003 Card
 · 12.7cm Single HA
12.7cm Single High-angle Gun Mount 048 Card
(Late Model
12.7cm Single High-angle Gun Mount (Late Model) 229 Card
· 12.7cm Twin HA (Late Model)
12.7cm Twin High-angle Gun Mount (Late Model) 091 Card
10cm Twin High-angle Gun Mount + Anti-Aircraft Fire Director 122 Card
Medium 14cm Single
14cm Single Gun Mount 004 Card
 · 14cm Twin
14cm Twin Gun Mount 119 Card
 · 15.2cm Twin
15.2cm Twin Gun Mount 065 Card
15.2cm Twin Gun Mount Kai 139 Card
· 15.5cm Triple
15.5cm Triple Gun Mount 005 Card
15.5cm Triple Gun Mount Kai 235 Card
· 20.3cm ((No.2)
20.3cm (No.2) Twin Gun Mount 090 Card
 · (No.3)
20.3cm (No.3) Twin Gun Mount 050 Card
· SKC34 20.3cm
SKC34 20.3cm Twin Gun Mount 123 Card
 · 203mm/53
203mm 53 Twin Gun Mount 162 Card
Large 30.5cm Triple
30.5cm Triple Gun Mount 231 Card
30.5cm Triple Gun Mount Kai 232 Card
· 35.6cm Twin
35.6cm Twin Gun Mount 007 Card
(Proto 35.6cm
Prototype 35.6cm Triple Gun Mount 103 Card
 · 35.6cm (Dazzle Camo)
35.6cm Twin Gun Mount (Dazzle Camouflage) 104 Card
· 38cm Twin
38cm Twin Gun Mount 076 Card
38cm Twin Gun Mount Kai 114 Card
· 381mm/50 Triple
381mm 50 Triple Gun Mount 133 Card
381mm 50 Triple Gun Mount Kai 137 Card
· 38.1cm Twin
38.1cm Mk.I Twin Gun Mount 190 Card
(/N Kai
38.1cm Mk.I N Twin Gun Mount Kai 192 Card
· 16inch Mk.7
16inch Triple Gun Mount Mk.7 161 Card
16inch Triple Gun Mount Mk.7 + GFCS 183 Card
· 38cm Quad
38cm Quadruple Gun Mount 245 Card
38cm Quadruple Gun Mount Kai 246 Card
· 41cm Twin
41cm Twin Gun Mount 008 Card
(Proto 41cm
Prototype 41cm Triple Gun Mount 105 Card
 · Kai
41cm Triple Gun Mount Kai 236 Card
· 46cm Triple
46cm Triple Gun Mount 009 Card
(Proto 46cm
Prototype 46cm Twin Gun Mount 117 Card
· Prototype 51cm
Prototype 51cm Twin Gun Mount 128 Card
Secondary Gun 15cm Twin
15cm Twin Secondary Gun Mount 077 Card
 · 15.2cm Single
15.2cm Single Gun Mount 011 Card
 · OTO 152mm Triple
OTO 152mm Triple Rapid Fire Gun Mount 134 Card
 · 15.5cm Triple
15.5cm Triple Secondary Gun Mount Kai 234 Card
· 15.2cm Triple
15.2cm Triple Gun Mount 247 Card
AA 8cm HA
8cm High-angle Gun 066 Card
(Kai + Additional Machine Guns
8cm High-angle Gun Kai + Additional Machine Guns 220 Card
· 10cm HA (Carriage)
10cm Twin High-angle Gun Mount (Carriage) 071 Card
 · 10.5cm Twin
10.5cm Twin Gun Mount 160 Card
 · 12.7cm Twin HA
12.7cm Twin High-angle Gun Mount 010 Card
AAFD 12.7cm HA + AAFD
12.7cm High-angle Gun + Anti-Aircraft Fire Director 130 Card
 · 90mm Single HA
90mm Single High-angle Gun Mount 135 Card
 · 5inch Twin Gun Mount Mk.28 mod.2
5inch Twin Gun Mount Mk.28 mod.2 172 Card
Anti-Air Machine Gun 7.7mm
7.7mm Machine Gun 037 Card
 · 12.7mm Single
12.7mm Single Machine Gun Mount 038 Card
 · 2cm Flakvierling 38
2cm Flakvierling 38 084 Card
 · 25mm Single
25mm Single Autocannon Mount 049 Card
25mm Twin Autocannon Mount 039 Card
 · Triple
25mm Triple Autocannon Mount 040 Card
· 3.7cm FlaK M42
3.7cm FlaK M42 085 Card
 · Bi Type 40mm Twin
Bi Type 40mm Twin Autocannon Mount 092 Card
 · 12cm 30-tube Rocket Launcher
12cm 30-tube Rocket Launcher 051 Card
C.D. 25mm Triple (Concentrated Deployment)
25mm Triple Autocannon Mount (Concentrated Deployment) 131 Card
 · Bofors 40mm Quad
Bofors 40mm Quadruple Autocannon Mount 173 Card
 · QF 2-pounder Octo
QF 2-pounder Octuple Pom-pom Gun Mount 191 Card
Fire Director Type 91 Anti-Aircraft Fire Director
Type 91 Anti-Aircraft Fire Director 120 Card
 · Type 94 Anti-Aircraft Fire Director
Type 94 Anti-Aircraft Fire Director 121 Card
Torpedo Weapon Torpedo 61cm (Triple
61cm Triple Torpedo Mount 013 Card
 · Quad
61cm Quadruple Torpedo Mount 014 Card
· 61cm Oxygen (Triple
61cm Triple (Oxygen) Torpedo Mount 125 Card
 · Quad
61cm Quadruple (Oxygen) Torpedo Mount 015 Card
 · Quint
61cm Quintuple (Oxygen) Torpedo Mount 058 Card
 · Proto Sext
Prototype 61cm Sextuple (Oxygen) Torpedo Mount 179 Card
· 53cm Twin
53cm Twin Torpedo Mount 174 Card
 · 53cm Oxygen Bow
53cm Bow (Oxygen) Torpedo Mount 067 Card
Sub Submarine 53cm Bow (8 tubes)
Submarine 53cm Bow Torpedo Mount (8 tubes) 095 Card
 · Prototype FaT Type 95 Oxygen Torpedo Kai
Prototype FaT Type 95 Oxygen Torpedo Kai 127 Card
 · Late Model Bow Torpedo Mount (6 tubes)
Late Model Bow Torpedo Mount (6 tubes) 213 Card
(+ Skilled Sonar Personnel
Skilled Sonar Personnel + Late Model Bow Torpedo Mount (6 tubes) 214 Card
Midget Sub Kouhyouteki
Kouhyouteki 041 Card
Carrier-based Aircraft Fighter Type 96 Fighter
Type 96 Fighter 019 Card
Type 96 Fighter Kai 228 Card
· Zero (Model 21
Type 0 Fighter Model 21 020 Card
Type 0 Fighter Model 21 (Skilled) 096 Card
 · Iwamoto
Zero Fighter Model 21 (w Iwamoto Flight) 155 Card
· Model 32
Type 0 Fighter Model 32 181 Card
Type 0 Fighter Model 32 (Skilled) 182 Card
· Model 52
Type 0 Fighter Model 52 021 Card
Type 0 Fighter Model 52 (Skilled) 152 Card
 · 52A Iwamoto
Zero Fighter Model 52A (w Iwamoto Flight) 156 Card
 · 52C 601
Zero Fighter Model 52C (601 Air Group) 109 Card
 · 52C Iwai
Zero Fighter Model 52C (w Iwai Flight) 153 Card
· Model 53 (Iwamoto
Type 0 Fighter Model 53 (Iwamoto Squadron) 157 Card
)) · Shiden (Kai 2
Shiden Kai 2 055 Card
 · Kai 4
Shiden Kai 4 271 Card
· Reppuu
Reppuu 022 Card
Reppuu Kai 053 Card
 · 601
Reppuu (601 Air Group) 110 Card
· Shinden Kai
Shinden Kai 056 Card
 · Bf 109T Kai
Bf 109T Kai 158 Card
 · Fw 190T Kai
Fw 190T Kai 159 Card
 · Reggiane (Re.2001 OR Kai
Re.2001 OR Kai 184 Card
 · Re.2005 Kai
Re.2005 Kai 189 Card
· Wildcat (F4F-3
F4F-3 197 Card
 · F4F-4
F4F-4 198 Card
· Hellcat (F6F-3
F6F-3 205 Card
F6F-3N 254 Card
· F6F-5
F6F-5 206 Card
F6F-5N 255 Card
)) · Fulmar
Fulmar 249 Card
 · Seafire Mk.III Kai
Seafire Mk.III Kai 252 Card
Torpedo Bomber Type 97
Type 97 Torpedo Bomber 016 Card
Type 97 Torpedo Bomber (Skilled) 098 Card
 · 931
Type 97 Torpedo Bomber (931 Air Group) 082 Card
 · Tomonaga
Type 97 Torpedo Bomber (Tomonaga Squadron) 093 Card
 · Murata
Type 97 Torpedo Bomber (Murata Squadron) 143 Card
· Tenzan
Tenzan 017 Card
Tenzan (931 Air Group) 083 Card
 · 601
Tenzan (601 Air Group) 112 Card
 · Model 12 Tomonaga
Tenzan Model 12 (Tomonaga Squadron) 094 Card
 · Model 12 Murata
Tenzan Model 12 (Murata Squadron) 144 Card
· Ryuusei
Ryuusei 018 Card
Ryuusei Kai 052 Card
 · 601
Ryuusei (601 Air Group) 113 Card
· Re.2001 G Kai
Re.2001 G Kai 188 Card
 · Swordfish
Swordfish 242 Card
(Mk.II (Skilled)
Swordfish Mk.II (Skilled) 243 Card
 · Mk.III (Skilled)
Swordfish Mk.III (Skilled) 244 Card
TBD 196 Card
 · TBF
TBF 256 Card
TBM-3D 257 Card
Dive Bomber Type 99
Type 99 Dive Bomber 023 Card
Type 99 Dive Bomber (Skilled) 097 Card
 · Egusa
Type 99 Dive Bomber (Egusa Squadron) 099 Card
· Suisei
Suisei 024 Card
(Model 12A
Suisei Model 12A 057 Card
 · Egusa
Suisei (Egusa Squadron) 100 Card
 · 601
Suisei (601 Air Group) 111 Card
· Ju 87C Kai
Ju 87C Kai 064 Card
 · Prototype Nanzan
Prototype Nanzan 148 Card
 · Type 0 Fighter Model 62 (Fighter-bomber)
Type 0 Fighter Model 62 (Fighter-bomber) 060 Card
Zero Fighter Model 62 (Fighter-bomber Iwai Squadron) 154 Card
· Type 0 Fighter Model 63 (Fighter-bomber)
Type 0 Fighter Model 63 (Fighter-bomber) 219 Card
 · SBD
SBD 195 Card
 · F4U-1D
F4U-1D 233 Card
 · Skua
Skua 248 Card
 · SB2U
SB2U 199 Card
Recon Saiun
Saiun 054 Card
(Eastern Caroline
Saiun (Eastern Caroline Air Group) 212 Card
· Type 2 Reconnaissance Aircraft
Type 2 Reconnaissance Aircraft 061 Card
 · Prototype Keiun (Carrier-based Reconnaissance Model)
Prototype Keiun (Carrier-based Reconnaissance Model) 151 Card
Seaplane Flying Boat Type 2 Large Flying Boat
Type 2 Large Flying Boat 138 Card
 · PBY-5A Catalina
PBY-5A Catalina 178 Card
Recon Type 0 Recon
Type 0 Reconnaissance Seaplane 025 Card
(Model 11B
Type 0 Reconnaissance Seaplane Model 11B 238 Card
Type 0 Reconnaissance Seaplane Model 11B (Skilled) 239 Card
)) · Type 0 Observation
Type 0 Observation Seaplane 059 Card
 · Type 98 Night Recon
Type 98 Reconnaissance Seaplane (Night Recon) 102 Card
 · Ar196 Kai
Ar196 Kai 115 Card
 · Shiun
Shiun 118 Card
 · Ro.43 Recon
Ro.43 Reconnaissance Seaplane 163 Card
 · OS2U
OS2U 171 Card
Bomber Zuiun
Zuiun 026 Card
Zuiun (631 Air Group) 207 Card
 · 634
Zuiun (634 Air Group) 079 Card
 · 634/Skilled
Zuiun (634 Air Group Skilled) 237 Card
 · Model 12
Zuiun Model 12 080 Card
 · Model 12 634
Zuiun Model 12 (634 Air Group) 081 Card
· Seiran (Prototype Seiran
Prototype Seiran 062 Card
 · 631
Seiran (631 Air Group) 208 Card
· Laté 298B
Laté 298B 194 Card
Fighter Ro.44 Seaplane Fighter
Ro.44 Seaplane Fighter 164 Card
Ro.44 Seaplane Fighter bis 215 Card
· Type 2 Seaplane Fighter Kai
Type 2 Seaplane Fighter Kai 165 Card
Type 2 Seaplane Fighter Kai (Skilled) 216 Card
· Kyoufuu Kai
Kyoufuu Kai 217 Card
Land-based Aircraft Attack Type 96
Type 96 Land-based Attack Aircraft 168 Card
 · Type 1
Type 1 Land-based Attack Aircraft 169 Card
Type 1 Land-based Attack Aircraft (Nonaka Squadron) 170 Card
 · Model 22A
Type 1 Land-based Attack Aircraft Model 22A 180 Card
 · Model 34
Type 1 Land-based Attack Aircraft Model 34 186 Card
· Ginga
Ginga 187 Card
Patrol Toukai (Prototype
Prototype Toukai 269 Card
 · 901
Toukai (901 Air Group) 270 Card
Fighter Interceptor Raiden
Raiden 175 Card
 · Shiden Model 11
Shiden Model 11 201 Card
(Model 21
Shiden Model 21 Shiden Kai 202 Card
IJA/Foreign Type 1 Fighter Hayabusa (Model II
Type 1 Fighter Hayabusa Model II 221 Card
(64th Sq.
Type 1 Fighter Hayabusa Model II (64th Squadron) 225 Card
· Model III A
Type 1 Fighter Hayabusa Model III A 222 Card
(54th Sq.
Type 1 Fighter Hayabusa Model III A (54th Squadron) 223 Card
)) · Type 3 Fighter Hien
Type 3 Fighter Hien 176 Card
Type 3 Fighter Hien (244th Air Combat Group) 177 Card
 · Model 1D
Type 3 Fighter Hien Model 1D 185 Card
· Type 4 Fighter Hayate
Type 4 Fighter Hayate 218 Card
 · Spitfire (Mk.I
Spitfire Mk.I 250 Card
 · Mk.V
Spitfire Mk.V 251 Card
 · Mk.IX (Skilled)
Spitfire Mk.IX (Skilled) 253 Card
LBAA-IJA Bomb-carrying Type 1 Fighter Hayabusa Model III Kai (55th Squadron)
Bomb-carrying Type 1 Fighter Hayabusa Model III Kai (55th Squadron) 224 Card
Jets Fighter-Bomber Jet Keiun Kai
Jet Keiun Kai 199 Card
 · Kikka Kai
Kikka Kai 200 Card
Anti-submarine Warfare Patroller Ka Type Observation Autogyro
Ka Type Observation Autogyro 069 Card
 · Type 3 Command Liaison Aircraft (ASW)
Type 3 Command Liaison Aircraft (ASW) 070 Card
Depth Charge Projector Type 94 Depth Charge Projector
Type 94 Depth Charge Projector 044 Card
 · Type 3 Depth Charge Projector
Type 3 Depth Charge Projector 045 Card
Additional Type 95 Depth Charge
Type 95 Depth Charge 226 Card
 · Type 2 Depth Charge
Type 2 Depth Charge 227 Card
Sonar Type 93 Passive Sonar
Type 93 Passive Sonar 046 Card
 · Type 3 Active Sonar
Type 3 Active Sonar 047 Card
 · Type 0 Passive Sonar
Type 0 Passive Sonar 132 Card
 · Type 4 Passive Sonar
Type 4 Passive Sonar 149 Card
 · ASDIC (Type124 ASDIC
Type124 ASDIC 260 Card
 · Type144/147 ASDIC
Type144 147 ASDIC 261 Card
 · HF/DF + Type144/147 ASDIC
HF DF + Type144 147 ASDIC 262 Card
Shell Type 3 Shell
Type 3 Shell 035 Card
 · Type 91 Armor Piercing Shell
Type 91 Armor Piercing Shell 036 Card
 · Type 1 Armor Piercing Shell
Type 1 Armor Piercing Shell 116 Card
Anti-Ground WG42 (Wurfgerät 42)
WG42 (Wurfgerät 42) 126 Card
Amphibious and Transport Landing Craft Daihatsu Landing Craft
Daihatsu Landing Craft 068 Card
((Type 89 Medium Tank & Landing Force)
Daihatsu Landing Craft (Type 89 Medium Tank & Landing Force) 166 Card
· Toku Daihatsu Landing Craft
Toku Daihatsu Landing Craft 193 Card
(+ 11th Tank Regiment
Toku Daihatsu Landing Craft + 11th Tank Regiment 230 Card
Tank Special Type 2 Amphibious Tank
Special Type 2 Amphibious Tank 167 Card
Drum Drum Canister (Transport Use)
Drum Canister (Transport Use) 075 Card
Material Saiun (Disassembled for Transport)
Saiun (Disassembled for Transport) 209 Card
Radar Small Air Type 13 Air Radar
Type 13 Air Radar 027 Card
Type 13 Air Radar Kai 106 Card
Large Air Type 21 Air Radar
Type 21 Air Radar 030 Card
Type 21 Air Radar Kai 089 Card
· Type 14 Air Radar
Type 14 Air Radar 032 Card
 · FuMO25 Radar
FuMO25 Radar 124 Card
 · 15m Duplex Rangefinder + Type 21 Radar Kai Ni
15m Duplex Rangefinder + Type 21 Radar Kai Ni 142 Card
Small Surface Type 22 Surface Radar
Type 22 Surface Radar 028 Card
(Kai 4
Type 22 Surface Radar Kai 4 088 Card
 · Calibrated Model
Type 22 Surface Radar Kai 4 (Calibrated Late Model) 240 Card
· Type 33 Surface Radar
Type 33 Surface Radar 029 Card
Large Surface Type 32 Surface Radar
Type 32 Surface Radar 031 Card
Type 32 Surface Radar Kai 141 Card
Submarine Submarine Radar (& Waterproof Telescope
Submarine Radar & Waterproof Telescope 210 Card
 · & Passive Radiolocator (E27)
Submarine Radar & Passive Radiolocator (E27) 211 Card
Engine Turbine Improved Kanhon Type Turbine
Improved Kanhon Type Turbine 033 Card
Boiler Enhanced Kanhon Type Boiler
Enhanced Kanhon Type Boiler 034 Card
 · New Model High Temperature High Pressure Boiler
New Model High Temperature High Pressure Boiler 087 Card
Bulge Anti-torpedo Bulge (Medium
Anti-torpedo Bulge (Medium) 072 Card
 · Large
Anti-torpedo Bulge (Large) 073 Card
· New Kanhon Design Anti-torpedo Bulge (Medium
New Kanhon Design Anti-torpedo Bulge (Medium) 203 Card
 · Large
New Kanhon Design Anti-torpedo Bulge (Large) 204 Card
· Pugliese Underwater Protection Bulkhead
Pugliese Underwater Protection Bulkhead 136 Card
Night Battle Aid Searchlight
Searchlight 074 Card
 · Star Shell
Star Shell 101 Card
 · Type 96 150cm Searchlight
Type 96 150cm Searchlight 140 Card
Support Item Emergency Repair Personnel
Emergency Repair Personnel 042 Card
(Repair Goddess
Emergency Repair Goddess 043 Card
· Combat Ration
Combat Ration 145 Card
((Special Onigiri)
Combat Ration (Special Onigiri) 241 Card
 · Canned Mackerel
Canned Mackerel 150 Card
· Underway Replenishment
Personnel and Facility Fleet Command Facility
Fleet Command Facility 107 Card
 · Striking Force Fleet Command Facility
Striking Force Fleet Command Facility 272 Card
 · Ship Repair Facility
Ship Repair Facility 086 Card
 · Skilled Carrier-based Aircraft Maintenance Personnel
Skilled Carrier-based Aircraft Maintenance Personnel 108 Card
 · Night Operation Aviation Personnel
Night Operation Aviation Personnel 258 Card
(+ Skilled Deckhands
Night Operation Aviation Personnel + Skilled Deckhands 259 Card
· Skilled Lookouts
Skilled Lookouts 129 Card