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{{Airframe_info|name = Nakajima Ki-84-I Otsu C/n 3060|image = 301-nakajima_ki-84.jpg|caption = C/n 3060 as FE-301|designation = Nakajima Ki-84|version = I Otsu (1b)}}
 
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|name = Nakajima Ki-84 C/n 3060
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|image = [[file:301-nakajima_ki-84.jpg]]
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|caption = C/n 3060 as FE-301
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|designation = Nakajima Ki-84
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|version = I Otsu (1b)
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}}
   
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
   
 
This particular aircraft (C/n 3060) was one of two captured at the Nakajima Utsunomiya plant after the end of the war. They were shipped on board USS Barnes (CVE-20) from Yokosuka to the US on 3 November 1945. On 7 December 1945 they were handed to the USAAF, where the Office of Air Force Intelligence assigned the Foreign Evaluation numbers '''FE-301''' and FE-302 to them, the first of which is the subject here.
 
This particular aircraft (C/n 3060) was one of two captured at the Nakajima Utsunomiya plant after the end of the war. They were shipped on board USS Barnes (CVE-20) from Yokosuka to the US on 3 November 1945. On 7 December 1945 they were handed to the USAAF, where the Office of Air Force Intelligence assigned the Foreign Evaluation numbers '''FE-301''' and FE-302 to them, the first of which is the subject here.
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== Fate ==
 
== Fate ==
   

Revision as of 02:48, 29 November 2017


History

This particular aircraft (C/n 3060) was one of two captured at the Nakajima Utsunomiya plant after the end of the war. They were shipped on board USS Barnes (CVE-20) from Yokosuka to the US on 3 November 1945. On 7 December 1945 they were handed to the USAAF, where the Office of Air Force Intelligence assigned the Foreign Evaluation numbers FE-301 and FE-302 to them, the first of which is the subject here.

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Fate

The aircraft was tested, as there is a test report, but we know nothing of the eventual fate of T2-301 as it was known at the end of its days.