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Mitsubishi Ki-20
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Specifications

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bomber
ten
V-12 diesel
4 x 750 hp. ea.
76' 2"
144' 4"
32,875 lbs.
56,100 lbs.
5 x 7.7 mm.
1 x 20 mm.
11,000 lbs.
112 mph
125 mph
800 fpm
14,100 feet
2,200 miles
6/14/1932
1933






Mitsubishi Ki-20 bombers were the largest military aircraft to be employed by Japan during World War II. They were developed from a passenger aircraft designed in Germany by Junkers.

Mitsubishi Ki-20 aircraft were modified with more powerful engines than their predecessors which enabled them to carry 11,000 lbs. of ordnance, including machine guns and a cannon.

In addition to bombing missions, Mitsubishi Ki-20 aircraft were also used as tactical transports. A total of six were produced under license.

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