Imperial Japanese Navy

Part Five showcases the last destroyers: the Shimakaze- and Akizuki-classes.

Heavy Cruiser Japan World War two Pacific Theater

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[Imperial] time was running out.
[The chrysanthemum] would lose the race.
Smoke on the water and fire in the sky..!
Smoke on the water…

Warship march.This music is here.


いざさらば めにものみせん めりけんの 空母めがける 大和魂-陸軍特別攻撃隊員

おくれじと 咲きて散りなむ 大空に みくにを護る 我若桜-神風桜花特攻隊員

にっこりと 笑って行かん 靖國へ この身は晴の 特攻隊-陸軍特攻隊少尉

おおらかに 静もり立た

This is a complete build from start to finish of Tamiya Japanese Fighter Pilot. This is truly a complete build. You get to see the complete construction and painting of this model kit along with some comments.

Kyūjitai: Shinjitai: Dai-Nippon Teikoku Kaigun

Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) Lethal Kamikaze Attack Weapon Yokosuka MXY-7 Ohka (桜花).

kamikaze attack japan imperial japanese navy yokosuka mxy-7 ohka G4M betty missile rocket 桜花 神風 特攻 特攻隊 一式陸上攻撃機

アルペジオOPxWar ThunderのMADです。
War Thunderの空母にも提督さんはいますよ!


Part Four showcases the Kagero- and Yugumo-classes.

Part One showcases the older DDs: the Minekaze-, Kamikaze-, and Mutsuki-classes.

Covers all Seaplane, Escort, Light, and Fleet Aircraft Carriers and all Battleships of the WWII Imperial Japanese Navy.

The video showcases the Light and Heavy Cruisers of the Imperial Japanese Navy.

Part Two showcases the Fubuki- and Akatsuki-classes.

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The Imperial Japanese Army Air Service (often called the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force (大日本帝國陸軍航空隊, Dainippon Teikoku Rikugun Kōkūtai?) (IJAAF), was the land-based aviation force of the Imperial Japanese Army. As with the IJA itself, the IJAAF was developed along the lines of Imperial German Army Aviation so its primary mission was to provide tactical close air support, for ground troops while maintaining a limited air interdiction capability. The JAAF also provided important reconnaissance support for t

Music: Hanz Zimmer - Red Warrior

Part Three showcases the Hatsuharu-, Shiratsuyu-, and Asashio-classes.