Tachikawa Graphic copyright Don Marsh 2001
Research/Information
Organizations
Captured Message Board
J-Aircraft in Foreign Service
Foreign AC in J-Service
 
Captured J- Aircraft
Army
Ki-10 Perry
Ki-43 Oscar
Ki-44 Tojo
Ki-45 Nick
Ki-46 Dinah
Ki-48 Lily
Ki-49 Helen
Ki-61 Tony
Ki-67 Peggy
Ki-84 Frank
Ki-100 Unnamed
 
Navy
A5M Claude
A6M Zero
B5N Kate
B6N Jill
B7A Grace
C6N Myrt
D4Y Judy
E16A Paul
G4M Betty
KKY-2
H8K Emily
J1N Irving
J2M Jack
L2D Tabby
M6A Seiran
MXY Baka
N1K George/Rex
P1Y Frances
Q1W Lorna
 
X-Planes
A6M7/8
J7W
J5N Tenai
J8M
G8N Rita
Ki-74 Patsy
Ki-77
Ki-83
Ki-87
Ki-93
Ki-94
Ki-102
Ki-106
Ki-115
 
Other Counties (Postwar)
Coming Soon!
 
Captured By
A-20
B-10
B-17
CW21
F2A Buffalo
Hurricane
LAAG-3
P-40
 
Tested by
Me-109
 

 

 

J-aircraft.com Captured Aircraft Special Section

Hello and welcome!

This is a new section dedicated to what is probably my favorite topic, captured and test aircraft of the IJN/IJA.  Now, you might be saying to yourself, huh?  Here's what this page will explore:

1) Aircraft that were captured during the war and test flown by the TAIC, ATAIU -SEA, TAIU-SWPA etc. 

2) Aircraft that were flown by other countries post war.

3) Aircraft that the Japanese Captured during the war and test flew, kind of like the one depicted in the excellent drawing by Don Marsh at the bottom of this page as well as the Japanese TAIC symbol at the top of the page.

4) Aircraft tested by the Japanese.  It is well known that the Japanese test few many different German and American aircraft pre/post war.

Photos and artwork presented on this page have been submitted by various members or are accredited to the appropriate publication.  If there is a problem with any image being posted here, please drop me an e-mail at dpluth@j-aircraft.com and the item will be removed immediately.

This is a work in progress so please be patient.  We'll get to the stuff you're interested in! 

If you have something that you'd like to contribute, send it to captured@j-aircraft.com and we'll get it posted.  When you submit an item, please attribute it to it's proper source so that information can be posted as well.