Japan's legendary WWII torpedo bomber.
The Nakajima B5N was introduced in 1937, replacing the I.J.N.'s aging Yokosuka B4Y. The B5N's incredible speeds and nimble performance made it an Allied adversary during WWII. The I.J.N. used B5Ns in the Attack on Pearl Harbor, as well as the sinking of the Yorktown, Lexington and Hornet aircraft carriers.
- I.J.N. Himeji N.F.G., Code: Hime-307, 1943-44
- I.J.N. Pearl Harbor attack group NAP2/C, Hiroyuki Kudo, Code: BII-322, December 8, 1941, Carrier Hiryu
- I.J.N. Usa N.F.G., Code: Usa-317, 1943-44
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Stock Number: HSGS1993
Mfg. Number: 01993
Skill Level 3
58 / 48 pieces
Length: 5.62 in (143 mm)
Width: 8.48 in (215.5 mm)