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Ki-21 "Sally"

Medium Bomber

Mitsubishi

The Ki-21-1 from  61-st Sentai of Japanese Air Forces, Nomonhan 'incident', August, 1939. © Michael Bykov

The Ki-21-1 from 61-st Sentai of Japanese Air Forces, Nomonhan "incident", August, 1939.

Ki-21 'Sally' Specification
Crew 5
Dimensions
Wing span 22.50 m ( 73 ft, 9ѕ in)
Wing area 69.50 m2 (749.2 sq ft )
Length 16.00 m ( 52 ft, 57/8 in )
Height 4.85 m ( 15 ft, 107/8 in )
Engine
Two Mitsubishi Ha-101 radial pistons 1,500 hp ( 1119 kW )
Weight
Empty weight 6070 kg (13,382 lb)
Maximum takeoff weight 10610 kg (23,391 lb)
Performance
Speed maximum 486 km/h (302 mph)
at altitude 4720 m (15,485 ft)
Rate of climb 13.2 minutes to reach 6000 m (19,685 ft)
Ceiling 10000 m (32,810 ft)
Range 2700 km (1,680 miles)
Armament (Defensive)
Five 7.7 mm (0.303 in) Type 89 & one 12.7 mm (0.50 in) Type 1 machine-guns  
Weapons
Bombs 1000 kg (2,205 lb)

References

  • "Encyclopedia of military engineering " /Aerospace Publising/
  • "Japan Warplanes of World War II" /Oleg Doroshkevich/

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