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Ki-27 "Nate"

Fighter

Nakajima

The Ki-27-I from  1-st Sentai, 2-nd Chutai  of Japanese Air Forces, Nomonhan 'incident', summer 1939. © Michael Bykov

The Ki-27-I from 1-st Sentai, 2-nd Chutai of Japanese Air Forces, Nomonhan 'incident', summer 1939.

Ki-27 'Nate' Specification
Crew 1
Dimensions
Wing span 11.30 m ( 37.07 ft)
Wing Area 18.56 m2 (200 ft2)
Length 7.53 m ( 24.70 ft)
Height 3.25 m (10.66 ft)
Engine
Nakajima Ha-1b air-cooled radial engine 1 x 710 hp
Weight
Empty weight 1110 kg (2,447 lb)
Maximum takeoff weight 1790 kg (3,638 lb)
Performance
Maximum speed at sea level 395 km/h (245 mph)
at altitude 4000m (13,123 ft) 468 km/h (286 mph)
Rate of climb 920 m/min (3,018 ft/min)
Ceiling 10000 m (28,215 ft)
Service range 1710 km (1,050 miles)
Armament (Defensive)
Two 7.7 mm (0.303 in) Type 89  
Weapons
Bombs 100 kg (220 lb)

References

  • "Encyclopedia of military engineering " /Aerospace Publising/
  • "50 best fighters of World War II" /Gennadiy Kornukhin/
  • "Japan Warplanes of World War II" /Oleg Doroshkevich/

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