Tachikawa Ki-36

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Tachikawa Ki-36

The Tachikawa Ki-36 was a single-engine light attack aircraft. It was flown by Japan during World War II. The Ki-36 was first flown in 1938. It was not very fast having a top speed of only 217 mph.[1]

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  1. Justin D. Murphy; Matthew A. McNiece, Military Aircraft, 1919-1945: An Illustrated History of Their Impact (Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2009), p. 146
Mondey, David (1996). Axis Aircraft of World War II. Chancellor Press, London. ISBN 1851529667.