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Japanese "Zero" WW2 Airplane Takes Off In Only 150-ft Of Runway!

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CALIFORNIA, U.S.A.
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Added: May-24-2012 
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  • He used a lot more than 150-ft

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  • my first inclination was to want someone to shoot the damn thing down for the guys that died in the war, then I came to my senses and thought cool relic.

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  • Amazing how familiar that sound is.

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  • a beauty

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  • mitsubishi?

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  • Pretty cool.

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  • All it is is a shell and a fucking big engine. They were designed that way for the Carriers of the time.

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  • Pretty sure that was at least 500ft.

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  • It's designed for carrier operations, so it has a big wing and a high power to weight ratio. But that was still more than 150 feet. They were much bettter at manuevering at low speed and low altitude than up high and fast.They had a high ceiling because of their light weight, but were at a disadvatage against our aircraft with superchargers when up there,and in a dive their controls locked up and they couldn't roll or turn at high speed because of their huge airlerons and big control surfaces on More..

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  • Heck...

    They have a wooden airframe

    Powerful engine

    Was a great fighter back in it's early WWII days.

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