Secret Japanese Aircraft of WW2

Despite warnings by Chennault, (commander of the AVG in China) of advanced Japanese aircraft, the U.S. remained woefully ignorant.  Identifying the types of aircraft encountered, and how they worked, fell to an Army captain from Nashville Tennessee; Frank T. McCoy.  At a secret hanger near Brisbane Australia, Technical Air Intelligence was born.

 

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