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Theatrical release poster.

Movie (2006)


Ken Watanabe (General Kuribayashi
Kazunari Ninomiya (Saigo)
Tsuyoshi Ihara (Baron Nishi)

Beechcraft 18

The Imperial Japanese Army Air Service did not operate the Beechcraft Model 18, I presume this aircraft is representing a similar aircraft type the Kawasaki Ki-56 flown by the Imperial Japanese Army Air Service during this era.

Beechcraft Model 18 coming into land at Iwo Jima.
Beechcraft Model 18 taxiing at Iwo Jima.
Beechcraft Model 18 interior.
Beechcraft Model 18 seen in a later scene were the airfield is under attack.

Aichi D3A

Aichi D3A at the Iwo Jima airfield.
7 Aichi D3As in the background of this scene.

Vought F4U Corsair

CGI Vought F4U Corsair attacking Japanese forces on Iwo Jima.

Unidentifiable Aircraft


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