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Surrendering Gracefully
Box art for model TUO 1323, the civilian transport version badged as a H6K5-L
Similar art for the military reconnaissance version H6K5 (TUO 1322)
The inside of the fuselage halves showing the lashed over windows to be opened for the transport version
The identical decals supplied in both kits, representing two civilian and three military options

In the mid and late 1930s Japan’s expansionist aspirations encouraged the Imperial Japanese Navy to look at how a growing empire might be supported by air. The distances inherent in moving around the Paciic, and the undeveloped nature of what dry land there was, meant that loat planes and lying boats were seen as integral to a comprehensive air capability.

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