Pacific Profiles Volume Eight IJN Floatplanes in the South Pacific 1942-1944 | AeroScale

From AVONMORE BOOKS, this volume by a renowned authority in Japanese aerial warfare of the Pacific war covers Japan's floatplanes camouflage, markings, tail codes and units operating in New Guinea and the Solomons from 1942-44. It features original color illustrations, presents fresh information, and corrects and clarifies longstanding errors perpetuated for decades, and includes new markings and information.

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What a great book review! Good job!

I plan on getting this one after reading Osprey’s “Aircraft of the Aces #129: J2M Raiden and N1K1/2-J Shiden/Shiden-Kai Aces”. There are brief mentions of the A6M2-N Rufe and F1M Pete that whetted my interest in floatplanes.