The Nakajima A2N or Navy Type 90 Carrier-based fighter was a Japanese carrier-borne fighter of the 1930s. It was single-engine biplane of mixed construction with a fixed tailwheel undercarriage.
The Nakajima A2N or Navy Type 90 Carrier-based fighter was a Japanese
carrier-borne fighter of the 1930s.1
the Nakajima A2N1, a variant of the Nakajima A2N (also known as the
Nakajima Type 90) single-seat carrier-borne biplane fighter used by
the Imperial Japanese Navy in the late 1930's.2
Made by Nakajima Aircraft Company.
900, Boeing F3B, Saab 37 Viggen, Novi Avion, Nakajima A2N, Ilyushin
Il-12, Boeing Model 40, Lavochkin La-11, Máy bay tiêm kích ban đêm,
Dassault MD 315 Flamant, Lavochkin La-126, Nakajima E8N, Boeing F2B,
Il Nakajima A2N, noto anche con la designazione Caccia Imbarcato della Marina Tipo 90, era un monomotore biplano da caccia imbarcato prodotto dall'azienda giapponese Nakajima Hikōki Kabushiki Kaisha negli anni trenta.4
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* List of aircraft of the Japanese Navy* List of fighter aircraft
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