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'''Ki-43''' may refer to:
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==Description==
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The '''Nakajima Ki-43''' officially designated '''Army Type 1 Fighter''' was a single-seat fighter used by the Imperial Japanese Army in World War II.
  
==Rank II - Aircraft==
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Nicknames being:
* [[Ki-43-I|Ki-43-I]]
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* ▅ - ''Hayabusa'' (隼, Peregrine Falcon)
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* ▃ - ''Oscar''
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==Vehicles==
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===Rank II===
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* [[Ki-43-I|Ki-43-I]] - (Includes all 3 Mark 1 variants (Ko, Otsu & Hei) as modification)
 
* [[Ki-43-II|Ki-43-II]]
 
* [[Ki-43-II|Ki-43-II]]
* [[Ki-43-II_(USA)|Ki-43-II (USA)]] - ''(This is a USA captured Japanese aircraft)''
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* [[Ki-43-II_(USA)|Ki-43-II]] - <small>(USA-captured)</small>
* [[Ki-43-III_ko_(China)|Ki-43-III ko (''China'')]] - Chinese-captured aircraft
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* [[Ki-43-III_ko_(China)|Ki-43-IIIa (甲, ko)]] - <small>(Chinese-captured)</small>
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===Rank III===
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* [[Ki-43-III_otsu|Ki-43 IIIb (乙, otsu)]]
  
==Rank III - Aircraft==
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{{AirManufacturer Nakajima}}
* [[Ki-43-III_otsu|Ki-43 III otsu]]
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{{Japan fighters}}
  
 
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Revision as of 22:19, 23 May 2020


Description

The Nakajima Ki-43 officially designated Army Type 1 Fighter was a single-seat fighter used by the Imperial Japanese Army in World War II.

Nicknames being:

  • ▅ - Hayabusa (隼, Peregrine Falcon)
  • ▃ - Oscar

Vehicles

Rank II

Rank III


Nakajima Aircraft Company (中島飛行機株式会社 )
Fighters  Ki-27 otsu · Ki-27 otsu Tachiarai
  Ki-43-I · Ki-43-II · Ki-43-III otsu
  Ki-44-I · Ki-44-I 34 · Ki-44-II otsu · Ki-44-II hei
  Ki-84 ko · Ki-84 otsu · Ki-84 hei
  Ki-87
Hydroplanes  A6M2-N*
Interceptors  J1N1 · J5N1
Bombers  B5N2
  B6N1 Model 11 · B6N2 Model 12 · B6N2a Model 12Ko
  G5N1 · G8N1
  Ki-49-I · Ki-49-IIa · Ki-49-IIb · Ki-49-IIb/L
Jet Fighters  Kikka
Captured  ␗Ki-27 otsu · ▃Ki-43-II · ␗Ki-43-III ko · ␗Ki-44-II hei · ␗Ki-84 ko
  *Refit of the Mitsubishi A6M2 mod. 11
See also  Fuji Heavy Industries (1957-2017)

Japan fighters
Navy 
Carrier-based fighter 
A5M  A5M4 · Hagiri's A5M4
A6M  A6M2 mod. 11 · A6M2 · A6M3 · A6M3 mod. 22 · A6M3 mod. 22Ko · A6M5 · A6M5 Ko · A6M5 otsu
A7He  A7He1*
A7M  A7M1 (NK9H) · A7M2
Land-based Fighter 
J2M  J2M2 · J2M3 · J2M4 Kai · J2M5 · J2M5 (30 mm)
J6K  J6K1
J7W  J7W1
N1K-J  N1K1-Ja · N1K2-J · N1K2-Ja
Fighter seaplane 
N1K  N1K1
A6M-N  A6M2-N
Army 
Ki-10  Ki-10-I · Ki-10-I C · Ki-10-II · Ki-10-II C
Ki-27  Ki-27 otsu · Ki-27 otsu Tachiarai
Ki-43  Ki-43-I · Ki-43-II · Ki-43-III otsu
Ki-44  Ki-44-I · Ki-44-I 34 · Ki-44-II otsu · Ki-44-II hei
Ki-61  Ki-61-I ko · Ki-61-I otsu · Ki-61-I hei · Ki-61-I hei Tada's · Ki-61-I tei · Ki-61-II
Ki-84  Ki-84 ko · Ki-84 otsu · Ki-84 hei
Ki-87  Ki-87
Ki-94  Ki-94-II
Ki-100  Ki-100 · Ki-100-II
Other countries  ▅F4U-1A · ▅Bf 109 E-7 · ▅Fw 190 A-5
  *Imported designation of the He 112 (A6M was in development - A7M wasn't heard of yet)