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neural_dream
12-21-2005, 09:25 PM
just a copy-paste from the net really

ABDUL
Nakajima Ki-27
Army single-seat fighter serving in CBI theatre. Duplicate of NATE in Southwest Pacific. After 1943, code name NATE was used exclusively.
ADAM
"Nakajima STK-97"
Nonexistent fighter seaplane
ALF
Kawanishi E7K
Navy single-engined reconnaissance biplane seaplane.
ANN
Mitsubishi Ki-30
Army single-engined light bomber.
BABS
Mitsubishi Ki-15/C5M
Army/Navy single-engined reconnaissance aircraft.
BAKA
Yokosuka MXY7 Ohka
Navy rocket-powered suicide Ohka (Cherry Blossom) attacker.
BELLE
Kawanishi H3K1
Navy biplane flying boat
BEN
"Nagoya-Sento KI-001"
Did not exist.
BEN
Mitsubishi A6M Reisen
Name briefly assigned to Zero in CBI theatre.
BESS
Heinkel He 111
Erroneously believed to being built under license in Japan.
BETTY
Mitsubishi G4M
Navy twin-engined land-based attack bomber.
BOB
Aichi Type 97
Navy recon seaplane - did not exist.
BOB
Kawasaki Ki-28
Erroneously believed to be in production as fighter.
BUZZARD
Kokusai Ku-7 Manazuru (Crane)
Army transport glider.
CEDAR
Tachikawa Ki-17
Army single-engined two-seat biplane primary trainer.
CHERRY
Yokosuka H5Y
Navy flying boat.
CLARA
Tachikawa Ki-70
Army command reconnaissance aircraft.
CLAUDE
Mitsubishi A5M
Navy carrier-based single-seat fighter.
CYPRESS
Kyushu K9W
Navy primary trainer.
DAVE
Nakajima E8N
Navy two-seat reconnaissance seaplane biplane.
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Seversky A8V1
Seversky 2PA-B3 purchased from USA and operated as two-seat Navy land-based fighters.
DINAH
Mitsubishi Ki-46
Army twin-engined reconnaissance and interceptor aircraft.
DOC
Messerschmitt Bf 110
German twin-engined fighter erroneously believed to be in service in Japan.
DORIS
Mitsubishi B-97
Medium bomber --- did not exist.
DOT
Yokosuka D4Y
Carrier-based dive bomber --- duplicate of JUDY.
EDNA
Mansyu Ki-71
Army experimental single-engined two-seat tactical reconnaissance aircraft. Development of Mitsubishi Ki-51.
EMILY
Kawanishi H8K
Navy four-engined long-range reconnaissance flying boat
EVA (EVE)
Mitsubishi Ohtori
Erroneously believed to be a bomber.
FRANCES
Yokosuka P1Y Ginga (Milky Way)
Navy land-based twin-engined light bomber / night fighter.
FRANK
"Mitsubishi TK-4"
Fictional twin-engined fighter. Name later applied to Nakajima Ki-84.
FRANK
Nakajima Ki-84 Hayate (Gale)
Single-seat Army fighter.
FRED
Focke-Wulf FW 190A-5
Erroneously believed to be in service in Japan.
GANDER
Kokusai Ku-8
Army transport glider. Formerly named GOOSE.
GEORGE
Kawanishi N1K Shiden (Violet Lightning)
Navy single-seat land-based interceptor-fighter.
GLEN
Yokosuka E14Y
Navy single-engined reconnaissance seaplane
GOOSE
Kokusai Ku-8
Army transport glider. Named changed to GANDER.
GRACE
Aichi B7A Ryusei (Shooting Star)
Navy single-engined carrier-based attack bomber.
GUS
"Nakajima AT-27"
Fictional twin-engined fighter.
GWEN
Mitsubishi Ki-21-IIb
Army heavy bomber - name later changed to SALLY III.
HAMP
Mitsubishi A6M3
Navy carrier-based fighter. First named HAP, then HAMP, then finally ZERO 32.
HANK
Aichi E10A
Navy reconnaissance seaplane.
HELEN
Nakajima Ki-49 Donryu (Storm Dragon)
Army twin-engined heavy bomber.
HICKORY
Tachikawa Ki-54
Army twin-engined advanced crew trainer and light transport.
IDA
Tachikawa Ki-55 and Ki-36
Army single engined two-seat monoplane trainer and army cooperation aircraft.
IONE
"Aichi AI-104"
Nonexistent reconnaissance seaplane.
IRENE
Junkers Ju 87A
German single-engine dive bomber erroneously believed to be in service with Japanese army.
IRVING
Nakajima J1N Gekko (Moonlight)
Navy twin-engined land-based night fighter and reconnaissance aircraft.

JACK
Mitsubishi J2M Raiden (Thunderbolt)
Navy single-seat land-based interceptor.
JAKE
Aichi E13A
Navy single-engined reconnaissance seaplane.
JANE
Mitsubishi Ki-21
Army heavy bomber - Name later changed to SALLY.
JANICE
Junkers Ju 88A-5
German light bomber erroneously believed to be in service in Japan.
JEAN
Yokosuka B4Y Navy carrier-based single-engined attack bomber biplane.
JERRY
Heinkel A7He1
Heinkel He 112B-0 in service in Japan as Navy land-based fighter.
JILL
Nakajima B6N Tenzan (Heavenly Mountain)
Navy single-engined carrier-based attack bomber.
JIM
Nakajima Ki-43 Hayabusa
Army single-seat fighter - name later changed to OSCAR.
JOE
"TK-19"
Fictional single-seat fighter.
JOYCE
Misidentified HICKORY. Believed to be a light bomber version of Tachikawa Ki-54.
JUDY
Yokosuka D4Y Suisei (Comet)
Navy carrier-based single-engined dive bomber.
JULIA
Misidentified LILY. Believed to be a heavy bomber.
JUNE
Misidentified JAKE. Believed to be a floatplane version of VAL.
KATE
Nakajima B5N
Navy single-engined carrier-based attack bomber
LAURA
Aichi E11A
Navy reconnaissance seaplane.
LILY
Kawasaki Ki-48
Army twin-engined light bomber.
LIZ
Nakajima G5N Shinzan (Mountain Recess)
Navy four-engined attack bomber operated as freight transport.
LORNA
Kyushu Q1W Tokai (Eastern Sea)
Navy twin-engined land-based patrol aircraft.
LOUISE
Mitsubishi Ki-2
Army twin-engined light bomber.
LUKE
Mitsubishi J4M Senden
Navy interceptor.
MABEL
Mitsubishi B5M
Carrier-based attack bomber. Name later changed to KATE 61.
MARY
Kawasaki Ki-32
Army single-engined, two-seat light bomber.
MAVIS
Kawanishi H6K
Navy four-engined maritime reconnaissance flying boat.
MIKE
Messerschmitt Bf 109E
German fighter erroneously believed to be in service in Japan.
MILLIE
Vultee V-11GB
Erroneously believed to be in production by Showa in Japan.
MYRT
Nakajima C6N Saiun (Painted Cloud)
Navy single-engined carrier-based reconnaissance aircraft.
NATE
Nakajima Ki-27
Army single-seat fighter. Name initially used only in Southwest Pacific theatre, whereas the same plane was called ABDUL in CBI theatre. From 1943 onward used name NATE exclusively.
NELL
Mitsubishi G3M
Navy land-based twin-engined attack bomber.
NICK
Kawasaki Ki-45 Toryu (Dragon Killer)
Army two-seat, twin-engined fighter.
NORM
Kawanishi E15K Shiun (Violet Cloud)
Navy single-engined high-speed reconnaissance seaplane.
NORMA
Misidentified BABS. Believed to be a light bomber.
OAK
Kyushu K10W
Navy intermediate trainer. License-built North American NA-16.
OMAR
"Suzukaze 20". Fictional twin-engined fighter.
OSCAR
Nakajima Ki-43 Hayabusa (Peregrine Falcon)
Army single-seat fighter - known for a time in CBI theatre as JIM.
PAT
Tachikawa Ki-74
Erroneously believed to be a long-range fighter. Name changed to PATSY when true role of bomber became known.
PATSY
Tachikawa Ki-74
Army experimental long-range, high-altitude reconnaissance bomber.
PAUL
Aichi E16A Zuiun (Auspicious Cloud)
Navy single-engined reconnaissance seaplane.
PEGGY
Mitsubishi Ki-67 Hiryu (Flying Dragon)
Army twin-engined heavy bomber
PERRY
Kawasaki Ki-10
Army single-seat biplane fighter. Relegated to training roles by beginning of Pacific War.
PETE
Mitsubishi F1M
Navy single-engined observation biplane seaplane.
PINE
Mitsubishi K3M
Navy single-engined crew trainer.
RANDY
Kawasaki Ki-102b
Army twin-engined assault plane.
RAY
Mitsubishi A6M Reisen (Zero Fighter)
Name briefly assigned to Zero in CBI theatre.
REX
Kawanishi N1K Kyofu (Mighty Wind)
Navy single-engined seaplane fighter.
RITA
Nakajima G8N Renzan (Mountain Range)
Navy land-based four-engined attack bomber.
ROB
Kawasaki Ki-64
Experimental Army single-seat fighter.
RUFE
Nakajima A6M2-N
Seaplane fighter version of Mitsubishi A6M2 Reisen.
RUTH
Fiat BR-20
Italian-built heavy bomber in Japanese service.
SALLY
Mitsubishi Ki-21
Army twin-engined heavy bomber. Formerly named JANE.
SAM
Mitsubishi A7M Reppu (Hurricane)
Navy single-seat carrier-based fighter.
SANDY
Mitsubishi A5M
Navy carrier-based fighter. Name given to a non-existent inverted-gull wing version of CLAUDE.
SLIM
Watanabe E9W
Navy Reconnaissance Seaplane.
SONIA
Mitsubishi Ki-51
Army two-seat, single-engined assault aircraft.
SPRUCE
Tachikawa Ki-9
Army medium-grade two-seat single-engined biplane trainer.
STELLA
Kokusai Ki-76
Army single-engined command liaison aircraft. Generally similar to Fieseler Fi 156 Storch but not a copy.
STEVE
Mitsubishi Ki-72
Army experimental twin-engined fighter.
SUSIE
Aichi D1A
Navy single-engined carrier-based biplane dive bomber.
TABBY
Showa/Nakajima L2D
Navy land-based twin-engined transport. License-built version of Douglas DC-3.

TESS
Douglas DC-2
License-built DC-2s, erroneously believed to be in widespread use by Japanese Navy.
THALIA
Kawasaki Ki-56
Army twin-engined transport. Japanese-built adaptation of Lockheed Model 14-WG3.
THELMA
Tachikawa/Kawasaki Type LO
Twin-engined Army transport. License built version of Lockheed Model 14.
THERESA
Kokusai Ki-59
Army twin-engined light personnel transport.
THORA
Nakajima Ki-34/L1N
Army/Navy twin-engined transport.
TINA
Mitsubishi Ki-33
Army transport - misidentified Yokosuka L3Y transport version of G3M attack bomber.
TILLIE
Yokosuka H7Y
Navy experimental flying boat.
TOBY
Lockheed 14
Commercial Lockheed 14s used by Japan during Pacific War.
TOJO
Nakajima Ki-44 Shoki (Devil-Queller)
Army single-seat fighter.
TONY
Kawasaki Ki-61 Hien (Swallow)
Army single-seat fighter.
TOPSY
Mitsubishi Ki-57/L4M
Army/Navy twin-engine transport.
TRIXIE
Junkers Ju 52/3m
German trimotor transport, erroneously believed to be in service in Japan.
TRUDY
Focke-Wulf Fw 200
German four-engined maritime reconnaissance aircraft, erroneously believed to be in service in Japan.
VAL
Aichi D3A
Navy single-engined two-seat carrier-based dive bomber.
WILLOW
Yokosuka K5Y
Navy intermediate trainer biplane.
ZEKE
Mitsubishi A6M Reisen (Zero Fighter)
Navy single-engined carrier-based fighter.

Siwarrior
12-21-2005, 10:40 PM
ty nice find nural_dream,

bump

HotelBushranger
12-21-2005, 11:18 PM
Nice http://forums.ubi.com/images/smilies/25.gif Quite a lot there http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif

neural_dream
12-21-2005, 11:25 PM
So, next time someone comes to the forum and says "Oleg we need Rita" or Peggy or Liz or Laura or Julia or Mary or Susie or Stella or Tina, we won't suspect Oleg kidnapped a cheerleader.

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Siwarrior
12-21-2005, 11:34 PM
http://forums.ubi.com/images/smilies/88.gif

mmm cheerleaders.......................

luftluuver
12-22-2005, 12:10 AM
The Japanese designation system

http://rwebs.net/avhistory/acdesig/japanese.htm

"Japanese aircraft code-names in perspective"

http://www.warbirdforum.com/codename.htm