Zero Flies Above Japan

A World War II-era Zero fighter plane flew above Japan last week, offering a sight seldom seen since the end of World War II. Flown by retired U.S. Air Force pilot Skip Holm, the restored airplane took off from a naval base in Kanoya, near the southernmost tip of the country. “I wanted for the people of Japan and especially young people to know about this Zero airplane, as well as those who are old who remember the past,” said Masahiro Ishizuka, who bought the airplane in the U.S. and brought it to Japan last year.
Source: avwebZero Flies Above Japan

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