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Zero takes first flight over Japan since WWII

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A historic flight took place this week at the naval base in Kanoya in the Kagoshima Perfecture, Japan, where the legendary Mitsubishi A6M Zero took flight over Japanese land for the first time since World War II, according to The Japan Times. Retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Skip Holm, who accumulated 1,072 hours of combat time and continued on as a highly successful air race pilot, test pilot and airshow pilot, was at the controls of the warbird as it took off and flew under grey skies over the lush coastal landscape. more

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