The Aichi D3A was a World War II carrier-borne dive bomber of the Imperial Japanese Navy. It was the primary dive bomber in the Japanese Navy, and participated in almost all the WWII battles. The Aichi D3A was the first Japanese aircraft to bomb American targets in World War II, commencing with Pearl Harbor and U.S. bases in the Philippines, such as Clark Air Force Base. During the course of the Second World War, this Japanese dive bomber sank more Allied warships than any other Axis aircraft. In WWII, Japan produced 1,486 D3A diver bombers.
- Handcrafted, hand painted mahogany model
- From nose to tail: 13.5 inches
- From wing tip to wing tip: 20.5 inches
- Includes black wood stand