Modelling the Mitsubishi A6M Zero

Modelling the Mitsubishi A6M Zero

Osprey Modelling 25
  • Author: Brian Criner
  • Short code: MOD 25
  • Publication Date: 5 Jul 2006
  • Number of Pages: 80
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The A6M Rei Shiki Sento Ki (meaning Type Zero fighter) was the result of an order by the Imperial Japanese Navy for a low-wing monoplane with superior speed, range, climbing powers, and manoeuvrability. It famously served as a fighter escort during the attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941, and ended the war as the kamikaze plane of choice. This book provides a detailed guide to modelling this popular aircraft across a variety of scales, and features an A6M2-N Rufe, a kamikaze A6M5c, an A6M2 model 21, and a captured A6M5b of TAIC #7, as well as a gallery and walkaround section.

Biographical Note

Brian Criner became interested in modelling at the age of nine when his grandfather bought him a model of a P-51 and told him he would receive a silver dollar if he built it for him. His interest has remained strong ever since. Brian currently works a biology teacher in a small high school in southern California. He has three children (Andrew, Lauren, and Daniel), and when not modelling enjoys biking and reading. This is his first book for Osprey Publishing.

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