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    Lightbulb [Accident Report] JASDF aircraft accidents in 1965 to 2005 in Japan

    A personal site in Japanese at
    http://homepage1.nifty.com/yoshi-yan/jasdf.html
    has long lists of apparently all JASDF aircraft serial numbers and many photos, divided by aircraft type. Also some USA, USAF, USMC, and USN aircraft serial numbers and photos. In the Remark columns are many accident dates, scrapping dates, or where many retired aircraft are, such as air bases or museums.

    The accident dates do not clarify if the aircraft were damaged or destroyed:

    14 April 2005:
    MU-2S. 73-3229.
    JASDF.

    4 July 2000:
    T-4. 46-5720.
    T-4. 46-5727.
    JASDF.

    28 June 2000:
    C-1. 88-1027.
    JASDF.

    22 March 2000:
    T-2B. 49-5189.
    JASDF.

    2 September 1999:
    T-4. 46-5715.
    JASDF.

    15 August 1999:
    F-4EJ Kai. 47-8337.
    JASDF.
    Crashed during scramble.

    9 October 1998:
    F-4EJ Kai. 67-8379.
    JASDF.
    Crashed in sea near Misawa, Aomori Prefecture.

    25 August 1998:
    F-1. 10-8253.
    F-1. 90-8230.
    JASDF.

    11 May 1998:
    F-4EJ Kai. 47-8346.
    JASDF.
    Crashed in East China Sea.

    10 November 1997:
    F-4EJ Kai. 47-8339.
    JASDF.
    Destroyed after tire burst.

    4 July 1997:
    F-4EJ Kai. 87-8410.
    JASDF.
    Crashed in Hyuuganada Sea, Miyazaki Prefecture.

    22 November 1995:
    F-15J. 52-8846.
    JASDF.

    6 October 1995:
    F-15J. 72-8891.
    JASDF.

    2 December 1994:
    UH-60J. 28-4554.
    JASDF.

    5 November 1994:
    RF-4E Kai. 57-6910.
    JASDF.

    6 October 1993:
    F-15DJ. 82-8064.
    JASDF.

    27 October 1992:
    F-15J. 72-8884.
    JASDF.

    2 March 1992:
    RF-4E Kai. 57-6911.
    JASDF.

    13 December 1991:
    F-15DJ. 12-8079.
    JASDF.

    4 July 1991:
    T-2A. 59-5112.
    T-2B. 19-5172.
    JASDF.

    1 July 1991:
    T-4. 06-5653.
    JASDF.

    12 March 1991:
    T-4. 16-5654.
    JASDF.

    2 July 1990:
    F-15J. 52-8857.
    JASDF.

    22 March 1989:
    T-2B. 69-5135.
    JASDF.

    29 June 1988:
    F-15J. 22-8804.
    F-15J. 22-8808.
    JASDF.

    17 November 1987:
    F-1. 00-8243.
    JASDF.

    8 May 1987:
    T-2B. 19-5167.
    JASDF.

    10 April 1987:
    F-1. 80-8218.
    JASDF.

    13 March 1987:
    F-15J. 42-8840.
    JASDF.

    10 November 1986:
    F-4EJ. 57-8358.
    F-4EJ. 67-8382.
    JASDF.
    Rear-end collision and caught fire on runway.

    2 September 1986:
    T-2B. 19-5171.
    JASDF.

    16 June 1986:
    F-4EJ. 37-8309.
    F-4EJ. 57-8370.
    JASDF.
    Crashed after ran out of fuel.

    18 February 1986:
    C-1. 58-1010.
    JASDF.

    29 October 1984:
    F-4EJ. 07-8432.
    JASDF.
    Crashed during training sortie.

    20 October 1983:
    F-15DJ. 12-8053.
    JASDF.

    19 April 1983:
    C-1. 58-1009.
    C-1. 68-1015.
    JASDF.

    14 November 1982:
    T-2B. 19-5174.
    JASDF.

    28 October 1982:
    F-4EJ. 07-8430.
    JASDF.
    Crashed in Kashimanada Sea.

    13 October 1982:
    F-4EJ. 47-8343.
    JASDF.
    Crashed in sea near Komatsu, Ishikawa Prefecture.

    17 June 1981:
    T-2A. 69-5122.
    JASDF.

    20 August 1980:
    F-1. 00-8237.
    JASDF.

    7 December 1979:
    T-2A. 89-5147.
    JASDF.

    6 July 1979:
    F-4EJ. 37-8307.
    JASDF.
    Crashed in sea near Nakaminato, Ibaraki Prefecture.

    25 June 1979:
    F-4EJ. 77-8396.
    JASDF.
    Crashed in sea near Erimomisaki Cape, Hokkaidou.

    7 December 1978:
    F-4EJ. 37-8310.
    JASDF.
    Crashed after caught fire in mid-air.

    29 November 1978:
    F-4EJ. 47-8325.
    JASDF.
    Destroyed after overrun.

    17 November 1978:
    F-4EJ. 57-8364.
    JASDF.
    Crashed in Shimamatsu Exercise Range, Hokkaidou.

    24 August 1978:
    F-4EJ. 87-8405.
    JASDF.
    Crashed in sea near Wakkanai, Hokkaidou.

    17 November 1976:
    F-4EJ. 57-8363.
    JASDF.
    Crashed in sea near Erimomisaki Cape, Hokkaidou.

    1 May 1973:
    F-4EJ. 27-8304.
    JASDF.
    Exploded in mid-air.

    18 August 1966:
    T-1B Hatsutaka. 25-5859.
    JASDF.

    28 September 1965:
    T-1B Hatsutaka. 35-5861.
    JASDF.

    The House of Councillors - National Diet of Japan official site, in Japanese, at
    http://www.sangiin.go.jp/japanese/jo...uh/s107013.htm
    mentioned:

    4 September 1986 (Shouwa 61):
    A Sidewinder missile exploded at Hyakuri AB, Ibaraki Prefecture.

    25 January 1980 (Shouwa 55):
    A Sidewinder missile exploded at Naha AB, Okinawa Prefecture.
    One killed. Three wounded.

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    Lightbulb [Accident Report] JASDF aircraft accidents in 1954 to 2000 in Japan

    A personal site in Japanese at
    http://www007.upp.so-net.ne.jp/togo/time/1950.html
    http://www007.upp.so-net.ne.jp/togo/time/1960.html
    http://www007.upp.so-net.ne.jp/togo/time/1970.html
    http://www007.upp.so-net.ne.jp/togo/time/1980.html
    http://www007.upp.so-net.ne.jp/togo/time/1990.html
    http://www007.upp.so-net.ne.jp/togo/time/2000.html
    have long lists of military aircraft accidents in 1946 to 2000, inside and outside Japan:

    4 August 2000:
    KC-130.
    USMC.
    Emergency landing at Futenma AB, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.

    4 July 2000:
    T-4.
    Blue Impulse, JASDF.
    Crashed.

    28 June 2000:
    C-1.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    18 April 2000:
    AH-1.
    USMC.
    Emergency landing at Misaki Town, Ehime Prefecture, Japan.

    10 April 2000:
    Helicopters.
    USMC.
    Emergency landing at Futaoi Island, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan.

    22 March 2000:
    T-2.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    22 November 1999:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    15 August 1999:
    F-4EJ Kai.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    11 August 1999:
    UH-1N.
    USMC.
    Emergency landing at Higashimura Village, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.

    9 October 1998:
    F-4EJ Kai.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    25 August 1998:
    F-1.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    11 May 1998:
    F-4EJ Kai.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    10 November 1997:
    F-4EJ Kai.
    JASDF.
    Landing accident.

    4 July 1997:
    F-4EJ Kai.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    14 May 1997:
    CH-53E.
    USMC.
    Dropped an item in Okinawa Prefecture.

    15 October 1996:
    KC-130.
    USMC.
    Fuel leak accident in Ginowan City, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.

    2 October 1996:
    CH-46.
    USMC.
    Emergency landing in Nago City, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.

    22 November 1995:
    F-15J.
    JASDF.
    Hit by friendly fire and crashed.

    4 November 1995:
    CH-46.
    USMC.
    Emergency landing at Miwa Town, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan.

    6 October 1995:
    F-15J.
    JASDF.
    Overrun accident.

    27 July 1995:
    CH-46.
    USMC.
    Emergency landing at Chinenmura Village, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.

    19 May 1995:
    UH-1N.
    USMC.
    Emergency landing at Kudakajima Island, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.

    2 December 1994:
    UH-60J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    19 October 1994:
    MU-2S.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    5 October 1994:
    RF-4E.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    4 April 1994:
    CH-47.
    JASDF.
    Emergency landing.

    6 October 1993:
    F-15DJ.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    27 October 1992:
    F-15J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    2 March 1992:
    RF-4E.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    13 December 1991:
    F-15DJ.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    1 July 1991:
    T-4.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    12 March 1991:
    T-4.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    2 July 1990:
    F-15J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    17 April 1990:
    T-1A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    22 March 1989:
    T-2.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    9 September 1988:
    T-1A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    29 June 1988:
    F-15J.
    JASDF.
    Collision and crashed.

    17 November 1987:
    F-1.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    8 May 1987:
    T-2.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    10 April 1987:
    F-1.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    13 March 1987:
    F-15J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    10 November 1986:
    F-4EJ.
    JASDF.
    Collision and fire accident.

    4 September 1986:
    AIM-9.
    JASDF.
    Sidewinder missile exploded at Hyakuri AB, Ibaraki Prefecture.

    2 September 1986:
    T-2.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    16 June 1986:
    F-4EJ.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    19 February 1986:
    C-1.
    JASDF.
    Accident.

    28 May 1985:
    MU-2S.
    JASDF.
    Collision accident.

    29 October 1984:
    F-4EJ.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    7 August 1984:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    21 June 1984:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Overrun accident.

    20 October 1983:
    F-15DJ.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    19 April 1983:
    C-1.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    14 November 1982:
    T-2.
    Blue Impulse, JASDF.
    Crashed.

    28 October 1982:
    F-4EJ.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    13 October 1982:
    F-4EJ.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    8 February 1982:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Landing accident.

    17 September 1981:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    11 August 1981:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    17 June 1981:
    T-2.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    30 April 1981:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    24 March 1981:
    T-34A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    August 1980:
    F-15.
    USAF.
    Overrun accident at Naha AB, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.

    20 August 1980:
    F-1.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    10 June 1980:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Landing accident.

    25 January 1980:
    AIM-9.
    JASDF.
    Sidewinder missile exploded at Naha AB, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.

    7 December 1979:
    T-2.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    25 June 1979:
    F-4EJ.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    22 June 1979:
    CH-46.
    USMC.
    Emergency landing at Nago City, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.

    4 April 1979:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    7 December 1978:
    F-4EJ.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    17 November 1978:
    F-4EJ.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    9 November 1978:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    8 September 1978:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    24 August 1978:
    F-4EJ.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    11 May 1978:
    KV-107II.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    6 May 1978:
    T-34A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    10 April 1978:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    16 February 1978:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Caught fire accident.

    20 December 1977:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    8 October 1977:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    31 August 1977:
    T-2.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    20 July 1977:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    29 June 1977:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Collision and crashed.

    31 May 1977:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    11 April 1977:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    27 September 1975:
    F-104J.
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Collision and crashed.

    25 March 1975:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Caught fire and crashed.

    17 March 1975:
    T-34A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    13 March 1975:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    25 October 1974:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Collision and crashed.

    10 September 1974:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    27 August 1974:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    8 July 1974:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    9 July 1973:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    6 June 1973:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    1 May 1973:
    F-4EJ.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    11 April 1973:
    MU-2S.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    9 April 1973:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    24 February 1973:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crash landing accident.

    4 November 1972:
    F-86F.
    Blue Impulse, JASDF.
    Crashed.

    5 October 1972:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    8 August 1972:
    KV-107II.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    24 July 1972:
    T-1A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    19 July 1972:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    16 February 1972:
    F-86F.
    RF-86F.
    JASDF.
    Collision and crashed.

    9 February 1972:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    26 July 1971:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    25 June 1971:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    24 May 1971:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    5 April 1971:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    21 October 1970:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    14 October 1970:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    2 September 1970:
    MU-2S.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    27 May 1970:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    12 May 1970:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    27 August 1969:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    6 August 1969:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    1 July 1969:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    11 May 1969:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    14 February 1969:
    C-46D.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    6 January 1969:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    3 October 1968:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    25 August 1968:
    T-34A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    1 August 1968:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    25 April 1968:
    S-62J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    7 February 1968:
    T-34A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    17 January 1968:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    13 December 1967:
    S-55.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    12 December 1967:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    29 October 1967:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    22 September 1967:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    5 July 1967:
    C-46D.
    JASDF.
    Emergency landing on water.

    17 May 1967:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    1 May 1967:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Take off accident.

    26 April 1967:
    F-104J.
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Collision and crashed.

    1 February 1967:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    13 December 1966:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    28 November 1966:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    18 August 1966:
    T-1B.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    19 May 1966:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Accident.

    17 May 1966:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    6 May 1966:
    F-86D.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    8 April 1966:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    10 March 1966:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    18 January 1966:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    24 November 1965:
    F-86F.
    Blue Impulse, JASDF.
    Crashed.

    19 October 1965:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Collision and crashed.

    12 October 1965:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    28 September 1965:
    T-1B.
    JASDF.
    Collision and crashed.

    22 September 1965:
    T-6G.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    27 May 1965:
    F-86D.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    15 April 1965:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    29 March 1965:
    F-86D.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    25 March 1965:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    10 February 1965:
    T-1A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    30 November 1964:
    C-46D.
    JASDF.
    Landing accident.

    29 October 1964:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Collision and crashed.

    9 October 1964:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    5 October 1964:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    15 September 1964:
    H-19C.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    10 September 1964:
    H-21B.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    10 September 1964:
    F-86D.
    JASDF.
    Collision and crashed.

    21 August 1964:
    C-46D.
    JASDF.
    Crash landing and caught fire accident.

    23 July 1964:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    19 May 1964:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    29 March 1964:
    H-13.
    JSDF.
    Crashed.

    28 March 1964:
    L-19.
    JSDF.
    Crashed.

    3 March 1964:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    17 December 1963:
    T-1A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    5 December 1963:
    F-86D.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    26 August 1963:
    F-86D.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    5 July 1963:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Collision and crashed.

    28 May 1963:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    10 April 1963:
    F-104J.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    3 April 1963:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    27 March 1963:
    F-86D.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    16 March 1963:
    H-21B.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    2 March 1963:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    14 January 1963:
    F-86D.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    14 November 1962:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    20 September 1962:
    T-6G.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    16 July 1962:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Collision and crashed.

    16 June 1962:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    12 June 1962:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    2 June 1962:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    11 April 1962:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    4 April 1962:
    F-86D.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    17 March 1962:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    12 March 1962:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    26 Feburary 1962:
    T-34A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    20 Feburary 1962:
    F-86D.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.


    18 Feburary 1962:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    7 September 1961:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    21 July 1961:
    F-86F.
    Blue Impulse, JASDF.
    Crashed.

    5 July 1961:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    4 July 1961:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    22 June 1961:
    F-86D.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    6 April 1961:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    9 March 1961:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    13 December 1960:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    11 November 1960:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    27 October 1960:
    F-86D.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    4 October 1960:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Collision and crashed.

    24 September 1960:
    F-86D.
    JASDF.
    Collision and crashed.

    16 August 1960:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Collision and crashed.

    4 August 1960:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    29 June 1960:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    17 June 1960:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    10 June 1960:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    24 May 1960:
    T-6G.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    16 April 1960:
    Blue Impulse, JASDF, established.

    16 March 1960:
    F-86D.
    JASDF.
    Collision.

    4 March 1960:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    24 December 1959:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    23 December 1959:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    5 October 1959:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Collision and crashed.

    24 September 1959:
    U-2.
    (Unknown.)
    Emergency landing at Fujisawa AB, Japan.

    31 July 1959:
    SNJ.
    JASDF.
    Emergency landing on water.

    22 July 1959:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    5 June 1959:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    20 May 1959:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    20 May 1959:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    (Two accidents on same day.)

    19 May 1959:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    11 May 1959:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    22 April 1959:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    20 January 1959:
    F-86D.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    10 December 1958:
    T-6G.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    23 October 1958:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    1 August 1958:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    21 May 1958:
    T-6G.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    21 May 1958:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Collision and crashed.

    (Two accidents on same day.)

    13 March 1958:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    26 December 1957:
    T-6.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    17 December 1957:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    21 November 1957:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    16 November 1957:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    30 September 1957:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    19 September 1957:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    22 August 1957:
    T-34A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    19 June 1957:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    13 June 1957:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    10 June 1957:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Overrun accident.

    4 June 1957:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    23 May 1957:
    T-6G.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    20 May 1957:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    15 April 1957:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    12 March 1957:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Emergency landing.

    4 March 1957:
    C-46D.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    9 January 1957:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Collision in mid-air.

    29 September 1956:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    16 August 1956:
    T-33A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    14 March 1956:
    F-86F.
    JASDF.
    Overrun accident.

    8 August 1955:
    T-34A.
    JASDF.
    Crashed.

    1 June 1954:
    T-34.
    Japanese.
    Crashed.

    (The JDA, JASDF, JGSDF, and JMSDF were established on 1 July 1954.)

    3 May 1947:
    Japanese Constitution effected.

    3 November 1946:
    Japanese Constitution announced.

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    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...000002-ryu-oki
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    http://www.okinawatimes.co.jp/day/200509161700_01.html
    reported:

    16 September 2005:
    At 13:06, a JASDF F-4 landing at Naha AP, Okinawa Prefecture, blew out its left landing gear tire, and stopped on the middle of the runway.

    It belonged to Nyuutabaru AB, Miyazaki Prefecture.
    Its two crew not wounded.
    After about 30 minutes, it was towed off the runway.
    It took off at 12:29. It was one of four F-4s returning to Naha AP, after their training mission.
    The other three F-4s diverted and landed at Kadena AB, Okinawa Prefecture. Returned to Naha AP after runway re-opened.

    Runway closed until 13:58, after runway checked for debris and cleaned. 21 civilian arrival/departure flights delayed by 30 minutes to one hour 10 minutes. One arrival flight diverted and landed at Miyakojima Island, then returned to Naha AP. About 6,000 passengers affected.

    JASDF F-4 training sorties from 16 September were cancelled. Intended to resume after 20 September.

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    A Japanese (Japan) personal site, at
    http://mirabeau.cool.ne.jp/air/2000.html
    http://mirabeau.cool.ne.jp/air/1990.html
    http://mirabeau.cool.ne.jp/air/1980.html
    http://mirabeau.cool.ne.jp/air/1970.html
    http://mirabeau.cool.ne.jp/air/1960.html
    http://mirabeau.cool.ne.jp/air/1950.html
    has lists of civilian and military aircraft accidents from 1950s to 2000s in Japan. With dates (Western and Oriental), time, moon phase, tide, unit, aircraft type, location, and casualty.

    10 December 1959:
    A JASDF T-6 crashed into mountains in Fukushima Prefecture.
    It belonged to the 2nd Soujuu Gakkou (2nd Pilot School).
    Two crew killed.

    30 June 1959:
    An US military F-100 crashed into a primary school in Okinawa Prefecture.
    21 killed.

    5 June 1959:
    A JASDF F-86F crashed.
    It belonged to Matsushima AB, Miyagi Prefecture.

    20 May 1959:
    17:30.
    While flying, a JASDF F-86F crashed into Urausuyama Mountain, Hokkaidou.
    It belonged to Chitose AB, Hokkaidou.
    No killed.

    20 May 1959:
    17:30.
    While landing, a US military C-130A from Iwo Jima crashed and caught fire in Onga Gun, Fukuoka Prefecture.
    Six killed.

    (The date and time of the above accidents maybe mistakes.)

    20 May 1959:
    16:40.
    While flying, a JASDF T-33A crashed in sea near Kunisaki Gun, northeastern Ooita Prefecture.
    Two crew ejected and survived.

    19 May 1959:
    10:50.
    While taking off, a JASDF T-33A crashed southeast of Tsuiki AB, Fukuoka Prefecture.
    It belonged to Tsuiki AB.
    One killed.

    11 May 1959:
    11:45.
    While flying, a JASDF T-33A crashed in or near Touyako Lake, Abuta Gun, western Hokkaidou.
    One killed.

    25 July 1958:
    11:25.
    While flying, an US military B-57 crashed into civilian houses in Iruma, southern Saitama Prefecture.
    Three killed, including civilians.

    21 May 1958:
    11:50.
    While flying, one or more JASDF F-86F collided and crashed in sea near Shima Peninsula, eastern Mie Prefecture.

    21 May 1958:
    About 8:00.
    While flying, a JASDF T-6G crashed in a farm in Toono Gun, Miyagi Prefecture. Solo flight.

    13 March 1958:
    9:25.
    While flying, a JASDF F-86F disintegrated above Enshuunada, 25 km southeast of Tenryuugawa River, Shizuoka Prefecture.
    It belonged to Hamamatsu AB, Shizuoka Prefecture.
    One killed.

    25 January 1958:
    19:10.
    While taking off, one or more of three F-84Gs engine caught fire, and crashed in sea 1,000 feet from runway, at Iwakuni AB, Yamaguchi Prefecture.

    29 December 1957:
    15:05.
    While flying, and returning to base, two US military carrier-based aircraft crashed in sea south of Ashizurimisaki Cape, southwestern Kouchi Prefecture.
    Two killed.

    26 December 1957:
    16:53.
    While landing, a JASDF T-6 crashed in sea near Iwakuni AB, Yamaguchi Prefecture, because of poor weather.
    It belonged to Matsushima AB, Miyagi Prefecture.
    Two killed.

    17 December 1957:
    While flying, a JASDF F-86F crashed near Obihiro City, southern Hokkaidou.
    It belonged to Chitose AB, Hokkaidou.
    Pilot ejected and survived.

    12 December 1957:
    22:45.
    While flying, an US military C-46 crashed into mountains in Hachiouji City, Toukyou.
    Five killed.

    22 June 1957:
    16:35.
    While flying, two US military F-86s collided and crashed above Gomyou City, Kumamoto Prefecture.
    Two crew killed.

    19 June 1957:
    About 20:00.
    While flying, a JASDF F-86F crashed near river mouth of Tenryuugawa River.
    It belonged to Hamamatsu AB, Shizuoka Prefecture.
    One killed.

    13 June 1957:
    11:05.
    While landing, a JASDF F-86F crashed at Tomakomai AB, Hokkaidou.
    It belonged to Chitose AB, Hokkaidou.
    One killed.

    4 June 1957:
    13:00.
    While taking off, a JASDF T-33A crashed at Hamamatsu AB, Shizuoka Prefecture, from altitude 20 m.
    Two killed.

    20 May 1957:
    16:00.
    10 F-86Fs and T-33s flew from Hamamatsu AB, Shizuoka Prefecture, to Chitose AB, Hokkaidou.
    While loitering above Chitose AB, four aircraft out of fuel.
    Two crashed. Two emergency landed.

    8 May 1957:
    8:50.
    While flying, an US military B-50 tanker crashed in sea near Izu.
    One crew missing or killed.

    22 April 1957:
    17:45.
    While flying, and searching for the crashed C-119 (see below), an US military H-19, crashed into Tenguiwa Mountain, near Yawata City, Kyouto Fu, because of heavy fog and rain.

    22 April 1957:
    About 15:00.
    While flying, an US military C-119 crashed into Hobashirayama Mountain, near Yawata City, Kyouto Fu.
    Four killed.

    19 April 1957:
    2:00.
    While landing, a JMSDF PV-2 crashed in sea near Iwakuni AB, Yamaguchi Prefecture.
    It was turning right and had right engine problem.
    Eight killed.

    12 March 1957:
    About 12:00.
    While flying, an US military C-47 crashed into mountains near Hakuba (or Shirouma) Town, Toyama Prefecture.
    Four killed.
    At 9:00, it took off at Haneda AP, Toukyou, and was flying to Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Prefecture.
    At 10:40, it reported its position near Niigata AP, Niigata Prefecture, then lost contact.

    4 March 1957:
    18:30.
    While landing, a JASDF C-46D crashed in sea west of Miho AB, Tottori Prefecture.
    17 killed.

    26 February 1957:
    10:45.
    While flying, US military C-47 and F-100 collided above Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture.
    Two civilian houses destroyed.
    Three crew killed.

    8 February 1957:
    While landing or taking off, an US military aircraft crashed at Atsugi AB, Kanagawa Prefecture.
    Three killed.

    29 January 1957:
    While flying, an US military aircraft crashed in forest in Oono Gun, Gifu Prefecture.
    One killed.

    9 January 1957:
    11:15.
    While flying, two JASDF F-86Fs colldied and crashed above river mouth of Tenryuugawa River.
    One killed.
    First jet aircraft collision accident of the JASDF.

    28 December 1956:
    19:30.
    While flying, an US military WB-50 crashed into civilian houses in Hannou City, Saitama Prefecture.
    Seven killed, including civilians.
    WB-50 was a weather observation aircraft.

    26 June 1956:
    8:30.
    While flying, two JASDF T-6s collided near Izunuma, Miyagi Prefecture.
    They belonged to the 2nd Soujuu Gakkou.
    Two crew killed.

    23 April 1956:
    While flying, a JGSDF L-19 crashed in Matsuida Machi, Gunma Prefecture.
    Two killed.
    L-19 is an one propellor engine aircraft.
    http://harby.web.infoseek.co.jp/jgl19.htm

    8 July 1955:
    While flying, a JMSDF PV-5 crashed.
    It belonged to the Kanoya Koukuutai.
    Five killed.

    23 June 1955:
    8:20.
    While flying, two US military F-100s collided above Kouhoku Ku, Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture.
    One crashed.
    No killed.

    17 June 1955:
    9:10.
    While landing, an US military F-86 hit power cables and crashed into civilian houses near Komaki AB, Aichi Prefecture.
    Two killed.

    25 May 1955:
    16:30.
    While flying, an US military (Sikorsky) H-19 crashed in sea near Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture.
    Six killed.

    6 January 1955:
    23:05.
    While flying, two US military jet fighters collided above Haneda AP, Toukyou.
    Two crew killed.

    23 March 1954:
    While flying, a Hoantai 1-5 Number 7 Aircraft crashed in Shimonoseki City, Yamaguchi Prefecture.
    It belonged to the 4th Kanku (district or jurisdiction) Koukuutai.
    First aircraft accident of the Hoantai, which became the JASDF in late 1954.

    3 Feburary 1954:
    While flying, an US military C-46 crashed in sea near Tomakomai, southwestern Hokkaidou.
    35 killed.

    18 June 1953:
    16:34.
    While flying, an US military C-124 crashed in Kodaira City, Toukyou.
    129 killed.

    7 February 1952:
    About 23:00.
    While flying, an USAF B-29 crashed in Saitama Prefecture.
    Its bombs were subsequently detonated.
    17 killed.
    Last edited by Don Chan; 26th September 2005 at 15:18. Reason: Correct mistake.

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    11 May 1969:
    About 12:00.
    While flying, three JASDF F-86Fs crashed into Shirotoko Mountain, north of Hirata City, Shimane Prefecture, during an air show.
    Three killed.

    8 February 1969:
    About 12:00.
    While flying, a JASDF F-104J hit by lightning and crashed in Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture.
    It belonged to Komatsu AB, Ishikawa Prefecture.
    Pilot ejected. Four civilians killed.
    17 civilian houses destroyed.

    19 November 1968:
    4:15.
    An USAF B-52 exploded at Kadena AB, Okinawa Prefecture.
    139 civilian houses damaged.

    2 June 1968:
    20:50.
    While flying, an USAF F-4C crashed in Kyuushuu University, Fukuoka Prefecture.
    It belonged to USAF Itaduke AB, Fukuoka Prefecture.

    26 April 1967:
    About 20:00.
    While flying, a JASDF F-104J and a JASDF T-33A collided and crashed in Mashike Gun, Hokkaidou.
    They belonged to Chitose AB, Hokkaidou.

    5 March 1966:
    14:21.
    While flying, and searching for victims of the ANA B-727 crashed on 4 February, a JCG Sikorsky helicopter crashed in Toukyou Bay.
    Two or three killed.

    17 July 1965:
    12:10.
    While flying, a JMSDF P2V-7 crashed in sea near Choushi, northeastern Chiba Prefecture.
    It belonged to JMSDF Shimofusa AB, Chiba Prefecture.
    11 killed.

    8 September 1964:
    About 10:58, an US F-8U crashed at the Tateno Metal Factory in Kamisouyagi, Yamato City, Kanagawa Prefecture, because of engine problem.
    It belonged to Atsugi AB, Kanagawa Prefecture, and the USN aircraft carrier CVA-31 USS Bonhomme Richard.
    Five civilians killed. The factory owner Tateno Masamori's first son (25), third son (19), and a worker were killed instantly. The second son (23) and another worker died at the hospital.
    Three wounded.
    Four houses, including the factory, were destroyed. Six houses were damaged.

    5 April 1964:
    17:30.
    An USN F-8U crashed in shopping area, 2 Choume, Haramachida, Machida City, Toukyou.
    Pilot ejected. Four civilians killed. 32 wounded.
    27 houses destroyed or damaged.
    Back then, Machida City population was 96,891.

    29 March 1964:
    6:50.
    While flying, and searching for the L-19 crashed on yesterday, a JSDF (Bell) H-13 crashed into Komagatake Mountain, Hokkaidou, during SAR mission.
    No killed.

    28 March 1964:
    About 11:00.
    While flying, a JGSDF L-19 crashed in valley in Komagatake Mountain, Hokkaidou, during SAR mission.
    No killed.

    5 July 1963:
    13:40.
    While flying, two JASDF F-86Fs collided and crashed in Miyagi Prefecture.
    They belonged to Matsushima AB, Miyagi Prefecture.
    One killed.

    16 May 1963:
    15:30.
    While flying, an US military B-57 crashed into hospital in Iruma Gun, Saitama Prefecture.
    One patient killed.

    10 April 1963:
    12:50.
    While flying, a JASDF F-104J crashed in farm, 300 m from south end of runway, at Chitose AB, Hokkaidou, during low altitude training.
    It belonged to the 2nd Koukuudan.
    One killed.
    First F-104J accident of the JASDF.

    16 March 1963:
    About 11:00.
    While flying, a JASDF H-21B crashed into mountains in Kagawa Prefecture.
    It belonged to the Ashiya Kyuunan Bunkentai (Ashiya Rescue Detachment).
    10 killed.

    2 March 1963:
    8:50.
    While flying, a JASDF F-86F crashed in Miyazaki City, Miyazaki Prefecture.
    It belonged to Nyuutabaru AB, Miyazaki Prefecture.
    One killed.

    18 January 1963:
    15:00.
    While flying, an USAF F-100 exploded above Itaduke, Fukuoka Prefecture.
    One killed.

    12 June 1962:
    7:10.
    While flying, two JASDF F-86Fs collided and crashed in Ojika Gun, Miyagi Prefecture.
    They belonged to Matsushima AB, Miyagi Prefecture.
    No killed.

    11 April 1962:
    11:20.
    While landing, a JGSDF helicopter with two crew crashed at Okadama AP, Sapporo City, Hokkaidou, from altitude 20 m.
    No killed.

    11 April 1962:
    11:20.
    While flying, a JASDF T-33A crashed in Iiduka City, Fukuoka Prefecture.
    It belonged to Tsuiki AB, Fukuoka Prefecture.
    One killed.

    (The times of the above two accidents maybe mistakes.)

    11 April 1962:
    0:10 or 12:10.
    While flying, an US military T-33 crashed in farm in Kamikita Gun, Aomori Prefecture.
    Two killed.

    17 March 1962:
    11:00.
    While flying, two JASDF F-86Fs crashed in Kanagawa Prefecture.
    They belonged to Iruma AB, Saitama Prefecture.
    No killed. Crew ejected.

    6 Feburary 1962:
    16:15.
    Whilfe flying, a JMSDF P2V-7 crashed in sea near Hachinohe, Aomori Prefecture.
    It belonged to JMSDF Kanoya AB, Kagoshima Prefecture.
    10 killed.

    5 July 1961:
    About 15:00.
    While flying, two JASDF T-33As collided and crashed 32 km east of Aburatsu, Miyagi Prefecture.
    They belonged to Nyuutabaru AB, Miyazaki Prefecture.
    One killed. One missing.

    9 April 1961:
    Four JASDF F-86Fs crashed at or near Chitose AB, Hokkaidou, because of snow.
    Four killed.

    13 December 1960:
    A JASDF F-86F crashed in Uratani, Miyagi Prefecture.
    One killed.

    16 March 1960:
    19:45.
    While taking off, a JASDF F-86D collided head-on with an ANA DC-3 that had just landed, at Komaki AP, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture.
    Three killed.

    4 March 1960:
    16:00.
    While landing, a JASDF F-86F crashed beside runway at Hamamatsu AB, Shizuoka Prefecture.
    It belonged to Chitose AB, Hokkaidou.

    24 Feburary 1960:
    9:50.
    While flying, a JSDF S-55 at or near JCG Hakodate AB, Hokkaidou, during training mission.
    It belonged to JCG Hakodate AB.
    Four killed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Chan
    16 March 1960:
    19:45.
    While taking off, a JASDF F-86D collided head-on with an ANA DC-3 that had just landed, at Komaki AP, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture.
    Three killed.
    Ouch!

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    8 September 1978:
    While flying, a JASDF T-33A crashed in residential area in Sayama City, Saitama Prefecture.
    Two killed.

    17 May 1978:
    About 18:00.
    While flying, a JMSDF PS-1 crashed in forest in Kouchi Prefecture.
    It belonged to JMSDF Iwakuni AB, Yamaguchi Prefecture.
    13 killed.

    27 September 1977 (Shouwa 52):
    About 13:17, an USMC RF-4B fighter took off from Atsugi AB. It belonged to a squadron based at Iwakuni AB.

    About 13:20, it was on its way to the USS Midway in the Sagami Bay, when its left engine caught fire. Its two crew ejected above Aobadai, Midori Ku (now Aoba Ku), Yokohama City. It crashed 4 km away, in Eda Chou, Midori Ku (now Aoba Ku), about 15 km northwest of downtown Yokohama City.

    About 2 km from the crash site, the Yokohama City Kurogane Primary School was having a sports day. The teachers, students, and parents witnessed the crash, and aborted the sports day.

    The crashed fighter and its fuel set fire to the houses and parks in the residential area.

    The JMSDF at Atsugi AB scrambled a SAR helicopter. 10 minutes after the accident, the SAR helicopter arrived at the crash site, recovered the two crew, who weren't wounded, and returned to base. The JSDF and the US military did not notify the fire department.

    Workers from a nearby construction site and ambulances summoned by local residents rescued and delivered nine wounded persons (see below) to the Aobadai Hospital and the Shouwa University Fujigaoka Hospital.

    The US military who consequently came to the crash site did not help to search and rescue the wounded. Instead, they barricaded the crash site from even the Kanagawa prefectural police, while they removed the wreck and debris.

    At the Aobadai Hospital, Hayashi Yuuichirou (DOB 24 August 1974) passed away at 00:50. He was three. Hayashi Yasuhiro (DOB 28 March 1976) passed away at 04:30. He was one.

    At the Shouwa University Fujigaoka Hospital, Hayashi Kazue was 26. 80% of her body was burnt. She upheld her will to live when she was told her sons were being treated at another hospital. She learnt their deaths only one year and four months after the accident.

    Because of her injury and respiratory illness caused by the burning jet fuel, she was frequently treated at hospitals.

    The Japanese government mostly ignored her repeated protests, considered her a psychiatric patient, and confined her at the National Musashi Clinic.

    On 26 January 1982 (Shouwa 57), during the cold night, about 01:45, she had breathing difficulty again, was not treated, and passed away, four years and four months after the accident. She was 31.

    Besides she and her sons, three others were heavily wounded, and four others lightly wounded. Two houses were destroyed, and three damaged.

    11 April 1973:
    9:50.
    While flying, a JASDF MU-2S crashed into mountains in Miyazaki Prefecture.
    It belonge to Nyuutabaru AB, Miyazaki Prefecture.
    Four killed.

    30 July 1971:
    14:02:31 to 14:02:39.
    While flying, a JASDF F-86F collided with an ANA B-727-281 above Shizukuishi Town, Iwate Prefecture.
    The infamous "ANA Shizukuishi collision accident". First mid-air collision accident involving a civilian aircraft in Japan, and worst aircraft accident in the world (until then).

    At altitude 28,000 feet (8,500 m), the F-86F, serial number 92-7932, was rapidly turning left and right, following its leader, another F-86F.
    They belonged to the 1st Koukuudan, based at Matsushima AB, Miyagi Prefecture.
    The B-727-281, ANA flight number 58 and serial number JA8329, was flying from Chitose AP, Hokkaidou, to Haneda AP, Toukyou.
    The F-86F right wing hit the B-727-281 left horizontal stabiliser.

    The F-86F pilot, Sergeant First Class Ichikawa Yoshimi, the trainee, ejected and survived.
    http://www007.upp.so-net.ne.jp/togo/...i/yoshimi.html
    His leader was Captain Kuma Tamotsu, the instructor.
    http://www007.upp.so-net.ne.jp/togo/.../kumatamo.html
    On the B-727-281, 162 killed. Three cockpit crew, four cabin crew, 155 passengers. Its pilot was Kawanishi Saburou, a former JASDF pilot.
    http://www007.upp.so-net.ne.jp/togo/.../kawasabu.html

    At first, newspapers reported the JASDF aircraft flew into civilian air-space.
    Flight recorder data indicated the ANA aircraft, after it took off at Chitose AP, took 70 seconds to turn left 40 degrees above Hakodate City, Hokkaidou. The accident investigation committee presumed 25 seconds.
    The ANA aircraft strayed 12 km west of the route affirmed by ATC.
    Also, civilian aircraft had a ceiling of 24,000 feet, but the accident happened at 28,000 feet.
    In February 1985 [sic], the newspaper Asahi Shinbun reported an ANA passenger's 8 mm camera recorded scenery outside the aircraft and included Tazawako Lake [eastern Akita Prefecture]. Evidence that the aircraft strayed beyond its course and into SDF air-space.

    Also see:
    http://gonta13.at.infoseek.co.jp/newpage80.htm
    http://plaza.across.or.jp/~hrkwdcrv/blue_sizuku.html
    http://www.iwate-np.co.jp/news/y2005...ppoNews_8.html
    http://www004.upp.so-net.ne.jp/civil...19710730ja.htm
    http://www007.upp.so-net.ne.jp/togo/dic/si/shizuku.html

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    22 March 1989:
    9:23.
    While flying, a JASDF T-2 crashed in sea in Hyuuganada, east of Miyazaki Prefecture, during air combat training.
    Two killed.

    25 August 1988:
    While flying, two JASDF F-1s disappeared above sea near Iwate Prefecture.

    28 May 1985:
    11:14.
    While taking off, a JASDF (Mitsubishi) MU-2A, serial number 73-3222, lightly collided with an ANA (All Nippon Airways) B-747 SR-100, serial number JA8156, at Naha AP, Okinawa Prefecture.

    On the MU-2A, three crew not wounded.
    On the B-747 SR-100, 18 crew members and 204 passengers, including five children, not wounded.
    Both aircraft were damaged, but did not catch fire.
    The B-747 SR-100, flight number NH81, took off from Tokyo IAP at 08:45. At Naha AP, it landed on runway 18, and was still moving on the runway, when the MU-2A moved onto the same runway from taxiway E-2 on the left side of the runway and prepared to take off.

    4 September 1986:
    While scrambling from its hangar, a JASDF F-15J launched an AIM-9, at Hyakuri AB, Ibaraki Prefecture.
    The AIM-9 flew 275 m into grass. Warhead did not explode.
    No killed.

    Also see:
    http://studio10.kdn.ne.jp/hoh/co/log0209.htm
    http://www.yamayosijisyo.co.jp/etc/h...monogatari.htm

    26 April 1983:
    17:30.
    While flying, a JMSDF PS-1 crashed, near Iwakuni AB, Yamaguchi Prefecture, during a low pass at height 100 m.
    11 killed.

    19 April 1983:
    7:20.
    While flying, two JASDF C-1s crashed into Ooyama Mountain, Sugashima Island, Ise Bay, near Toba City, Mie Prefecture.
    They belonged to the 1st Yusou Koukuutai (1st Tactical Airlift Wing), based at Komaki AB, Aichi Prefecture.
    http://www.dii.jda.go.jp/asdf/komaki/index.htm
    14 killed. Eight on 58-1009 (#09). Six on 68-1015 (#15).

    At 7:00, 58-1009 took off as the leader of a flight of six, flying to Iruma AB, Saitama Prefecture. 68-1015 was the second aircraft.
    Weather was poor. Visibility at 1,500 m.
    Except the fourth aircraft, five aircraft flew astern at 600 m distances, and height 180 m (600 feet).
    At 7:18, the flight leader said: "Left turn 090."
    After 58-1009 crashed, 68-1015 reported to Komaki AB: It collided with something. Left wing and lower fuselage damaged. Dumping fuel in Ise Bay and returning to base.
    68-1015 crashed into a mountain about 500 m northwest of 58-1009.
    Newspapers reported the flight leader misjudged the terrain and strayed off-course.

    Also see:
    http://aviation-safety.net/database/...?id=19830419-1
    http://aviation-safety.net/database/...?id=19830419-2
    http://www.interq.or.jp/japan/ascot/c102.htm
    http://www.interq.or.jp/japan/ascot/c103.htm
    http://www.interq.or.jp/japan/ascot/.../sugashima.htm
    http://www.planecrashinfo.com/1983/1983-12.htm

    9 March 1983:
    12:05.
    While landing at Yokota AB, Toukyou, an USAF C-141B lost a tire that rolled on for 200 m.
    No killed.

    14 November 1982:
    A JASDF T-2 crashed into a civilian house at or near Hamamatsu AB, Shizuoka Prefecture, during an air show.
    It belonged to the Blue Impulse.
    One pilot killed.

    25 January 1980:
    8:50.
    A JASDF AIM-9 Sidewinder missile exploded at Naha AB, Okinawa Prefecture.
    One SDF person killed.

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    22 November 1999:
    About 13:45.
    While flying, a JASDF T-33A, serial number 51-5648, crashed on a flood plain of the Irumagawa river, near Kashiwara, Sayama City, Saitama Prefecture.
    It belonged to the Koukuu Soutai Shireibu Hikoutai (Air Defence Command Headquarters Flight Group), based at Iruma AB.
    About 13:43, it was returning to base, after a flight to maintain the pilot's proficiency.
    The crew reported smoke in the aircraft and announced they would bail out, but it crashed about 1.6 miles north of the north end of the runway at Iruma AB.
    While it was preparing to land and at low thrust, the fuel hose, or the fitting that connected the fuel hose, leaked fuel. The fuel caught fire near the fuel control unit, and heated and melted the unit. This cut the fuel supply to the engine, and it lost thrust.
    To avoid crashing the aircraft into a dense residential area, the crew remained in the aircraft until it reached a height and speed that were not appropriate for safe ejection. When they ejected, they did not survive.

    On 26 April 2000, the JASDF accident report concluded the cost to enhance the T-33A and resume its flight status would be unpractical, and decided to retire the T-33A.

    The crash site was in a golf course beside the Iruma River, about 3.6 km north of Iruma AB, and about 50 m from civilian houses and schools.
    Its two crew members were killed: pilot Lieutenant Colonel Nakagawa Hirofumi (47) and co-pilot Major Kadoya Yoshihiro (48). Nakagawa was a F-1 pilot, and had 5,229 flight hours. Kadoya, a F-15J pilot, 6,492 hours.
    It belonged to the Koukuu Soutai Shireibu Hikoutai based at Iruma AB. It had 6,500 flight hours, and a life expectancy of 7,500 hours. Back then, Iruma AB had nine T-33s, and would be phased out/replaced by 2002.
    At 13:02, it took off for a training mission to maintain the pilot's proficiency. It flew across training areas in Saitama Prefecture, Gunma Prefecture, and Tochigi Prefecture, and was returning to base.
    About 13:39, its pilots reported smoke entered the cockpit. At 13:40, they declared emergency. At 13:42, they declared they were bailing out.

    Worse, when it crashed, it cut off high-voltage power lines that supplied Saitama Prefecture and Tokyo, causing power black-out in many parts of southern Saitama Prefecture and Tokyo.
    To be exact, above the Iruma River, it cut off five 275,000 Volt power lines, which fell and contacted other 66,000 Volt power lines below them, causing a short circuit.
    From 14:10, Toukyou Denryoku (Tokyo Electricity) began to recover power in Tokyo.
    After 13:45, eight train lines were stopped for seven to 30 minutes.
    Before power was fully recovered by 17:00, countless ATMs, 15+ elevators, 500+ traffic lights, and parts of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (14:12 to 14:45) were disabled/out of service.

    Also see:
    http://members.jcom.home.ne.jp/racco...tion/t-33.html
    http://www.mizuhoto.org/seisaku/07back/shuisho/jet.html
    http://www.sangiin.go.jp/japanese/jo...uh/s147033.htm

    15 August 1999:
    5:15.
    While flying, a JASDF F-4EJ Kai, serial number 47-8337, disappeared above the sea near Nagasaki Prefecture, during a scramble mission.
    It belonged to Nyuutabaru AB, Miyazaki Prefecture.

    4 June 1999:
    13:10.
    While taking off, an USMC AV-8B engine had foreign object damage and caught fire, at Kadena AB, Okinawa Prefecture.
    It belonged to USMC Iwakuni AB, Yamaguchi Prefecture.
    Pilot ejected.

    21 January 1999:
    13:30.
    While flying, an US military F-16 crashed into mountains near Kamaishi City, Iwate Prefecture, because the pilot was distracted by his G suit zipper.
    http://www.city.kamaishi.iwate.jp/
    Pilot ejected.

    1 January 1999:
    9:59.
    During in-flight refuelling training, an US military F/A-18 collided with another F/A-18.
    Rear part of the F/A-18 damaged. It crashed in Tosawan Bay, about 18 km from Yasumachi, Kouchi Prefecture.

    24 July 1998:
    At 9:05, at Misawa AP, Aomori Prefecture, an USAF F-16 was taking off, when it aborted the take off, overran the end of the runway, turned around to face the opposite direction, stopped, and caught fire.
    It belonged to the 35th FW (Fighter Wing), based at Misawa AB.
    The pilot got out of the aircraft, was burnt, taken to the hospital in the AB, then taken to the Hachinohe Shimin Hospital (Hachinohe Citizens Hospital).
    Misawa AP closed for six hours. Seven civilian flights were cancelled, one delayed, and over one thousand passengers affected. Included one JAS (Japan Air System) aircraft that came from Haneda AP, Toukyou, as flight 221, and should have returned to Haneda AP as flight 222.

    Also see:
    http://www.rimpeace.or.jp/jrp/misawa...7/f16f987.html

    24 October 1997:
    About 16:00.
    While taking off, an USMC AV-8B crashed in sea near Iwakuni AB, Yamaguchi Prefecture.
    Pilot ejected.

    21 August 1997:
    About 16:42.
    In Ibaraki Prefecture, near Ryuugasaki City, a JGSDF OH-6D, serial number JG31206, and a private Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee, serial number JA3361, collided.
    Both aircraft crashed and burnt out.
    Three killed. On the OH-6D, the pilot and a mechanic. On the Piper, the student pilot.
    The OH-6D (Kawasaki-Hughes Type 369D) belonged to the 2nd Helicopter Tai, 1st Helicopter Dan, JGSDF. It took off from Kisaradu AB, was on its way to an exercise range, and flying towards Hachinohe AB.
    The Piper took off from Ryuugasaki AP and was flying towards west-northwest.

    Also see:
    http://www.rinku.zaq.ne.jp/sakuma/970821.html

    6 June 1996:
    During RIMPAC 96, a JMSDF MH-53E crashed in sea near Jougashima Island, Sagami Bay, Kanagawa Prefecture.
    Three killed. Five missing.

    4 June 1996:
    16:15.
    During RIMPAC 96, an USN A-6E, BuNo 155704, was shot down by the JMSDF Asagiri Class destroyer DD-153 JDS Yuugiri.
    First non-Japanese aircraft shot down by the SDF.

    When the A-6E, at altitude 700 feet (200 m) and speed 340 knots, was towing a target drone (diameter 18 cm, length 2 m) about 5.5 to 6 km behind it and approaching the Yuugiri from her left side, her left-side-mounted CIWS fired and hit the A-6E. The A-6E crashed on her right side.
    The A-6E belonged to the CV-62 USS Independence.
    The A-6E crew ejected and recovered by the Yuugiri. Pilot Lieutenant Commander William E. Royster, bombardier-navigator Lieutenant Keith A. Douglas.
    Also practising their CIWS near the Yuugiri were the JDS Hiei and the USN Spruance Class destroyer DD-991 USS Fife.
    Each CIWS round with tungsten core costs about 80,000 Yen. Firing rate 3,000 shots per minute.

    Also see:
    http://66.102.7.104/search?q=cache:O...ient=firefox-a
    http://navysite.de/dd/dd991.htm
    http://www.geocities.jp/aobamil/A.html
    http://www.vtree2660.net/Nishimura/k...6_an09_p21.htm
    http://www.vtree2660.net/Nishimura/k...6_an09_p22.htm

    22 November 1995:
    8:38.
    About 165 km north-northeast of Komatsu AB, Ishikawa Prefecture, during ACM training and practising simulated AIM-9 firing, a JASDF F-15J, serial number 52-8846, was hit in its tail by a missile fired by its wingman, serial number 62-8870.
    Pilot bailed out and recovered by a fishing boat.
    It was raised, investigated, and scrapped.

    Also see:
    http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/F-15_%2...98%E6%A9%9F%29
    http://www.tiheisennoame.net/aircraft/f15/gomi/gomi.htm

    21 February 1995:
    11:30.
    While landing on water, a JMSDF US-1A crashed in Bingo Suidou or Bungo Suidou.
    It belonged to JMSDF Iwakuni AB, Yamaguchi Prefecture.
    Two killed. Nine missing.
    Bingo Suidou is in eastern Hiroshima Prefecture.
    Bungo Suidou is between Kyuushuu (island) and Shikoku (island), connecting Pacific Ocean and Seto Naikai (sea).

    16 November 1994:
    An US military UH-1N crash-landed near helipad in Camp Schwab or USMC Henoko Base, Nago City, Okinawa Prefecture.
    It belonged to Futenma AB.
    One killed. Four heavily wounded.

    17 August 1994:
    About 16:00.
    While flying, an USMC AV-8B crashed in ocean near Agunishima Island, western Okinawa Prefecture.
    It took off at Kadena AB, Okinawa Prefecture.
    It belonged to Iwakuni AB, Yamaguchi Prefecture.
    No killed.

    6 April 1994:
    14:30.
    While practising take off and landing, an US military CH-46E crashed on the runway, at Futenma AB, Ginowan City, Okinawa Prefecture.
    It broke into two. Its debris fell up to 100 m away.
    It belonged to the 262nd Helicopter Squadron, based at Futenma AB.
    Its four crew got out by themselves.

    4 April 1994:
    11:20.
    While flying, a JASDF CH-47 emergency landed at a primary school in Fukushima Town, Oshima Shichou, Hokkaidou, because of oil system problem.

    4 April 1994:
    9:25.
    An US military F-15 crashed near ammo depot in Kadena AB, Okinawa Prefecture.
    Pilot ejected.

    17 December 1993:
    While flying, two US military F/A-18s crashed in ocean in southeastern Okinawa Prefecture.
    They belonged to Kadena AB, Okinawa Prefecture.

    27 October 1992:
    15:25.
    While flying, a JASDF F-15J, serial number 72-8884, crashed in sea near Onahama, Fukushima Prefecture.
    It belonged to the 305th Hikoutai.
    One pilot killed.

    2 March 1992:
    About 14:00.
    While flying, a JASDF RF-4EJ crashed in farm in Fukushima Prefecture.
    Two crew killed.
    First RF-4EJ accident of the JASDF.

    4 July 1991:
    About 12:00.
    While flying, a JASDF T-2A, serial number 59-5112, and a JASDF T-2B, serial number 19-5172, collided and crashed in sea near Kinkazan Mountain, Miyagi Prefecture.
    They belonged to the Blue Impulse.
    Two pilots killed.
    Last edited by Don Chan; 1st October 2005 at 16:40. Reason: Correct mistake.

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    A Japanese (Japan) fan site of JASDF F-4/RF-4, at
    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/yohai.htm
    has a list of JASDF F-4/RF-4 that are lost or scrapped, sorted by serial number, with unit, date, location, crew names, photos, and other details.

    1 May 1973:
    F-4EJ-47MC, 27-8304. Nose number 304.
    Rinji F-4 Hikoutai (Temporary F-4 Squadron), based at Hyakuri AB, Ibaraki Prefecture.
    About 14:00, during a training mission, it exploded and crashed in Pacific Ocean, about 55 km from Ibaraki Prefecture. Possibly because of fuel system problem.
    Two killed. Pilot Colonel Ozaki Yoshihiro, WSO Major Abe Masayasu.

    It took off at Hyakuri AB.
    The Rinji F-4 Hikoutai was established on 1 August 1972. 304 was one of its first four F-4s.
    Flights suspended until 15 July. Became Rinji 301st Hikoutai on 16 October.
    First F-4EJ accident of JASDF.
    Ozaki's son is also a JASDF pilot, qualified to fly the F-4. A Netter met him at the Hyakuri AB air show on 26 September 1999, and he (pilot) said he had no chance to fly the F-4.

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/301/304.htm

    6 July 1979:
    F-4EJ-47MC, 37-8307. Nose number 307.
    301st Hikoutai, 7th Koukuudan, based at Hyakuri AB, Ibaraki Prefecture.
    During training mission, became uncontrollable and crashed in Pacific Ocean, near Nakaminato City, Ibaraki Prefecture.
    Two crew ejected and recovered.

    In 1979, the 305th Hikoutai was established at Hyakuri AB. Also with the 301st and 501st Hikoutai, Hyakuri AB had almost 50 F-4s, until the 301st Hikoutai moved to Nyuutabaru AB, Miyazaki Prefecture, in 1985.

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/301/307.htm

    16 June 1986:
    F-4EJ, 37-8309. Nose number 309.
    301st Hikoutai, based at Nyuutabaru AB, Miyazaki Prefecture.
    It took off at Nyuutabaru AB.
    During training mission above sea near Miyazaki Prefecture, because of bad weather and heavy rain, could not return to Nyuutabaru AB, and diverted to Tsuiki AB, Fukuoka Prefecture.
    While on their way to Tsuiki AB, 309 and 370 ran out of fuel. Crashed into farm near Tsuiki AB.
    All four crew ejected and recovered.

    Reportedly 309 and 370 were two of four F-4s diverted to Tsuiki AB. The other two landed.

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/301/309.htm
    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/361/370.htm

    7 December 1978:
    F-4EJ-47MC Block 45, 37-8310. Nose number 310.
    301st Hikoutai, 7th Koukuudan, based at Hyakuri AB, Ibaraki Prefecture.
    During training mission, caught fire and crashed in Pacific Ocean.
    Two crew ejected and recovered.

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/301/310.htm

    29 November 1978:
    F-4EJ, 47-8325. Nose number 325. Was 37-8325.
    303rd Hikoutai.
    While landing at Komatsu AB, Ishikawa Prefecture, overran, destroyed, and scrapped.

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/321/325.htm

    15 August 1999:
    F-4EJ Kai, 37-8337. Nose number 337.
    301st Hikoutai, 5th Koukuudan, based at Nyuutabaru AB, Miyazaki Prefecture.
    At 4:40, it and wingman took off to chase a bogey.
    About 5:15, during scramble mission, disappeared and crashed about 80 to 84 km west of Fukueshima Island, Nagasaki Prefecture. Possibly because of engine shutdown caused by lightning strike.
    At 5:45, wingman returned to base.
    Two killed. Pilot Captain Kinja Akihiro (31), WSO First Lieutenant Moriyama Masatsune (27).

    Kinja's body (or part of) recovered, when wreck was recovered from depth 200 m on 3 and 10 December. DNA confirmed and announced by JASDF on 14 December.
    2,011 flight hours. 1,453 hours with F-4EJ Kai.

    Moriyama's body (or part of) recovered by Chinese fishing boat in ocean near Zhe Jiang Province, China, on 19 October.

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/331/337.htm
    http://www.geocities.jp/bitamin2003jp/page008.html
    http://www007.upp.so-net.ne.jp/togo/.../kinjaaki.html
    http://www007.upp.so-net.ne.jp/togo/.../masatsun.html

    10 November 1997:
    F-4EJ Kai, 47-8339. Nose number 339.
    302nd Hikoutai, 83rd Koukuudan, based at Hyakuri AB, Ibaraki Prefecture.
    While landing, front landing gear leg broke. Damaged and scrapped.

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/331/339.htm

    13 October 1982:
    F-4EJ, 47-8343. Nose number 343.
    306th Hikoutai, based at Komatsu AB, Ishikawa Prefecture.
    During anti-ship training mission at low altitude with JMSDF, crashed.
    Two killed. Pilot First Lieutenant Minowa Kenji, WSO Second Lieutenant Harada Toshirou.

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/341/343.htm

    11 May 1998:
    F-4EJ Kai, 47-8346. Nose number 346.
    302nd Hikoutai, 83rd Koukuudan, based at Nyuutabaru AB, Miyazaki Prefecture.
    About 12:40, during training mission, crashed in East China Sea, about 160 km north-northwest of Naha City, Okinawa Prefecture, because engine caught fire.
    Two crew ejected. Pilot First Lieutenant Kuramoto Jun (30), WSO Second Lieutenant Kakoi Kazuhiko (26).

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/341/346.htm

    10 November 1986:
    F-4EJ, 57-8358. Nose number 358.
    306th Hikoutai, based at Komatsu AB, Ishikawa Prefecture.
    While landing, collided with 382 because of wind. Heavily damaged and scrapped.

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/351/358.htm
    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/381/382.htm

    17 November 1976:
    F-4EJ, 57-8363. Nose number 363.
    302nd Hikoutai.
    During training mission, crashed in sea in B Airspace, near Erimomisaki Cape, Hokkaidou, because of engine problem.
    One crew killed.

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/361/363.htm

    17 November 1978:
    F-4EJ, 57-8364. Nose number 364.
    301st Hikoutai, 7th Koukuudan, based at Hyakuri AB, Ibaraki Prefecture.
    About 8:59, during AGG training mission, crashed about 500 m east of an observation tower in southern part of Shimamatsu exercise range near Chitose City, Hokkaidou.
    Pilot Major Mori Tetsu killed. WSO Captain Tomooka Kenichirou ejected.

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/361/364.htm

    16 June 1986:
    F-4EJ, 57-8370. Nose number 370.
    301st Hikoutai, based at Nyuutabaru AB, Miyazaki Prefecture.
    It took off at Nyuutabaru AB.
    During training mission above sea near Miyazaki Prefecture, because of bad weather and heavy rain, could not return to Nyuutabaru AB, and diverted to Tsuiki AB, Fukuoka Prefecture.
    While on their way to Tsuiki AB, 309 and 370 ran out of fuel. Crashed into farm near Tsuiki AB.
    All four crew ejected and recovered.

    Reportedly 309 and 370 were two of four F-4s diverted to Tsuiki AB. The other two landed.

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/301/309.htm
    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/361/370.htm

    9 October 1998:
    F-4EJ Kai, 67-8379. Nose number 379.
    8th Hikoutai, 3rd Koukuudan.
    Equipped with shuujin ("dust catching" or "dust collecting") pod.
    About 20:40, after training exercise, crashed in Pacific Ocean about 75 km northeast of Misawa City, Aomori Prefecture, while returning from Chitose AB, Hokkaidou, to Misawa AB.
    It took off at Chitose AB at 20:02.
    Two killed. Pilot First Lieutenant Suetake Tomohiro (28), WSO Second Lieutenant Ogasawara Masahiro (26).

    Bodies (or parts of) recovered by JCG and JMSDF on 10 October.

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/371/379.htm
    http://www007.upp.so-net.ne.jp/togo/.../masahiro.html
    http://www007.upp.so-net.ne.jp/togo/.../tomohiro.html

    10 November 1986:
    F-4EJ, 67-8382. Nose number 382.
    306th Hikoutai, based at Komatsu AB, Ishikawa Prefecture.
    While landing, collided with 358 because of wind. Heavily damaged and scrapped.

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/351/358.htm
    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/381/382.htm

    1996:
    F-4EJ, 67-8385. Nose number 385.
    Reportedly scrapped in 1996.

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/381/385.htm

    29 June 1979:
    F-4EJ, 77-8396. Nose number 396.
    302nd Hikoutai.
    During ACM training mission, crashed in sea near Erimomisaki Cape, Hokkaidou.
    Two crew ejected and recovered. Pilot Captain Okada Hiroshi, WSO First Lieutenant Hagino Fumio.

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/391/396.htm

    24 June 1978:
    F-4EJ, 87-8405. Nose number 405.
    302nd Hikoutai, 2nd Koukuudan.
    During training mission, crashed in sea near Wakkanai, Hokkaidou.
    Two crew ejected and recovered. Pilot Captain Itou Katsumi, WSO First Lieutenant Okano Hiroshi.

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/401/405.htm

    4 July 1997:
    F-4EJ Kai, 87-8410. Nose number 410.
    301st Hikoutai, 5th Koukuudan, based at Nyuutabaru AB, Miyazaki Prefecture.
    About 9:43, as second of two F-4s, took off at Nyuutabaru AB, for pilot's ACM proficiency qualification.
    About 10:00, while turning left, lost altitude, became uncontrollable, and crashed in sea in Hyuuganada, east of Miyazaki Prefecture.
    Two crew ejected and recovered by SAR helicopter. Pilot Captain Miyazaki Hideki (29), WSO Captain Kirikawa Tarou (34).

    First F-4EJ Kai accident of JASDF.
    Accident cause was mainly pilot mistake, not mechanical problem.

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/401/410.htm

    28 October 1982:
    F-4EJ, 07-8430. Nose number 430.
    305th Hikoutai.
    During night low-altitude navigation training mission, crashed in sea near Mito, Ibaraki Prefecture.
    Two crew killed. Pilot First Lieutenant Takayanagi Tarou, WSO Major Yamamoto Kouji.

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/421/430.htm

    29 October 1984:
    F-4EJ, 07-8432. Nose number 432.
    302nd Hikoutai, 2nd Koukuudan.
    About 13:42, during training mission, as flight leader, crashed in sea near Shakotan Peninsula, western Hokkaidou, because of engine problem and became uncontrollable.
    Two crew ejected and recovered. Pilot Major Hironaka Katsuhiko, WSO Captain Noguchi Moritaka.

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/431/432.htm

    Reportedly Noguchi Moritaka was the 21st CO of 202nd Hikoutai, from 23 March 1995 to 21 March 1997.

    http://www007.upp.so-net.ne.jp/togo/human/data/202.html

    5 October 1994:
    RF-4EJ-57MC, 57-6910. Nose number 910.
    501st Hikoutai.
    About 2:55, crashed at about height 300 m on Shizukarimisaki Cape, Oshamanbe Chou, Hokkaidou, during scramble mission to check tsunami damage caused by earthquake on 4 October late night, with epicentre in sea north-northeast of Hokkaidou.
    Two crew killed. Pilot Major Sakai Hideharu (36), WSO First Lieutenant Miura Masaharu (28).

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/901/910.htm

    2 March 1992:
    RF-4EJ-57MC, 57-6911. Nose number 911.
    501st Hikoutai.
    About 14:00, during ground recon training mission, crashed in farm in Hiramamura Village, Ishikawa Gun, Fukushima Prefecture.
    Two killed. Pilot Captain Shiota Masahiko (38), WSO Captain Yamamoto Hisao (32).

    http://www.f-4ej.jp/phantomnow/901/911.htm

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    http://www.otv.jp/newstxt/news.cgi?m...put_yme=&type=
    with a photo and a 53-seconds video, reported:

    26 July 2006:

    At 12:44, JASDF F-4 emergency landed with tail hook and arrestor cable, at Kadena AB, Okinawa Prefecture. Because hydraulics system warning light.
    Based at Naha AB, Okinawa Prefecture.
    After landing, attended by US military emergency vehicles.
    Fire-fighters cleaned liquid leaked on runway.
    Diverted to Kadena AB because Naha AB busy with civilian flights.
    Republic of Korea Air Force KF-16 missing photographs

    http://www.f-16.net/aircraft-databas...irforce/ROKAF/

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    I see that you show up only to update accident reports. this I find extremely facinating. Never met a person who has so much interest in Reporting accidents (known some diehard spotters - some on this forum) . However I'd like to suggest something - instead of posting accident after accident, post after post why not just PDF the whole thing and post a link on rapidshare so that we can download it and keep it for archival purposes ??
    Old radar types never die; they just phased array

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    ] Never met a person who has so much interest in Reporting accidents

    As a Chinese, I've a morbid, I mean, geopolitical interest in the destruction, I mean, attrition of Japanese military aircraft. 8) Plus, US military aircraft in Japan, and Chinese military aircraft in China and Taiwan.

    Part of my "fun" is to find an attrition list in the relevant native language, such as Chinese WRT ROCAF or Japanese WRT JASDF, which typically has only the dates, aircraft types, casualties, and concise causes. Then, find and fresh out the details of the attritions, such as crew's names, exact locations, the kitchen sink, &c. Then, translate the data into English and internationally share them in public domain (see below).

    ] why not just PDF the whole thing and post a link on rapidshare so that we can download it and keep it for archival purposes

    I post the data in this forum to attract constructive and educational comments/feedback from other members. I don't have or maintain a database or personal site myself. 8b
    Behind the scene, I also contribute/spam the data to mags and sites that ALREADY have accidents/crashes databases, such as AirForces Monthly, F-16.net, Project Get Out and Walk, Scramble/Dutch Aviation Society, &c.

    As a practical example, Project Get Out and Walk has a JASDF page at
    http://www.ejection-history.org.uk/C...ntry/Japan.htm
    to which I contribute.
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    Keep up the good work of reporting!!!
    Old radar types never die; they just phased array

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    ] Keep up the good work of reporting!

    You might also try the chap who compiles the book "US Military Aircraft Mishaps 1950 - 2004". 8)
    http://www.scramble.nl/mag/shop/mishaps-main.htm
    And of course I've a copy of it right beside me.
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    JASDF accidents in 1953-1984 in Japan

    27 February 1984:
    JMSDF PS-1 amphibious ASW aircraft crashed in sea near Matsuyama City, Ehime Prefecture.
    12 killed. 10 bodies recovered, two bodies missing.

    Estimated altitude 1,500 feet, speed 170 knots.
    Carrying six anti-submarine rockets and four anti-submarine practice bombs without explosives.
    Pilot Major Michinaga. Flight hours 6,474.
    Co-pilot Captain Tsukida. Flight hours 2,629.

    On 22 March, funeral ceremony at Iwakuni AB.
    Wreck recovered from depth 50-60 m, where visibility 5-6 m.
    Third mass-production PS-1. By now, six of 23 PS-1 crashed.

    http://kokkai.ndl.go.jp/SENTAKU/syug...10770003c.html

    26 April 1983:
    About 17:37, during low pass at altitude 100 m, JMSDF PS-1 crashed, near ammo depot east of Iwakuni AB, Yamaguchi Prefecture.
    31st Koukuutai, 31st Koukuugun.
    11 crew killed. Three crew wounded.

    http://kokkai.ndl.go.jp/SENTAKU/syug...10770003c.html
    http://kokkai.ndl.go.jp/SENTAKU/syug...90020010c.html

    19 April 1983:
    7:20, while flying, two JASDF C-1s crashed into Ooyama Mountain, Sugshima Island, Ise Bay, near Toba City, Mie Prefecture.
    1st Yusou Koukuutai (1st Tactical Airlift Wing), Yusou Koukuudan, based at Komaki AB, Aichi Prefecture.
    http://www.dii.jda.go.jp/asdf/komaki/index.htm
    14 crew killed. Eight on 58-1009 (#09). Six on 68-1015 (#15).

    At 7:00, 58-1009 took off as the leader of a flight of six, flying to Iruma AB, Dasaitama Prefecture, to support 1st Kuuteidan, JGSDF, at Narashino City, northwestern Chiba Prefecture. 68-1015 was the second aircraft.
    Weather was poor. Visibility at 1,500 m.
    Except the fourth aircraft, five aircraft flew astern at 600 m distances, and height 180 m (600 feet).
    At 7:18, the flight leader said: "Left turn 090."
    After 58-1009 crashed, 68-1015 reported to Komaki AB: It collided with something. Left wing and lower fuselage damaged. Dumping fuel in Ise Bay and returning to base.
    68-1015 crashed into a mountain about 500 m northwest of 58-1009.
    Newspapers reported the flight leader misjudged the terrain and strayed off-course.

    Also see:
    http://www.interq.or.jp/japan/ascot/c102.htm
    http://www.interq.or.jp/japan/ascot/c103.htm
    http://www.interq.or.jp/japan/ascot/.../sugashima.htm
    http://www.planecrashinfo.com/1983/1983-12.htm
    http://aviation-safety.net/database/...?id=19830419-1
    http://aviation-safety.net/database/...?id=19830419-2
    http://kokkai.ndl.go.jp/SENTAKU/syug...90020010c.html

    14 November 1982:
    About 13:43, JASDF T-2B, 19-5174, crashed into a civilian house, north of Hamamatsu AB, Shizuoka Prefecture, during an air show.
    Blue Impulse, 21st Hikoutai, based at Matsushima AB, Miyagi Prefecture.
    One pilot killed.
    13 civilians wounded.
    28 civilian houses and about 290 cars damaged.

    One of flight of six.

    http://kokkai.ndl.go.jp/SENTAKU/syug...90020010c.html

    30 August 1977:
    At 23:45, JMSDF PS-1, 5816, crashed in sea and destroyed.

    http://kokkai.ndl.go.jp/SENTAKU/syug...10770003c.html

    10 April 1963:
    About 12:57, while emergency landing, JASDF F-104J crashed in farm, about 300-350 m south-southeast of south end of runway, at Chitose AB, Hokkaidou.
    201st Hikoutai, 2nd Koukuudan.
    One pilot killed: Major Nishi Hikaru.

    First F-104J accident of JASDF.
    At 12:05, took off at Chitose AB. One of two for air combat and low altitude training.
    Wingman was Captain Kobayashi.
    About 12:48, about 10 miles or 20 km southwest of Chitose AB, throttle lever was at maximum thrust position and could not move. Informed wingman and control tower to abort mission, and returned to base for straight-in emergency landing.
    Flew at 6,000 feet, lower than standard 8,000 feet, turned at sharp angle for 60 degrees, and stalled.
    About 12:57, heading northwest, tail hit ground, about 300 m from south end of runway, and skidded about 100 m.
    Aircraft middle and rear parts broke.
    Pilot did not eject and killed by impact.

    Throttle might be stuck at maximum position because throttle control cable malfunctioned.
    Stall might be caused by engine shutdown, to decelerate before emergency landing, but pilot could not or did not retract speed brake activated when aircraft decelerated and descended.

    Pilot's wife Suzuyo, and baby twin daughters Satomi and Hiromi, sued JASDF for compensation, because of engine defect and poor maintenance, and not because of pilot error, but acknowledged pilot decided to not eject.

    http://kokkai.ndl.go.jp/SENTAKU/sang...10106005c.html
    http://133.100.108.27/mmd/details.phtml?SRC_ID=488

    16 March 1960:
    19:45, while taking off, JASDF F-86D collided head-on with ANA C-47-DL or DC-3, JA5018, that had just landed, at Komaki AP, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture.
    On ANA aircraft, three killed: one of three crew, and two of 30 passengers.

    ANA aircraft flew from Haneda AP, Toukyou.

    http://aviation-safety.net/database/...0316-0&lang=en

    18 June 1953:
    At 16:34, while returning to base for emergency landing, USAF C-124A, 51-137A (?), crashed about three miles northeast of Tachikawa AB, Toukyou. Because engine trouble.
    374th Troop Carrier Wing.
    Seven crew and 122 passengers killed.

    At 16:32, took off at Tachikawa AB. Carrying US military personnel to South Korea.

    http://www.koreanwar- educator.org/topics/airplane_crashes/globemaster_japan/p_globemaster_jp.htm
    Republic of Korea Air Force KF-16 missing photographs

    http://www.f-16.net/aircraft-databas...irforce/ROKAF/

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    Unhappy JASDF accidents in 1972-1978 in Japan

    9 November 1978:
    JASDF F-104J, 46-8615.
    Based at Nyuutabaru AB.
    While flying near Takahata Mountain, Mie Prefecture, suddenly rolled left four times, and became uncontrollable.
    Crashed into sea, after pilot ejected.

    http://kwne.jp/~eagle01/104.htm

    10 September 1974:
    Night, while landing at Naha AB, Okinawa Island, JASDF F-104J, 46-8651, crashed in ocean, about 28 km northwest of Naha AB.
    207th Hikoutai, 83rd Koukuutai, Nansei Koukuu Konseidan.
    Pilot First Lieutenant Ooya killed.

    http://kwne.jp/~eagle01/104.htm

    6 June 1973:
    JASDF F-104J, 56-8664.
    While in downwind leg near Chitose AB, Hokkaidou, suddenly rolled left, became uncontrollable, crashed, and caught fire.
    Pilot killed.

    Left flap actuator jack screw was an "-R" component (serial number with suffix "-1R" to "-99R") that should have been replaced according to Urgent Enforcement TCTO (Time Compliance Technical Order) #822, which could have prevented this accident.
    Seven days after this accident, Immediate Enforcement TCTO #828 issued to check and replace "-R" jack screws.

    http://kwne.jp/~eagle01/104.htm

    21 September 1972:
    JASDF F-104J, 46-8651.
    After overhaul at Mitsubishi Komaki Minami factory, intended test flight in test flight air-space G-Area.

    At 10:10, just after take off from runway 34, Nagoya AP, Aichi Prefecture, aircraft suddenly rolled right, up to 40 degrees.
    A witness claimed right tip tank touched ground.
    With throttle at full afterburn, and aileron trim, control stick, and rudder at full left, aircraft became level.
    (Details skipped.)
    Aircraft climbed, raised landing gear, checked controllability, and authorised to bale out.
    At 10:24, pilot announced emergency, decided to not eject, descended, and lowered landing gear.
    At 10:32, emergency landed on runway 34, Nagoya AP.

    Cause was broken jack screw in right flap actuator. Jack screw was new imported USA-made component with lot number suffix "-R", installed during overhaul.

    http://kwne.jp/~eagle01/104.htm
    has details, and
    http://kwne.jp/~eagle01/s-01.htm
    has map of accident.
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    Angry

    6 July 2007, Friday:
    Two T-400.
    41st Kyouiku Hikoutai, 3rd Yusou Koukuutai (3rd Tactical Airlift Wing), JASDF, based at Miho AB (RJOH), Tottori Prefecture.
    About 14:55, during training, collided above Japan Sea, about 110 km northeast of Miho AB. Altitude about 2,300 m.
    After 15:00, returned to base, and emergency landed.
    #1 right wing tip and #2 left wing root damaged. Flight control OK.

    Total five crew not wounded.
    On #1, instructor pilot Captain Konno Takanori (37) and another instructor pilot Captain.
    On #2, one instructor pilot Captain, two student pilots Second Lieutenants. One of the Second Lieutenants was controlling #2.

    #1 was front right of #2 and turning left, during formation flight with distance about eight metres.

    13:55, took off.

    2 July is JASDF Safety Day.
    http://www.mod.go.jp/asdf/miho/index.htm

    See photo at
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...0004-maip-soci

    http://www.chugoku-np.co.jp/News/Sp200707060227.html
    http://www.sponichi.co.jp/society/fl...070706079.html
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...00212-yom-soci
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...00173-jij-soci
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...00105-mai-soci
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    Thumbs up F-2 Viper Zero

    Monday, 3 September 2007:
    F-2.
    21st Hikoutai, 4th Koukuudan, JASDF, based at Matsushima AB, Higashi Matsushima City, Miyagi Prefecture.
    Afternoon, dumped fuel tank into ocean.

    14:48, took off, with another F-2 flown by instructor.
    During take off and landing training, fuel tank under fuselage contacted runway.
    Fuel tank deformed and could not lower landing gear for landing. Visually checked by wingman.
    Dumped fuel tank into ocean, about 70 km east of Kinkazan Mountain, Ishimaki City.
    Fuel tank held 1,200 litres, but was consumed and empty.
    Safely landed. One pilot not wounded.

    4 September, about 10:00, helicopter from Matsushima AB, found fuel tank floating in ocean.
    Afternoon, Miyagi Japan Coast Guard patrol ship recovered fuel tank from ocean, about 70 km east of Kinkazan Mountain. Returned to Onagawa Port. Taken by Matsushima AB soldiers.

    http://www.nikkansports.com/general/...04-251368.html
    http://www.nikkansports.com/general/...03-251100.html
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...0072-mailo-l04
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Chan View Post
    6 July 2007, Friday:
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...00411-yom-soci
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...00126-jij-soci
    report:

    Friday, 5 October 2007:
    JASDF announced accident report of T-400 collision on 6 July 2007.
    Cause was pilots' control mistake did not follow procedure.

    Formation flight of two. #1 was instructor aircraft, flown by Captain. #2 was student aircraft.
    #1 was left and above #2, flew to right and above #2, and lost sight of #2.
    When lost sight of other aircraft, standard procedure was climb and dodge, for example.

    #1 did not follow procedure, miscalculated height distance, approached student aircraft, and collided.
    While #1 turned left, #1 flew out of its route. #1 right wing tip hit #2 left wing root.

    Further, crew members who were aware position relation of the two aircraft, did not notify instructors.

    Pilots did not violate regulations, and would not be punished.
    Republic of Korea Air Force KF-16 missing photographs

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    TOKYO, Japan (AP) -- A Japanese fighter jet crashed an instant after takeoff and went up in flames Wednesday at an airport in central Japan, leaving the two pilots with minor injuries, an official for aircraft's manufacturer said.

    The F-2B fighter was on a test flight prior to delivery to Japan's air force when it crashed, said Hideo Ikuno, a spokesman for the Daiya public-relations firm representing the plane's maker, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.

    Footage on commercial broadcaster TV Asahi showed the jet taking off from the runway in Nagoya, only to suddenly tip downward and skid along the ground in flames. National broadcaster NHK showed the pilots jumping from the burning plane.

    The flames were extinguished within 10 minutes of the crash, Ikuno said. The two crew members were taken to a hospital with minor injuries, Ikuno said.

    Ikuno said the company was seeking further details about the crash.

    http://edition.cnn.com/2007/WORLD/as....ap/index.html

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    Exclamation F-2 Viper Zero

    Wednesday, 31 October 2007:
    F-2B.
    Probably 21st Hikoutai, 4th Koukuudan, JASDF, based at Matsushima AB, Miyagi Prefecture.
    About 9:13, during take off (south to north), from about 50 m AGL, suddenly pitched down, fell on runway, caught fire, pitched up, slid on runway for 400 m (scratches with depths 5-10 cm), skidded off runway, stopped in grass, west of runway, 300-400 m east of control tower, at Prefectural Nagoya AP (formerly Nagoya IAP), Toyoyama Town, Aichi Prefecture.
    Two Mitsubishi Heavy Industries test pilots did not eject, and exited aircraft by themselves. Pilot Nagata Keiji (52) heavily wounded, co-pilot Mizushima Mitsuo (56) lightly wounded.
    Nagata's lungs injured and ribs cracked; hospitalised for up to two months.

    Test flight for touch-and-go and flight above Japan Sea, after first maintenance in third year of active service, at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Komaki Minami factory beside airport.
    Aircraft had 740 flight hours. Assembled at same factory in March 2004. First accepted by JASDF in 2004. Returned to same factory for maintenance on 21 May 2007.
    Engine had about 1,000 hours, and made by Ishikawajima Harima Heavy Industries. On 3 October, dismounted from another F-2, and mounted on accident F-2.

    Fire trucks extinguished fire after 30 minutes.
    From 9:20, single runway (2,740 m) closed. Civilian flights cancelled, delayed, or diverted to Chuubu Kokusai Kuukou (Centrair IAP), Aichi Prefecture.

    Pilots are retired JASDF pilots. Nagata has 5,796 flight hours. Mizushima has 6,302 flight hours.

    For reference, serial numbers of F-2B, 21st Hikoutai, based at Matsushima AB:
    http://www.f2-supporter.net/F2info/F2B/index.html

    Videos:
    http://www.mbs.jp/news/jnn_3695931_zen.shtml
    http://www.tv-asahi.co.jp/ann/news/w...20071031215028
    (mms://wmt-od.stream.ne.jp/tv-asahi/tv-asahia/news/0703/wmt/20071031-171031014-53-300.wmv?now=20071031215028_300k)
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/videone...-fnn-soci.html
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/videone...-nnn-soci.html
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/videone...-jnn-soci.html
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/videone...-ann-soci.html
    http://news.tbs.co.jp/newseye/tbs_newseye3695931.html

    [Too blurry and far to read serial number. News announcers and reporters are not cute.]

    Photos:
    http://www.chunichi.co.jp/article/na...102060801.html
    http://www.iza.ne.jp/news/newsarticle/event/95723/
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...-soci.view-000
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...-soci.view-000
    http://news.goo.ne.jp/picture/kyodo/...101000604.html
    http://news.goo.ne.jp/picture/kyodo/...101000261.html
    http://news.goo.ne.jp/picture/jiji/n...ji-31X309.html

    Text:
    http://www.iza.ne.jp/news/newsarticle/event/95778/
    http://www.iza.ne.jp/news/newsarticle/event/95723/
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...00182-mai-soci
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...00132-mai-soci
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...00119-san-soci
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...00117-san-soci
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...00063-jij-soci
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...00034-mai-soci
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...00034-jij-soci
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...0020-maip-soci
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...00015-yom-soci
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...00001-yom-soci
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    You've done well to dig all this up, have you ever considered starting an onlnie database for all these records?
    "Quicquid agas age"

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    ] have you ever considered starting an onlnie database for all these records?

    Negative, as I already regularly e-mail such historic details to Websites that have on-line databases for military aviation accident records. 8D
    Republic of Korea Air Force KF-16 missing photographs

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    Anyone have details on the F-2B crash that happened recently? I saw the footage and it looked pretty crazy. No one was hurt I don't think thankfully.
    Fox-4!

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    I think that happened yesterday. Yes, the two pilots were hurt, but given the fire, they are quite lucky to be alive.
    pb::

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    Thumbs up F-2 Viper Zero

    ] Anyone have details on the F-2B crash that happened recently?

    See post #23 in this thread, scribbled by one of the usual suspects WRT military aviation accidents in Northeast Asia. {nudge, wink}

    ] but given the fire, they are quite lucky to be alive.

    They are freaking lucky to be alive. They survived the first drop from about 50 m AGL, which broke off the nose cone, then the second bad bounce, then when the flaming Viper Zero stopped in the grass, they didn't or hadn't ejected; but the rear-seater, who was relatively lightly wounded, immediately helped the front-seater, who was relatively heavily wounded, to get out of town on foot, very fast.

    (As I'm writing this, I haven't figured out the serial number, which I think is visible on the right side, below the front seat, in some photos; but I'm guessing 43-8126.)
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    Republic of Korea Air Force KF-16 missing photographs

    http://www.f-16.net/aircraft-databas...irforce/ROKAF/

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    Angry F-2 Viper Zero

    ] but I'm guessing 43-8126.)

    According to the photo at
    http://mainichi.jp/select/jiken/graph/20071031/6.jpg
    in
    http://mainichi.jp/select/jiken/grap...031/index.html
    the serial number is either "126" (43-8126) or "128" (43-8128), but based on the list at
    http://www.f2-supporter.net/F2info/F2B/index.html
    which is last updated on 2006.11.13, "128" is assigned to 3rd Hikoutai, based at Misawa AB, not to "4th Koukuudan, based at Matsushima AB" as reported in news articles.

    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...00004-yom-soci
    recalls: five years ago, nine JASDF aircraft under maintenance at the same MHI factory were sabotaged. Some electric cables were cut, etc.
    Last edited by Don Chan; 1st November 2007 at 17:12.
    Republic of Korea Air Force KF-16 missing photographs

    http://www.f-16.net/aircraft-databas...irforce/ROKAF/

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    Angry F-2 Viper Zero

    http://www1.airliners.net/search/pho...nct_entry=true

    43-8126 with 21st Hikoutai 30th anniversary special markings in 2006.

    http://www.habu2.net/vipers/viperkits/72/kits72.c.html
    http://www.hasegawa-model.co.jp/06-12.html

    43-8126 with 21st Hikoutai 30th anniversary special markings, model kit by Hasegawa.
    Republic of Korea Air Force KF-16 missing photographs

    http://www.f-16.net/aircraft-databas...irforce/ROKAF/

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