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Aviation and Military Archaeology may cover almost any form of research into or collecting of artifacts connected with the history of aviation and military relics.

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A local fishermen have his large and heavy catch of the day by catching an aircraft propeller from seabed not far from Pangkor Island. He decided to bring it ashore and dump it near a beach which he might be furious that no one interested on his findings.

The news was spread to MHG and we advised Army Museum at Port Dickson to recovered the prop. After a long examination and research, the aircraft which used this prop was identified.

A Japanese A6M2 Zero version produced by Nakajima  using Sakae 12 or 10 Radial Engine used this kind of prop and 6 reduction gears. A similar prop was found intact with Nakajima A6M2 wreckage recovered from Lake Ogawarako, Northern Japan in 1998. - info from Katsushi Owaki.

 

 

 

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