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2008-05-14 11:01:14
Where do you people get this crap? The Japanese used Kamikazes for one simple reason - they did not have enough highly trained experienced pilots to do the job in the proper manner (ie dropping bombs.) Kamikazes had to return to base for a variety of reasons, mechanical failure that would prevent the aircraft from making it to the target area, bad weather, inability to find the target.
2008-03-15 03:05:57
2008-03-14 06:30:48
These planes were assigned as Kamikaze because Japan had more planes than fuel: fighters were fueled by few gallons of liquid, manufactured from pine roots. They simply couldn't return to base but could carry few hundreds pounds of explosion. Most unlucky (?!) pilots missed their targets and planes weren't able to make a turn to attack again.