On Wed, 13 Jul 2005, Anders Holm wrote:
> Yep, though if it's a construction which "releases" from the craft
> at take off, the craft will not haul that weight with it, as well
> as it can be reused for the next take off ...
That would, apparently, be the Nakajima Ki-115:
"The Tsurugi had very poor handling, stability, and take-off and
landing performance and could not be flown by anyone other than
experienced pilots. .... In the end, none of the 104 Ki-115a aircraft
produced entered operational service. The war was over and eager
volunteers never got to make their final flight."
I suspect most Kamikaze's were conventional japanese aircraft with
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