The world's only fully operational World War II Zero fighter plane, specially shipped from the United States to the Tokorozawa Aviation Museum in Saitama Prefecture, gets an engine runup during an exhibition that started Saturday. The U.S. Marines captured the aircraft, a model the Allies called the "Zeke," intact on Saipan in the Northern Mariana Islands in 1944.



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