The Zero was a Japanese World War II fighter of which multiple versions were made. Model 32 The Zero fighter followed the model 21 in being used in the conflict in the Pacific Theater, entered production in the fall of 1942, mounted a Sakae 21 engine equipped with two superchargers, and its distinguishing feature was a main wing shortened by 50 cm on each side and with a square finish. It was superior to the Model 21 in terms of maximum speed, rate of climb and turning capacity.
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