The Fuji T- 1 was Japan' s first jet- powered trainer aircraft. The first flight was in January 1958.
A total of 66 T- 1 planes were built. It was retired in March.
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The World War II Allied names for Japanese aircraft were reporting names, often described as codenames, given by Allied personnel to Imperial Japanese aircraft during the Pacific campaign of World War II. The names were used by Allied personnel to identify aircraft operated by the Japanese for reporting and descriptive purposes. Generally, Western men' s names were given to fighter duct description.