The Kyūshū J7W1 Shinden (震電, "Magnificent Lightning") fighter was a World War II Japanese propeller-driven aircraft prototype that was built in a canard design. The wings were attached to the tail section and stabilizers were on the front. The propeller was also in the rear, in a pusher configuration. It was expected to be a highly maneuverable interceptor, but only two were finished before the end of war. Plans were also drawn up for a jet-powered version (J7W2 Shinden-Kai), but this never left the drawing board.
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Aces of the Pacific 1946: The J7W Shinden was the Navy's premier bomber interceptor. At high altitudes, its performance remained solid. Its heavy 30mm cannon could wreak havoc on B-29 formations.