3. Nakajima B5N

Plane Type: Torpedo Bomber
Fought For: Axis (Japan)
Complex Says: One of the trifecta of Japanese planes that took part in the deadly attack on Pearl Harbor, the B5N was also a major part in nearly every Japanese victory during the following year. With an armament consisting of a single, rear-firing 7.7mm machine gun and capacity for either 1,764 pounds of bombs or a single 1,764-pound torpedo, it claimed a 90 percent hit rate against enemy targets.