The first and only time a Japanese fixed-wing aircraft attacked the continental USA during the Second World War occurred during June 1942. The aircraft, a Yokosuka E14Y1 ('Glen') light submarine-based reconnaissance floatplane launched from the Japanese submarine I-25, dropped four incendiary bombs on the wooded Oregon coast.

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POSTERIZA (print images any size)

Print large-format plans with your desktop printer. This program is easy and intuitive to use. We have had many requests for such a free program. Anyone can use it to print full-scale plans in minutes.
We have tested many and believe this to easily be the best. The program is easy and intuitive to use. Anyone can use it to print large-scale plans in minutes.

• No installation required. No added files on your system.
• Use any Windows printer
• Use any paper supported by your printer. Any size. (A4, A3, Folio, Letter, etc)
Plans can be any size you want. Using this program you can ever cover an entire wall of of your house!
Use any image as background. Best supported formats are .BMP. You can even use just part of a photo.

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—did you know… the traditional scale for kit models: 1:144 1:100 1:72 1:48 1:32 1:24 (1/144 1/100 1/72 1/48 1/32 1/24) 
With 1/48 and 1/72 being the most popular for aircraft.

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POSTERIZA is great for printing posters, but I found it unsatisfactory for printing plans. It wants to size the image to fit the number of pages you select, but you can't size the image itself specifically. You can force the aspect ratio to remain constant. But you cannot print a plan at exactly 100 percent, it will fit to the closest approximation of pages you select.
A better application for this purpose is PosteRazor. It is IMO even easier to use, and allows you to size your image either to a specified size, or percentage of original image size, or to fit a selected number of pages (as Posteriza does). You can, therefore, print at exactly 100-percent, or resize very precisely however you may wish.
Posted By: Karl Swartz on 15/04/2013 at 20:59:38

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