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Dead-on view of a Ki-48 aircraft, date unknown

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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 5 May 2011

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
25 Mar 2011 07:28:42 PM

Photograph one and two of the same aircraft
unit is not identified, or location, but the
Lily is a Ki-48-IIa, Type 99,Model 2A.
Later the Lily was used for Special Attack / Kamikaze missions armed with a 800kg/1,760lb bomb.
1,997 were built the Ki-48 was operated by the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force saw service in China, Philippines, Malaya, Burma
New Guinea, Soloman Islands and Dutch East Indies

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