Combat aviation of the world: the Kawasaki Ki-48, 九九式双発軽爆撃機 (shiki-souhatu-keibaku) shortened to ‘Sokei’, Army Type 99 Twin-engined Light Bomber)), was a Japanese twin-engine light bomber that was used during World War II. Its Allied reporting name was “Lily”.
The first flight was in 1939. Only 1997 aircrafts of this type were produced. The maximum bomb load is 800 kg. In 1945, part of the aircrafts was converted into a special assault group for kamikaze. Museum of the Great Patriotic War, Moscow.