This was the Japanese version of the German Junkers K-37. It saw action in the second Sino-Japanese war, but by the beginning of WWII it would only have been used in a training role. Even though it was obsolete in 1941 it was still given the Allied codename of "Louise" (alternately, "Loise").
Mitsubishi Ki.2-II Type 93
Type: Light Bomber Service: Japanese Army Air Force (JAAF) Crew: three Armament: two 7.7mm Type 92 machine guns 500 kg of bombs Reference: Francillon: , Mondey: Specifications: Length: 12.6 m Height: 4.635 m Wingspan: 19.952 m Wing area: 56.2 sq. m Empty Weight: 2800 kg Max Weight: 4500 kg Propulsion: No. of Engines: 2 Powerplant: Nakajima Jupiter engine Horsepower: 450 kW each Performance: Range: 900 km Cruise Speed: n/a Max Speed: 225 km/hr at 16895 ft Climb to/in: n/a Ceiling: 7000 m
Production: approximately 187 Ki-2s total
Additional information on this aircraft can be found at Wikipedia
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