A Japanese counterpart to the British Fairey Battle and American Vultee V11. The two-seat light bomber category of aircraft was a WW-I concept that proved to be outmoded during WW-II.
Barry, 18.02.2013 11:42
Initial problems with engine overheating saw the competing Mitsubishi Ki-30 ordered into production, as by July 1937 Japan was in a full scale war in China. However, 12 months later with it's problems resolved the Ki-32 was ordered and in the end exceeded the production of it's competitor.