Mao Anying, the eldest son of Mao Zedong, was killed in action by an air strike during the Korean War.
There is the abstract from wikipedia:
Mao was Peng Dehuai's secretary and Russian translator in the Chinese People's Volunteer Army at the time of his death. He was stationed in the army headquarters with Peng Dehuai in caves near an old gold mining settlement, which offered excellent protection from American air attacks. The evening of 24 November 1950, two P-61 Black Widows were spotted on a photo reconnaissance mission by the Chinese on the ground near the location. The next day on 25 November at around noon, a South African Air Force A-26 bomber dropped four napalm bombs, one of which hit a makeshift house near the cave, killing Mao Anying and another officer who were cooking their lunch in violation of war-time regulations of Chinese Army.1
However, the reference article 6 does neither mention about South Africa Air Force nor A-26 bomber, the article just say UN army's B-26 killed Mao Anying.
1. Was Mao Anying killed by South African or by some other air force from other countries (within UN army)?
2. Who commanded the air strike and who took part in the attack?