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Ted Williams left major league baseball to serve his country as a fighter pilot during the Korean War.  That makes him more a hero to me than his record-breaking batting average.

Ted Williams left major league baseball to serve his country as a fighter pilot during the Korean War. That makes him more a hero to me than his record-breaking batting average.

F4U Corsair, one of WWII’s greatest fighter planes. It could outfight, outclimb and (if need be) outrun any prop driven enemy.

Corsair, one of WWII’s greatest fighter planes. It could outfight, outclimb and (if need be) outrun any enemy aircraft in the Pacific theatre.

Australian Pilot Officer Randall (Randy) Green, a former member of No. 23 (City of Brisbane) Squadron RAAF prepares for a mission against targets in North Korea with No 77 Squadron RAAF. The nose art on his aircraft reads “the Korean Kid’. This Meteor, A77-316, was normally flown by Sergeant James C Kichenside, who served in Kimpo, Korea, from March until September 1952, completing 148 operational missions.

Australian Pilot Officer Randall (Randy) Green, a former member of No.

Chinese foot soldiers in the first winter of Korean War 1950-1951 .. .

Chinese foot soldiers in the first winter of Korean War .

aircraft of korean war | ... F2H Banshee was the top day/night/photo fighter of the Korean War

Banshee was the top day/night/photo fighter of the Korean War

Russell Brown Korean War Fighter Pilot

Russell Brown Korean War Fighter Pilot involved in the first jet-vs-jet air battle

330-PS-6004 (USMC A 348323): Major John F. Bolt, the first USMC “Ace” during the Korean War has downed his 5th and 6th MiGs while flying with the 5th Air Force in Korea as an exchange pilot. Major Bolt, who shot down six Japanese planes during World War II, flew 89 jet fighter-bomber missions with the First Marine Aircraft Wing, which has been assigned only close support and interdiction missions in Korea. He has flown 37 Sabre jet sweeps with the 5th Air Force, which is carrying the air…

330-PS-6004 (USMC A 348323): Major John F. Bolt, the first USMC “Ace” during the Korean War has downed his 5th and 6th MiGs while flying with the 5th Air Force in Korea as an exchange pilot. Major Bolt, who shot down six Japanese planes during World War II, flew 89 jet fighter-bomber missions with the First Marine Aircraft Wing, which has been assigned only close support and interdiction missions in Korea. He has flown 37 Sabre jet sweeps with the 5th Air Force, which is carrying the air…

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