Turkish Brigade in Korea.
Ejection of a MiG Pilot.
This unusual sequence of photos, taken by gun camera film of a U.S. Air Force F-86 “Sabre” jet fighter-interceptor shows a Communist MiG-15 pilot abandoning his aircraft after it has been hit by the “Sabre’s” gunfire. The MiG-kill went to 2Lt Edwin E. Aldrin Jr, Montclair, NJ, on May 14, 1950 during a 6-day period which saw Air Force “Sabre” pilots destroy 36 Red MiG jets.
Turkish soldiers in Korea, 1950
M46 Patton with tiger paint scheme. Korea, 1951.
Propaganda flyer used during the Korean War.
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