Aircraft Used During the Korean War, Page 2

Curtiss XP-60 in flight
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 Curtiss C-46E in flight, towing Waco CG-15A glider
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 Same Curtiss C-46E, and Waco CG-15A glider, as in above photo.
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 Grumman SA-16, 5th Rescue Squadron
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 Douglas C-54D, 9/27/1950, Kimpo Air Base, Korea.
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 Casualties being loaded by way of ramp, on a C-54D at Taegu, 1951.
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 This H-5G was fitted with two stretchers for evacuating the wounded.
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 This B-29, from the 19th Bomb Group, drops it's bombs on North Korea, Feb. 1951.

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 A T-6D, Korea 1951.
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 B-26C light bomber, on mission, Korea, 1951.
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 Napalm explosion, Korea, 1951.
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This British Meteor, was used by the Royal Australian Air Force. It was part of the No. 77 Squadron, which was a unit attached to a USAF fighter wing. Prior to using the Meteors, they flew F-51s.
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