F-51 Mustangs of the South African Air force attached to the U.S. Air Force18th Fighter Bomber Wing in Korea.
Korea Date:1951, August 25 Duration:55 sec Sound:NO SOUND
F-51 Mustang aircraft of 2 Squadron, South African Air Force (SAAF), fly overhead, in two flights of 4 aircraft each, and peel off for landing. This Squadron, attached to the USAF 18th Fighter Bomber Wing, is operating at K-10, Chinhae (aka Jinhae) Air Base, where one of their F-51s, displaying SAAF markings is seen taxiing to park. Other aircraft of the 18th Wing are seen parked in the background. Another F-51D, with USAF markings, tail number 45-11736, and shark's teeth painted on its nose, taxis out of the parking area. This aircraft is from the 12th Fighter Bomber Squadron, and piloted by Lt. James Glessner. (Korean War)
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