Planes of the 18th Fighter Bomb Wing of the U.S. Air Force refueled in Korea.
Korea Date:1951, August 28 Duration:1 min 6 sec Sound:NO SOUND
F-51 aircraft of the USAF 18th Fighter Bomber Wing, being refueled at Chinhae Base (K-10) in Korea. . A partially completed aircraft hangar. A soldier stands near it. Gasoline trucks being driven out of the hangar. The sign on the hangar reads 'Refueling, We fuel them, You fly them'. Several F-51s from 2 Squadron of the South African Air Force (SAAF), attached to the 18th Wing, being refueled. They display their logo, a winged tiger, and motto, "Sursum Prorsusque." (Upward and Onward). Close view of the hose of gasoline truck as it unwinds. Meter in operation. An airman refuels one of the P-51s. Pilot in the cockpit.Smoke comes out of the nose section as the aircraft start engines. (Korean War)
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