U.S. 18th Fighter Bomber Wing and 2 Squadron of the South African Air Force, in Korea.
Korea Date:1951, August 30 Duration:56 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A formation of four U.S. aircraft flies over a building at the Korean base of the U.S. 18th Fighter Bomber Wing. Two pilots check orders as they walk towards an aircraft. Close view of insignia on the side of the plane shows two concentric circles with the outer being dark and the inner white. The inner circle has a leaping Springbok painted in it. This is one of the P-51s of 2 Squadron, South African Air Force, flying with the U.S. 18th Wing, in Korea. A pilot shows bullet hole in the insignia and the tail section of the plane. Several men near an aircraft. A demolished P-51. A number of P-51s refueled on the ramp. People on the ramp. Several aircraft take off in the background.
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