P-51 and F-51 planes of the U.S. Air Force in Korea.
Korea Date:1951 Duration:3 min 22 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Pilots of P-51 and F-51 planes of the U.S. Air Force prepare to take off in Korea. Interior of a briefing room. An officer briefs the pilots. The officer points towards a map. Close view of pilots' faces as they listen to the officer. The pilots come out of the briefing room. Several F-51s in a row. A pilot climbs onto the wing of F-51. The pilot talks to a crew chief. Another pilot checks a note book while standing on the wing of the plane. Yet another pilot climbs into the cockpit of a P-51. Rockets and bombs on the plane. Shadow of rotating propeller on the ground. Close view of nose section of the plane. A pilot in the cockpit of a stationary P-51. 'Pilot-Lieutenant Bell, Crew Chief—Sergeant Olson' written on the side of the plane. A P-51 taxies on the ground past a partially complete hangar. Two men talk. A number of F-51 planes on runway await signal for take off. A jeep and a man across airfield. Several stationary R-5 helicopters in the background. A ground crew member signals P-51s to take off. The planes take off. Two crew chiefs stand and watch the take off. A truck parked across the runway. The driver looks at the planes as they take off. Roof of the hangar shows large hole in the steel framework. F-51 flies overhead. F-51s in flight. Four P-51s in flight. .
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