U.S. Air Force F-51 aircraft of 18th fighter bomber wing, landing at Chinhae Base (K-10) in Korea
Korea Date:1951 Duration:1 min 16 sec Sound:NO SOUND
F- 51 planes of the U.S. Air Force 18th fighter bomber wing landing in Korea on the completion of a mission. Four P-51s in flight. A formation of three P-51s. Mobile control vehicle standing by as F-51s land.F-51s land and taxi into the parking area. Crew chief guides a plane to parking spot. A refueling truck and several planes on the ramp area. One F-51 has 'Sweet Alice' written on it. Two pilots walk away discussing the mission. F-51 that crash-landed seen alongside the runway. Several people near the plane. An insignia on the side of the plane shows two concentric black and white circles with the inner white having a deer painted in it. The pilot shows machine gun bullet holes in fuselage and the tail section of the plane. The P-51 belongs to 2 Squadron, South African Air Force (SAAF) attached to the 18th Wing. Their logo,a winged tiger, and moto, "Sursum Prorsusque." (Upward and Onward) appear on the fuselage.
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