U.S. 315th Air Division C-46 transport planes drop parachute supplies for United Nations troops serving in Korea.
Korea Date:1952 Duration:4 min 55 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Air Force airlift operations in Korea during the Korean War. U.S. 315th Air Division operations show a C-46 Commando transport plane in flight over Korea. The pilot and the co-pilot in the C-46 plane. An aerial view of mountains. Interior of the C-46 shows the cargo in position and the crew making preparations for dropping the cargo. The crew moves the cargo packets into position at the door. They dump the packets out the door. Parachutes drop in the mountainous terrain at low altitude. UN troops stand near the drop area. The C-46 releases packets. A crew member looks out of the cargo hatch. The crew members shove packets out of the cargo door. An airman on a mountain looks through binoculars. Two Korean laborers remove a parachute from a pine tree. UN troopers remove the contents of the packets at the drop zone.
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