Royal Hellenic air force aircraft takes off from Seoul air base in Seoul, Korea during the Korean War.
Seoul Korea Date:1953, April 24 Duration:2 min 9 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Far East Air Force operations in Seoul, Korea during the Korean War. C-47 (DC-3) aircraft parked at Seoul air base (K-16) airfield. A sign on the aircraft reads 'Royal Hellenic Air Force'. Officers stand near the aircraft as they talk amongst themselves. Patch on left shoulder of uniform reads 'U.N.Hellenic Flight 13'. Greece bullseye ensign painted on aircraft fuselage and tricolor on tail. Officers walk away from the aircraft and wave at one of their Greek Flight C-47s taxiing past. Airmen enter a quonset hut having a tall striped flagpole in front of it. A sign reads 'RHAF 13th Greek Flight'. A sign on a bullet pockmarked building reads 'Seoul City air base'. Two Republic of Korea airmen and a small boy, converse with an American airman. A Jeep and a truck pass in background. The Korean airmen walk away, eating something and the boy follows them, with hands in pockets.
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