Pacific Air Forces dedicated Mr. Bones V, a newly repainted F-86E Sabre fighter aircraft on static display at JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, in honor of retired Lt. Gen. Winton "Bones" Marshall, a Korean War ace and former PACAF vice commander, during a ceremony, Dec. 8, 2011. Among his accomplishments, Marshall scored six and a half confirmed kills in less than one year during the Korean War, becoming the United States' fifth jet ace of that conflict. Here, Marshall and his wife Millie stand in front of Mr. Bones V on the day of the dedication.Air Force photo by SSgt. Gustavo Gonzalez
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