The Blooding of America’s Jet
By Jack Broughton
The first US pilots in Korea had to
learn on the job, in the toughest possible way.
By John Lowery
In 1953, Ken Rowe, then known as No
Kum-Sok, used his North Korean MiG-15 to make a daring escape to freedom.
By Peter Grier
No US ground troop has been killed in
an enemy aircraft attack since the Korean War.
By Walter J. Boyne
He came perilously close to washing out
as a pilot. Then, he became one of the greatest aces of all time.
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