By Warren Thompson
F4U Corsair devices of the Korean conflict КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Osprey Publishing LtdСерия: wrestle plane 78Автор(ы): Warren ThompsonЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2009Количество страниц: 50x2ISBN: 978-1-84603871-6Формат: pdf OCRРазмер: 44,6 mbThis e-book tells the tale of the 26 US army Squadrons, such a lot of that have been service dependent, and the six Marine Corps F-4 squadrons that flew strive against missions opposed to the North Koreans. Drawing from an enormous repository of non-public interviews with F-4 pilots, the writer paints a harrowing photo of the lethal wrestle of this usually forgotten air conflict. integrated during this quantity is the tale of Lt man Bordelon, the united states Navy’s sole ace of the Korean warfare, who flew an F4U-5N night-fighter opposed to the evening raiders despatched up by way of the Korean Air strength. assisting the textual content is an unlimited variety of formerly unpublished deepest pictures that carry the tales of those pilots to existence. ultimately the booklet comprises wide appendices that aspect each unit deployment via service, air team, Corsair version and tail code, in addition to precise lists noting each Corsair misplaced within the warfare. RAPIDили IFOLDER zero
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The following month the 'Death Rattlers' of VMA-323 were also withdrawn, enjoying a brief stay at Itami AB before moving to MCAS Atsugi and eventual transportation back to CONUS. By then it had achieved the distinction of being the longest-serving Marine tactical (VMA/VMF) air squadron of the Korean War. 2 combat hours since the unit arrived in-theatre in August 1950. Although the Marine Corps committed JUSt six Corsair units to the conflict in Korea, the exploits of these squadrons in the first ten months of the war are the stuff of legend.
Then they would cut loose with evelything. You would suddenly find yourself dazzled by streams of tracers from below and the flares floaring down from above. ", m :n :l> -I C) Z en that demonic glow, the vertigo problem became intense. On halfof my missions, [ was hit by small-calibre stuff- my aircraft was struck by an explosive round just the once. 'Our bomb loads were very effective in curting railway lines and sropping the lead vehicles of convoys. We specifically targeted the roads wellnorrh of the bomb line in the Sibyon-ni and Chorwon areas.
The North Koreans and Chinese devised a similar system using spotlights operated From the tops of ridges. Ens Russell Novak of YC-3 Det F flew F4U-5Ns from Kearsarge as part of CYG-101 in 1952-53. Here, he recalls a tactic employed to counter this warning system; 'The enemy was moving most of its supplies and equipment at night, even though night attack aeroplanes were making it costly for them to do so. They just kept coming regardless oflosses. Up in the hilly terrain, the roads invariably wound around the mountains and through the adjacent valleys.