By Warren Thompson
This quantity (the moment in a brand new sequence) illustrates the entire clients of the F-86F, together with the South African Air Force's No.2 Squadron which flew with the 18th FBW, in modern wartime color. those plane have been the most vibrant F-86s ever to determine motion, and the writer has used his large touch base to acquire one of many greatest inner most collections of Korean color fabric on this planet. Accompanying the images are specified captions, fees from pilots in motion and a whole appendices directory of many of the devices that served in Korea, plus specifications/cutaways of the airplane flown.
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