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Hot Shots: An Oral History of the Air Force Combat Pilots of the Korean War
Jennie Ethell Chancey & William R. Forstchen (ed.). The Korean War, from 1950-1953, was the proving ground for post-World War II aviation, when the first generation of jet aircraft took to the skies to tangle in deadly combat. It was the battlefield for Sabres & MiGs, American Hot Shots & Communist Honchos. And more than ever before, control of the skies meant victory or failure in the ground war raging below. This book captures the voices of the original top guns, the pilots who flew Mustangs, Sabres, & Shooting Stars & confronted a superior number of enemy aircraft. These compelling firsthand accounts are combined with dozens of never-before-published photographs of air force pilots at work, as well as a history of the major events of the war.
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