Story of MiG 15 told by B29 Korean Veteran

September 19, 2007 at 12:50 am | Posted in aeroplane, history | Leave a comment

http://www.b-29s-over-korea.com/MIG-15/Perf_Mig-15_Combat_1.html
In the end he felt the American fought in Koren Pennisula for nothing. Still the Korean is divided ny 38 degree N.

“AN ENDING TO A FORGOTTEN WAR

On July 27, 1953, both sides were ready to sign an armistice. The last plane to fly over was an RB-29 from the 91st SRS which dropped leaflets. The ground war had ceased, all was quiet, the conflict was over. The Korean war had proved absolutely nothing, we were back at the 38th Parallel. To most of the Korea veterans the war is only a fading memory, soon to be completely forgotten. Most never voiced their opinion, never complained, never demonstrated. Most never were asked to tell their stories, and now, their memories are fading as quickly as their photographs. There are very few books about the air war, practically no movies. The Korea Veteran is destined to leave this earth without ever understanding the apathetic attitude shown them by the American People.”

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