- Night into Day. // Time;2/12/1951, Vol. 57 Issue 7, p26
The article offers updates on the participation of the U.S. Air Force in the Korean war. An increasing number of military planes are being sent to Korea at night to drop magnesium flares, to produce daylight-like brightness over selected areas. It is also noted that the military have been using...
- Fallen Ace. // Time;2/18/1952, Vol. 59 Issue 7, p43
The article reports on the death of U.S. jet fighter ace Major George A. Davis Jr. in February 1952 while in a battle over North Korea's MIG Alley. During the battle, Davis killed two Communist MIG-15s, which are his 13th and 14th kills in the Korean war. It notes that Davis' Sabre jet was...
- MIA search continues in Korea. Elvin, John // Insight on the News;09/15/97, Vol. 13 Issue 34, p34
Reports that the search for American soldiers still missing from the Korean War is continuing. Description of the help provided by the North Koreans to search a battlefield in Unsan County; Return of the remains of some service men in August 1997.
- Tough Jets. // Time;12/18/1950, Vol. 56 Issue 25, p74
The article reports on the high survival value of jet fighters compared to propeller-driven aircraft based on the performance of U.S. Air Force fighter planes in Korea. The Air Force's Lockheed F80 Shooting Stars suffered only 25 percent of the losses due to enemy antiaircraft fire despite...
- Air War Over Korea. Y'Blood, William T. // Air Power History;Summer2000, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p4
Reports on the role of the United States Air Force in the Korean War. Effectiveness of the Far East Air Force; Comparison of the air war and the ground war; Arrival of the Soviet-built MiG-15; Targets of the U.S. Air Force.
- Air Superiority. // Air Power History;Summer2000, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p14
Reports on the superiority of the United States Air Force in the Korean War. Battle with Russian built MiG-15; Airplanes of the Far East Air Force.
- CLOSE AIR SUPPORT. // Air Power History;Summer2000, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p18
Focuses on the air support provided by the United States Air Force during the Korean War. Prevention of the Chinese and North Koreans from driving the United Nations forces from Korea; Missions of the Far East Air Force and the Fifth Air Force.
- Interdiction. // Air Power History;Summer2000, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p22
Reports on the United States Far East Air Force's interdiction efforts during the Korean War. Number of North Korean tanks destroyed during interdiction; Provision of close air support.
- Combat Cargo. // Air Power History;Summer2000, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p30
Reports on the role of the United States Air Force Combat Cargo Command during the Korean War. Airplanes used by the command; Handling of air-borne assault and air-dropped resupply.