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America’s First Jet Fighters Went to War Against North Korea.

On November 8, 1950, a flight of four straight-winged jets swooped down on an airfield at Sinuiju, North Korea—on the Korean side of the border with China. The F-80 Shooting Stars raked the airfield with their six nose-mounted .50 caliber machine guns as black bursts of antiaircraft fire tore the …

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95-year-old WWII pilot honored posthumously

More than 70 years after the war ended, about 30 members of the Air Force’s 94th Airlift Wing gathered in a second-floor conference room at Dobbins Air Reserve Base to posthumously recognize Tom Richardson, a World War II veteran who led more than two dozen bombing raids in the European …

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