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Air International 1983-11
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L.Berns - Full of Eastern Promise /Veteran & Vintage/
In Chinese insignia, this MiG-15 bears nine "kill" stars on the fuselage.
This North Korean MiG-15 bears eight stars, indicating "kills", on the fuselage beneath the cockpit.
Although well preserved, the aircraft in the North Korean museum are hemmed in by pillars, making good photography virtually impossible. The exhibits include a MiG-15, in North Korean military markings.
Photography is less difficult in the Chinese museum, where the exhibits include this MiG-15 in Chinese markings.
This Yak-9 in the North Korean museum is representative of the fighters most used by the Communist forces at the start of the Korean war.
Another "defector" from Taiwan, this North American F-86E has a red nose and yellow fuselage band.
Contrasting with the immaculate condition of the "home products" in the North Korean museum is the wreckage of a US Navy AD Skyraider and F9F Panther. No information is given to show where these wrecks were recovered.
The North American F-51D Mustang bears the insignia of the People's Republic, showing that it is one of several acquired when the Nationalist forces left the mainland for Taiwan.
One of two Lockheed U-2s displayed in the Chinese museum, bearing Nationalist Chinese markings and obviously recovered after being shot down or damaged in a forced landing.
China's museum contains several examples of aircraft that have defected to the People's Republic of China from Taiwan. They include this T-33 with yellow nose and tip tanks and red fin.
Contrasting with the immaculate condition of the "home products" in the North Korean museum is the wreckage of a US Navy AD Skyraider and F9F Panther. No information is given to show where these wrecks were recovered.
Although well preserved, the aircraft in the North Korean museum are hemmed in by pillars, making good photography virtually impossible. The exhibits include a Yak-18, in North Korean military markings.
The oldest aeroplane in the Chinese museum is this Tachikawa Ki-55, an advanced trainer used in large numbers by Japan at bases in China, where captured examples were used after Japan's surrender.