Air Enthusiast 2003-05
D.Gordon - Sabres with 'Eyes'
In 1953, at the end of the Korean War, the 67th TRW flew the RB-26, RF-80 and T-33 as well as the RF-86 Sabre. All the wing's aircraft are seen in the company of a Marine recce Banshee.
Detail of Khorol airfield showing Tu-4s on ramps.
In 1953, at the end of the Korean War, the 67th TRW flew the RB-26, RF-80 and T-33 as well as the RF-86 Sabre. All the wing's aircraft are seen in the company of a Marine recce Banshee.
In 1953, at the end of the Korean War, the 67th TRW flew the RB-26, RF-80 and T-33 as well as the RF-86 Sabre. All the wing's aircraft are seen in the company of a Marine recce Banshee.
RF-86F-30 'Haymaker' 52-4864, Tom Hagler's 'Pretty Billie'.
RF-86A 48-257, a project 'Ashtray' aircraft named 'MiG Killer' at K-14 in 1952.
A front view of 'MiG Killer, RF-86A 48-257.
In 1953, at the end of the Korean War, the 67th TRW flew the RB-26, RF-80 and T-33 as well as the RF-86 Sabre. All the wing's aircraft are seen in the company of a Marine recce Banshee.
RF-86F-30 'Haymaker' 52-4864, the mount of Lt Tom Hagler and was named 'Pretty Billie'.
RF-86F-30 'Haymaker' 52-4585 over Japan in 1954.
An 'Ashtray' and a 'Heymaker' of the 15th TRS on finals at Komaki in 1954.
RF-86F-30 'Ashtray' 52-4330, piloted by Captain LaVerne Griffin. This aircraft was used to test the installation of a cine camera carried in a modified pod on the port wing.
RF-86A 48-196, the first of the 'Ashtrays' - it arrived at Kimpo in April 1952.
RF-86F-30 'Ashtray' 52-4529 flown by 1st Lt Charlie Witmer out of K-14 in 1953.
RF-86A 48-217, named 'Priss 8-th' by its pylot Clyde Voss. It was the first of the 'Honeybuckets' and was to be the only RF-86 to be lost in combat.
Captain LaVerne Griffin of the 15th TRS mounts his 'Haymaker' prior to a mission at Komaki in early 1954.
An RF-86F 'Haymaker' pilot going about his clandestine mission over North Korea on January 12, 1955, taken by his wingman.
In 1953, at the end of the Korean War, the 67th TRW flew the RB-26, RF-80 and T-33 as well as the RF-86 Sabre. All the wing's aircraft are seen in the company of a Marine recce Banshee.