Looks at the role of naval aviation in the Korean War, describes aircraft used by the Navy and examines U.S. air strategy during the conflict. Reissue.6-8-b3: 61 sorties. ... some eighty-five troops KIA for the day. of trench, three machinegun positions, seven mortar positions, and seventythree ... Ens. W. W. Spear, VF-194, was forced to ditch at sea due to engine failure on the way to the target.
|Title||:||The Naval Air War in Korea|
|Author||:||Richard P. Hallion|
|Publisher||:||University of Alabama Press - 2011-03-25|