This record is a part of the U.S. Air Force's Korean warfare 50th Anniversary Commemorative sequence. "We now be aware of, as we by no means knew it within the Air strength earlier than, that we will fly something, at any place, any time. weather, mountains, oceans—those can’t cease us."
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