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James S. 5th June 2020 15:56

Korean War Aces
 
I was wondering, how many aces from the Korean War are still living? I've been wondering that if there are American, Russian, etc. aces that are still living.

Thanks,
James

Frank Olynyk 5th June 2020 16:33

Re: Korean War Aces
 
Charles Cleveland is the only American Korean War ace surviving. I do not know about the Russian or Chinese aces.

Enjoy!

Frank.

James S. 5th June 2020 17:03

Korean War Aces
 
Wow, did not realize there would only be one U.S. Ace still living. I wonder how many Russian or Chinese Aces are still living?

Thank you so much Frank,

James Sontag

RSwank 6th June 2020 13:45

Re: Korean War Aces
 
There is an article here about Korean War Aces on all sides:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...ar_flying_aces


I wonder if Chinese ace Wang Hai is still alive? (He would be 94 years old.)

Russian ace Sergei Makarovich Kramarenko (10 April 1923 – 21 May 2020) just died.

James S. 6th June 2020 14:27

Korean War Aces
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by RSwank (Post 289970)
There is an article here about Korean War Aces on all sides:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...ar_flying_aces


I wonder if Chinese ace Wang Hai is still alive? (He would be 94 years old.)

Russian ace Sergei Makarovich Kramarenko (10 April 1923 21 May 2020) just died.


Thank you so much. I liked the article a lot.


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