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Old 28th December 2020, 17:47
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F-51H crash 6 Jan 49 Derry NH. Serial?

I would be grateful for information on this incident. Baugher's on-line list of serial numbers does not identify an F-51H lost this date. It was from a SAC fighter escort group. The pilot, Lt Brent Scowcroft, injured his back and decided to take up geopolitics rather than flying fighters.
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