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Old 2nd February 2020, 09:47
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Wild Weasel Mitchell in Korea

In his book "Wild Weasel" (Squadron Signal 1986) Larry Davis speak of TB 25J Mitchell "ferrets" leading B 26 in hunter-killer missions in Korea.

Can you confirm this ?

Thank you very much

Alain
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