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Old 10th June 2021, 21:56
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Re: Korean War Aircraft Loss Database

American USAF claims over Korea were extremely suspect. Recent research reduces the ratio to around 2:1. The desire to claim a massive superiority over the "Commies" plus some old-fashioned ace race competition led to ridiculous levels of kills being awarded on very dubious evidence.
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