Korean War Photo Collection
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November 8, 1952: A U.S. Navy A-1 Skyraider seen at Seoul Air Base, Korea.

November 16, 1952: A U.S.A.F. F-80 Shooting Star FT-367 (458367) seen on take off from Kimpo Air Base, Korea.

November 16, 1952: A U.S.A.F. F-86 Sabre FU-675 (0675) seen at Kimpo Air base, Korea.

November 24, 1952: Arrival of General Mark W. Clark, Commander United Nation Forces and General James Van Fleet, Commander U.S. 8th Army, at Seoul, Korea.

November 24, 1952: General Mark W. Clark seen disembarking from a C-121A Constellation (8613) at Seoul, Korea. This aircraft is currently on display at the Planes of Fame Museum in Williams, Arizona.

November 24, 1952: From left to right, unknown, General Mark W. Clark, unknown, General James Van Fleet, seen at Seoul, Korea.

December 2, 1952: President Dwight David "Ike" Eisenhower seen at Seoul, Korea with (from left to right) General James Van Fleet, Charles Wilson (Secretary of Defense designate), Major John Eisenhower, General of the Army Omar N. Bradley, General Mark W. Clark, Herbert Brownell (Attorney General designate) and Admiral Arthur Radford.

(Thanks to Kathy Struss, Audiovisual Archivist at the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library & Museum in
Abilene, Kansas for providing the information on this photo.)

A B-17 Flying Fortress seen in Korea.

An unidentified airman seen in front of an A-26 Invader in Korea.
This collection was donated to MaritimeQuest by an anonymous donor. They were all taken in Korea in 1952-1953 and are all previously unpublished. In some cases the information on the back of the original photograph was destroyed when the photos were glued into a photo album and removed. Some of the photos had no information on them. If you can provide any information about the subjects please email the webmaster.

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