War: Dad's Last MIG

Dad's Last MIG Lieut. James F. ("Dad") Low, 27, left Korea for the U.S. last week, through with combat but not with flying. The Air Force has belatedly become the focus of his life: with nine MIG kills to his credit, he is one of the three top U.S. jet aces.—At 25, Jim Low thousht of himself as a failure and a misfit. He had tried being a gambler, but could get nowhere with cards, dice or horses. Raised in Sausalito, a California town across the bay entrance from San Francisco, he had served three wartime years in the Navy as...

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