RED CHINA: Two Kills, Two Probables

In Korea, where peace is precarious and the Communists openly defy the truce by moving in forbidden troops and supplies, the U.S. likes to keep an aerial watch on the enemy. The Chinese Communists do not like to have intruders flying over the northern half of the Yellow Sea, in the vicinity of Port Arthur and Dairen or the big MIG base at Antung, but the U.S. insists on its right to fly over international waters.

Last week eight Sabres from a South Korean base were jumped by 15 or 16 MIGs over...

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