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RE: Are there any views from Flight Mechanics Russia/USA/China/NK/SK/UN
that book would give a nice new insite. All the books and research focuses
think survival stories offer a lot of information. It might provide more
critical information especailly from those that had to fix the damage.
Both sides had to trash planes and use them for parts.
Yes, there are but as
usual most of them are still in Russian. There was one very good article in
Mir Aviatsii a few years back (in the same issue with the "Three of One
Thousand" article that covered the know history of what the authors felt was
the most famous MiG from Korea -- Pepelyayev's 1315325, a MiG-15bis from the
13th production series at Factory No. 153. They covered the changes the
aircraft went through in Korea plus its combat damage and repairs.
MiG-15 book from Armada/Eksprint has been translated into English (by me) but
they haven't printed it yet. It covers production, development, and field
repairs with shots of combat damaged MiGs to boot.