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In a message dated 9/27/2002 6:45:58 PM Central Daylight Time, AMPSOne@aol.com writes:
I sure could be wrong Cookie but it was a swept back wing jet and I was of the opinion that the Saber was the only swept back wing plane in Korea . I remember that the Napalm fell end over end like it was nothing but a big can .
Jerry KW 51-52
Thanks. I have most of the Dorr/Thompson books and the one on the F-84 and
the F-86s show no napalm, plus the F-84 book states in no uncertain terms
that Thunderjets only carried bombs and rockets. The one on F-86Fs indicates
they carried a pair of conventional bombs that could be dropped in a hurry so
they could go chase MiGs.