Winning Korea is winning the Silk Road: Empires of the Silk Road: 1 of 2: A History of Central Eurasia from the Bronze Age to the Present 1by Christopher I. Beckwith

Apr 22, 02:40 AM
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English: Vought F4U-4 Corsair fighters of U.S. Navy fighter squadrons VF-114 Executioners (V-4XX) and VF-113 Stingers (V-3XX, on the catapult), assigned to Carrier Air Group 11 (CVG-11), on the aircraft carrier USS Philippine Sea (CV-47) during the Korean War in 1951/52. Another Essex-class carrier of Task Force 77 is visible in the background.

Date 1951/52

Source U.S. DefenseImagery [1] photo VIRIN: HA-SN-98-06975

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Winning Korea is winning the Silk Road: Empires of the Silk Road: 1 of 2: A History of Central Eurasia from the Bronze Age to the Present 1by Christopher I. Beckwith