by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller
“During the Korean War, most of the battles between F-86s and MiG-15s took place several miles above the swath of land near the Yalu River, known as MiG Alley. There, American and Communist pilots fought against each other in engagements that would last a total of seconds (not many of them!). The results of these jet age dogfights were recorded by gun cameras equipped with shutters that were triggered automatically when the pilot fired his weapons. Smile! You 're on Candid Camera and I'm on your six!”
1) Turn towards the “STATUE OF LIBERTY”
2) Climb to “9000” feet
3) Turn to The Gallery section at the end of this scenario. Match the following name with the appropriate aircraft, and go to the AirLeg indicated.
Spad S. VII