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War That word is a scary word for a lot of people Back in 1950 that word was especially scary for the people of Korea when war broke out This war was to last for three years Three years of bombings hand-to-hand combat and misery In some cases however the soldiers were the safest people of all of them Especially if you were one of the lucky few who got to be pilots Whether you were a pilot for Russia flying their new top-notch MIG-15 or were flying the US also new and top-notch Sabre fighter jet in the air was obviously the best place to be in times of trouble Or was it In the Korean War there were two main air forces the US and Russia Each air force brought its share of strengths and weaknesses This essay will discuss the effectiveness of the Russian built MIG-15 vs the US built Sabre fighter jet in the Korean War This also includes any updated models of the MIG or the Sabre which may have battled against each other in the Korean War I will be comparing training number of fighter jets shot down on both sides of the war range speed maximum altitude thrust armor weaponry and electronic controls or lack there of I will also be looking the number of people lost From the beginning of the war the US was forbidden to cross the Yalu River This river divided North Korea from China Therefore the US primary targets became the bridges over the Yalu By trying to take out these bridges the US was going to disable the supply routes and transportation routes of the Russians Russian pilots had a major disadvantage to US pilots which was combat training experience Battles over MIG-Alley had taught the Communist air staffs that a drastic re-working of the way Russian pilots are trained must take place After a few short months of combat versus the
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