The Soviet Red Star MiGs That Weren’t Supposed to Exist in the Korean War

Red Star MiGs

November 1952: in the freezing air above Japanese waters with a low cloud cover and almost no visibility, four American Pilots flying Panther F9F-5s met seven MiG-15s that were not supposed to be there. Due to aircraft malfunctions, three of the four American pilots could not engage, leaving only one pilot, Lt. Royce Williams, to face off with the superior fighter jets. It is rumored that they all were mysteriously marked with a Soviet Red Star in what would come to be one of the best kept secrets of the Korean War
 
Credit to : Dark Docs

The Soviet Red Star MiGs That Weren’t Supposed to Exist in the Korean War

Red Star MiGs

November 1952: in the freezing air above Japanese waters with a low cloud cover and almost no visibility, four American Pilots flying Panther F9F-5s met seven MiG-15s that were not supposed to be there. Due to aircraft malfunctions, three of the four American pilots could not engage, leaving only one pilot, Lt. Royce Williams, to face off with the superior fighter jets. It is rumored that they all were mysteriously marked with a Soviet Red Star in what would come to be one of the best kept secrets of the Korean War
 
Credit to : Dark Docs