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C-47s embarked on new roles-flare-droppingin support of B-26 and F-82 night raids and serving as communications platforms to connect the TacticalAir Control Center,TACPs, and T-6 Mosquito aircraft. FEAF Bomber Command raided enemy marshaling yards, airfields, and supply centers, dropping more than 6,700 tons of bombs in more than 720 sorties. Superfortress crews occasionally struck bridges with radio-guided bombs, but they largely avoided northwestern Korea where they might have encountered scores of MiG-15s.
October 21-30: The enemy flew sorties over North Korea daily for the first time during the war. MiGs appeared in numbers exceeding a hundred, consistently outnumbering their F-86 counterparts, and downed three at a cost of five of their own lost to Sabres. October 22: Two SA-16s, 3d ARS, rescued the twelve-man crew of a downed B-29, the highest number of individuals rescued by an SA-16 on any day in the war. October 23: In one of the bloodiest air battles of the war, during a 307th BW raid on Namsi Airfield, MiG-15s destroyed three B-29s and one F-84, and damaged five other bombers.
An absence of major ground activity and a decline in airlift requirements coincided with frequent periods of unfavorable weather. FEAF also faced growing shortages of aircraft because of attrition and increased numbers of aircraftout of commission. Gen. S. Air Force, notified General Weyland that FEAF could not expect further augmentation in jet fighters, since a general buildup in Europe required more aircraft. Also, other aircraft types, particularlyB-26s and F-51s, which were experiencing high attrition rates, could not be replaced because they were no longer in production.
Butcher Bird: The Focke-Wulf Fw 190 by Edward Shacklady