A MiG-15 to Freedom: Memoir of the Wartime North Korean Defector Who First Delivered the Secret Fighter Jet to the Americans in 1953

# A MiG-15 to Freedom: Memoir of the Wartime North Korean Defector Who First Delivered the Secret Fighter Jet to the Americans in 1953 ä PDF Read by # No Kum-Sok with J. Roger Osterholm eBook or Kindle ePUB Online free. A MiG-15 to Freedom: Memoir of the Wartime North Korean Defector Who First Delivered the Secret Fighter Jet to the Americans in 1953 Moondog said This Needs to be Made into a Movie. This book is remarkable for several reasons:(1) Lt. No Kum-Sok does a wonderful job illustrating the horrors of Communism, particularly that of the North Korean variety;(This Needs to be Made into a Movie according to Moondog. This book is remarkable for several reasons:(1) Lt. No Kum-Sok does a wonderful job illustrating the horrors of Communism, particularly that of the North Korean variety;(2) He provides good insights into how China and Russ

A MiG-15 to Freedom: Memoir of the Wartime North Korean Defector Who First Delivered the Secret Fighter Jet to the Americans in 1953

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Rating : 4.39 (522 Votes)
Asin : 0786431067
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 231 Pages
Publish Date : 2018-02-21
Language : English

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The late J. . About the Author No Kum-Sok lives in Florida. Roger Osterholm lived in Florida

citizen. At his request, No came to the United States and became a U.S. airmen at Kimpo Air Base near Seoul, Korea, were startled to see landing a MiG-15, the most advanced Soviet-built fighter plane of the era, piloted by Senior Lieutenant No Kum-Sok, a 21-year-old North Korean Air Force officer. On September 21, 1953, U.S. Once he landed, Lieutenant No found that his mother had escaped to the South two years earlier, and they were soon reunited. His story provides a unique insight into how North Korea conducted the Korean War and how he came to the decision to leave his homeland.

Moondog said This Needs to be Made into a Movie. This book is remarkable for several reasons:(1) Lt. No Kum-Sok does a wonderful job illustrating the horrors of Communism, particularly that of the North Korean variety;("This Needs to be Made into a Movie" according to Moondog. This book is remarkable for several reasons:(1) Lt. No Kum-Sok does a wonderful job illustrating the horrors of Communism, particularly that of the North Korean variety;(2) He provides good insights into how China and Russia colluded to make life miserable for Americans;(This Needs to be Made into a Movie This book is remarkable for several reasons:(1) Lt. No Kum-Sok does a wonderful job illustrating the horrors of Communism, particularly that of the North Korean variety;(2) He provides good insights into how China and Russia colluded to make life miserable for Americans;(3) His escape--nothing short of miraculous--is a testament of profound courage, skill, and maturity.While he was in North Korea, there were many instances where he had the smarts to spe. ) His escape--nothing short of miraculous--is a testament of profound courage, skill, and maturity.While he was in North Korea, there were many instances where he had the smarts to spe. ) He provides good insights into how China and Russia colluded to make life miserable for Americans;(This Needs to be Made into a Movie This book is remarkable for several reasons:(1) Lt. No Kum-Sok does a wonderful job illustrating the horrors of Communism, particularly that of the North Korean variety;(2) He provides good insights into how China and Russia colluded to make life miserable for Americans;(3) His escape--nothing short of miraculous--is a testament of profound courage, skill, and maturity.While he was in North Korea, there were many instances where he had the smarts to spe. ) His escape--nothing short of miraculous--is a testament of profound courage, skill, and maturity.While he was in North Korea, there were many instances where he had the smarts to spe. "'Pour out and zero-in this vindictive ammunition to the damn Yankees!'" according to Kalikiano Kalei. "Pour out and zero-in this vindictive ammunition to the damn Yankees!" So reads an inscription in red Korean characters just below No Kum-Sok's gunsight in his swept-wing MiG-15bis fighter jet . That inscription may still to this day be seen by visitors to the US Air Force Museum, where his North Korean MiG (aircraft number 2057) has been on display for the past several decades. [A small photo of `Glorious Leader' Kim Il-Sung was originally displayed ne. "Great first hand account of life in an enemy cockpit." according to A Customer. All right all right! In cyberspace I stand corrected its No, not Ro Kum-Sok. I never could get those Korean names straight when I lived there either. Rudyard Kipling would have loved Seoul.This is a good book, interesting reading. As a non-flyer, non-pilot all the tech talk about MiGs vs. Sabres is a bit daunting, but if you are a fan of the Public Television show Wings, this book is for you.The book starts with the author landing at Kimpo before some d

No Kum-Sok lives in Florida. The late J. . Roger Osterholm lived in Florida

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