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Korean War Air Losses & Incidents Database for All Nations Opposing North Korea
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#NameFirst NamesRankMilitary ServiceHonoursStatusAircraft TypeTail NumberDateIncidentSquadronGroup or WingCircumstances Of Incident        Notes        Links        Photo          
1 WarrenDouglas 'Duke'FLTLTRCAF assigned to USAF (Canada)DFC, CD, Air Medal (USA)F-86 Sabre39th Fighter-Interceptor: Cobra Squadron
51st Fighter Interceptor WingService Number J/9735. May 28, 1922 – August 27, 2011. Canadian air force pilot and commander. He shared the nickname "Duke" with his identical twin brother, Bruce (Duke) Warren, who died in 1951. Douglas was known for participating as a pilot in the Dieppe Raid in World War II, and won the Distinguished Flying Cross in 1945. Doug's memoirs, titled "Gemini Flight" chronicled his and his brother's flying experiences. Commanding Officer of 410 F86 Sabre Squadron at RAF North Luffenham, England in 1952.
2 Williams Jr.Duke1LTUSMCRMCF4UB Corsair975181952-05-16VMF-212 Devil Cats
Hit by AAA in Haeju area, bailed out successfully

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