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17.6k HanakoSan  one year ago

info from the wiki: Operation Moolah was a United States Air Force (USAF) effort during the Korean War to obtain through defection a fully capable Soviet MiG-15 jet fighter. Communist forces introduced the MiG-15 to Korea on November 1, 1950. USAF pilots reported that the performance of the MiG-15 was superior to all United Nations aircraft, including the USAF's newest plane, the F-86 Sabre. The operation focused on influencing Communist pilots to defect to South Korea with a MiG for a financial reward. The success of the operation is disputable since no Communist pilot defected before the armistice was signed on July 27, 1953. However, on September 21, 1953, North Korean pilot Lieutenant No Kum-Sok flew his MiG-15 to the Kimpo Air Base, South Korea, unaware of Operation Moolah.
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General Characteristics

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  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 32.9ft (10.0m)
  • Length 33.5ft (10.2m)
  • Height 13.4ft (4.1m)
  • Empty Weight 8,483lbs (3,848kg)
  • Loaded Weight 11,556lbs (5,242kg)


  • Power/Weight Ratio 0.729
  • Wing Loading 29.1lbs/ft2 (141.9kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 397.5ft2 (36.9m2)
  • Drag Points 2600


  • Number of Parts 527
  • Control Surfaces 5
  • Performance Cost 2,054
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    29.2k xNotDumb


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    At first I thought this would be like the German Corsair all over again but thankfully it isn’t

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    17.6k HanakoSan

    Credits to @RealSavageMan for the MiG-15 and @IdnManufacturer for the insingia

    @Seeras can you Auto-Credit this to this? thanks!

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    3,446 IQinventory

    Some north korean pilot defected to an US base in SE aisa and they put us marks on his mig 15.
    looks great

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    @FujiwaraAutoShop Mig15 did not. I remember that there were only a few models with afterburner in China, and the engine of mig17 was replaced.

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    61.5k MrCOPTY

    @FujiwaraAutoShop It's American, So Yes

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    17.6k HanakoSan

    @realSavageMan i mostly put credits in the comments
    Auto credit is also broken

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    Since you said it…
    Where’s credit in the description?

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    17.6k HanakoSan

    @FujiwaraAutoShop idk @RealSavageMan did it

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    is that a mig-15 afterburning

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    17.6k HanakoSan

    @MrSilverWolf ok sorry

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    @Turbo18 idk how to do that sorry

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