By Earle E. Partridge

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E. Let me say that differently: the results were measurable because we had good intelligence, effort was the difficult but the significance of the thing to determine. The North Koreans and the Chinese could fire 50 shells a day or 500, depending on what they had. There was little or no difference in results between their firing 50 and their firing 500 because neither side was moving significantly. Kohn: So Korea, after the stablization of the Main Line of Resistance, was a case where interdiction, in fact, depended on the demands and the needs of the armies.

Period of time in a limited area, in which case there was a concentration of air forces to counter them. We think we made the North Koreans and the Chinese pay a very high price for their offensive actions. e. Let me say that differently: the results were measurable because we had good intelligence, effort was the difficult but the significance of the thing to determine. The North Koreans and the Chinese could fire 50 shells a day or 500, depending on what they had. There was little or no difference in results between their firing 50 and their firing 500 because neither side was moving significantly.

General Partridge was Fifth Air Force Commander for two years before the North Korean invasion, and he led the USAF's tactical air forces during the first year of the war. For example, when word down off came the investigate what Russian or thirty miles. had no sooner had happened. Clark replied, Force headquarters, ten minutes. of our coast near we members had Air Force reconnaissance Fighters a report was expecting headquarters aircraft Vladivostok. received that an attack. " surface example you He issued ships of how were the go get off to one to Fifth Air Force just as Clark walked Morning, " when Barcus pointed out can distance shot launched Word came said, "Good " Jocko, short were been boat said, a very the one day had in a rubber Barcus "You're That's to be in Fifth one and the pilot crew twenty in.

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