By John Newhouse
The industrial airline is among the such a lot risky, dog-eat-dog corporations on this planet, and within the overdue Nineteen Nineties, Europe’s Airbus overtook America’s Boeing because the preeminent plane producer. although, Airbus speedy succumbed to an analogous complacency it as soon as challenged, and Boeing regained its precarious position on most sensible. Now, after years of heated conflict and mismanagement, either businesses face the problem of serving burgeoning Asian markets and stiff festival from China and Japan. Combining insider wisdom with bright prose and perception, John Newhouse supplies a riveting tale of those titans of the sky and their struggles to stick within the air.
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But negotiationsat Kaesong went badly, and then broke down. Fifth Air ForceF-86s maintained air superiority over Korea by destroying four MiG-15s and holding enemy aircraftto the vicinity of the Yalu River, thus allowing UN aircraft farther south to operate without interference. Plannersreasoned that the CCF logistical system would quickly break down if the railroads could be made unusable. FEAF therefore initiated a rail interdiction campaign, carrying the same code name, Operation Strangle, as the short-lived campaign in June and July of 1951.
As the shortcomings of Operation Strangle became evident, FEAF planners looked for other ways to stem the flow of enemy resourcestoward the front. The enormous buildup in the numbers of MiG-15 fighters and growing experience and competence of pilots led the enemy to seek air superiority as far south as Pyongyang. Avoiding the formidable jet fighter formations that escorted FEAF Bomber Command B-29s, the MiGs attacked vulnerable fighter-bomber and reconnaissance aircraft operating north of Pyongyang.
Troops in northeastern Korea concluded after delivering 1,580 tons of supplies and equipment and moving nearly 5,000 sick and 25 wounded troops. Participating airlift units conducted 350 C-1 19 and C-47 flights. December 11: The X Corps began loading ships in Hungnam Harbor. December 14: As Chinese forces approached, FEAF Combat Cargo Command began an aerial evacuation from Yonpo Airfield near Hamhung. A FEAF airplane dropped the first Tarzon bomb to be used in Korea on a tunnel near Huichon, with limited effectiveness.
Boeing Versus Airbus: The Inside Story of the Greatest International Competition in Business by John Newhouse