December 20, This day during the Korean War

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December 20, 1950 – The U.N. Command imposes censorship on all news media covering the war in Korea. The decision was made after the New York Times revealed Dec. 18 that F-86 Saber jets, the fastest planes in the Air Force at 670 miles per hour in straight flight, had gone into action Dec. 17, downing a MIG-15 over North Korea. The Air Force said it had asked all news outlets not to reveal the F-86’s entry into the war.

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