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    September 1, 1983: Soviet Air Force Major Gennadi Osipovich, "piloting an Su-15 Flagon, shoots down Korean Air Lines 007, a Boeing 747-230B that had wandered off-course into Soviet airspace while flying from New York via Anchorage to Seoul." the Cold War

    US Air Force First Lieutenant being held captive by a young North Vietnamese girl, Vietnam War, 1967

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    Major Charles J. Rosenblatt with his crew His crew were Sergeant Perdue and Sergeant Culver. Rosenblatt was born in Tampa and was a long-time resident of Jacksonville. He served in the U.S. Air Force for 22 years and was a fighter pilot during both World War II and the Korean Conflict. He received two distinguished flying crosses, the Air Medal, and three Oak Leaf Clusters in World War II alone. He was credited with destroying four Nazi planes and damaging three others (1944).

    Cold War era Soviet Punks. i mean seriously, think about the balls it took to wear a FUCKING Rambo t-shirt in Soviet Russia! beats the hell out of your lip ring.

    Whoops. In 1961 the US Air Force accidentally dropped 2 nuclear bombs on North Carolina. Luckily neither exploded.

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    1955 Map Shows No-Go Zones for Soviet Travelers in the U.S. // "These restrictions mirrored Soviet constraints on American travel to the USSR. Both the United States and the Soviet Union had closely controlled the movement of all foreign visitors since World War II." // Also: The War Game That Almost Led To Nuclear Armageddon  www.foreignpolicy...

    The Cuban Missile Crisis began on Sunday October 14, 1962 when a United States Air Force U-2 aircraft on a photo-reconnaissance mission captured photographic evidence of Soviet missile bases under construction in Cuba. The United States considered attacking Cuba via air and sea, and settled on a military "quarantine" of Cuba.

    Finnish Air Force Brewster B-239.

    Front Cover Space Race in TIME During the Cold War the Soviet Union and the United States were competing in everything

    Original 1950s Cold War Era Fallout Shelter by TheOldTimeJunkShop, $32.50

    USSR Cold War propaganda poster "Europa"

    Nakajima Ki-43 Oscar captured after being abandoned by the Japanese at Lashio, Burma in March 1945. The Oscar had already been strafed and damaged by the U.S. 10th Air Force. (U.S. Air Force Photo)

    Soviet patriotic poster. This image is so simple, and yet so powerful.

    Titan I Missile, Cordele, GA: A relic of the Cold War, this Titan I Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) stands nearly 100 feet tall beside I-75 at Cordele. Local Rotary Club president John S. Pate, Jr., requested the surplus missile be dismantled and flown to nearby Warner Robins Air Force Base. From there it was delivered by truck to its present site. It was also given the dubious distinction of being named Confederate Air Force Launch Pad No. 1.

    Secret Soviet Radio Telescope. Closed Town. Irbene | Cold war sites

    Cold War Air Raid Drill ~ by GX Robinson. (Yes, we hid under our desks. So atomic bombs wouldn't kill us. I think now we were told to do this just so we wouldn't realize how vulnerable we were - so we wouldn't go mad thinking about it.)

    What We Can Learn From JFK | July 2, 2007

    1954 TIME Magazine Man of the Year - John Foster Dulles. U.S. Secretary of State under Republican President Dwight D. Eisenhower from 1953 to 1959. He was a significant figure in the early Cold War era, advocating an aggressive moralistic stance against communism throughout the world.

    Leonid Brežněv -- a household name during the Cold War