Wings Clipped: A Redhawk Captured in Korea

United Nations Prisoners of War in Pyoktong POW camp, north Korea, 1952-53. Propaganda photograph of POWs in Chinese communist-provided uniforms eating apples in the other ranks POW camp, Pyoktong, in the winter of 1952-53, when the temperature dropped as low as -43 degrees F. Left to right: Captain C Copeland (half obscured) of the U.S. Army; Warrant Officer Ronald David Guthrie of No. 77 Squadron RAAF; WOII Baker (company sergeant major) of the British Gloucestershire Regiment (standing); Sergeant Ali of the Turkish Army (front). Members of the Chinese army in the background. This photograph was taken by a Chinese interpreter and was stolen from his desk by Warrant Officer Guthrie. (Australian War Memorial photo)

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