Mission Over Korea (Eyes of the Skies)
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Mission Over Korea (Eyes of the Skies)
Captain George Slocum (John Hodiak) and First Lieutenant Jerry Barker (Todd Karns) are longtime friends, assigned to the same US Army outfit in Korea during 1950, training South Korean army pilots in flying L5 observation planes. The L5's are slow-moving propeller aircraft, made mostly of wood and fabric and seemingly out-of-place in modern warfare -- but they're absolutely essential to military maneuvers and gunnery, even in the post-World War II era. George is sent to Japan just before Jerry's younger brother Pete (John Derek), also a pilot and a newly-minted second lieutenant,… More

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"Below average gung-ho war drama regarding the unpopular Korean War."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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