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December 14, 1953



FIFTH AIR FORCE, KOREA-Airman Third Class Russell G. Darling of Rochester, N.Y., a member of the 51st Fighter Interceptor Wing motor vehicle squadron, instructs a Korean orphan, known only as "Moon", in the intricacies of touch typing.  Moon was adopted by the motor vehicle unit as its mascot and supplied with clothes, food and much needed affection.  He attends school from 6 to 8 in the evenings in Suwon.  Moon is one of the many Korean waifs adopted by U.S. Air Force units in Korea.

(U.S. Air Force Photo)  (AF 5413-3)


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