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ENTTAL ,A Approved For Release 2000/06/08 : CI~=00 578008900080005-5 2. At 5:L5 a.m. 6 _IIG-159s left Antung for combat missions in Korea. CLASSIFICATION CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY INFORMATION REPORT REPORT NO. CD NO. 25X1A COUNTRY China DATE DISTR. 5 Oct.. 1951 SUBJECT Air Activities irL_Communist China NO. OF PAGES 4 25X1A 30 closed at 6:18 a.m.. and opened at 6:00 p.m. ? eee a4i' 62,1 la Nanking Airfield closed at 6:55 a.m. and ope e' I ~ g.~ ( aches Yl~ `i\..~-a . On 25 September, 2 I1IG-15's of the Chinese Communist 102 Air Regiment at Antung were destroyed during an air battle in the Chongju (125.13s, 39-1L2)- S nan ju (125.- 36, 39-36) area. One of these planes was shot down in the Unsan (125.48, 39-58) area. The pilot of one of these planes was slightly wounded and ::as sent to the Unsan hospital. The other plane was shot do;n in the Taschon (125-.30, 39-55) area. The pilot of this plane was missing. One jet plane of the 2.02 Air I egiment was damaged when it overshot the runway at Anturig, returning 1)y ore a combat mission in Koreas, 5, At 9:00 a.m. 1 U11,-1O left Yenchi for I ' aiyuan. 6. At 4:10 p.m. l LI('=?:E.5 arrived at Anshan from Antung. 7. At 1:36 p.m. TU-2 Ilumber 9,, piloted by YAU Ch' ang--ch'uan left Chinchou for Liaoyang, where it arrived at 2:26 p.m, 3. At 6:00 a.m. PO-2 Number 3 left Yangts'un for .Lisinch'en At 7:12 a.m. 1 P0-2 left Yangst'un for Chohsien. 9. At 6:08 a.m. F0-2 Number 72 left Chohsien for Yangts'un. 10. At 8:00 a.m. 20 T11--2's, with LIU Shat pen,%f ) as flight leader left Tsinan for Liaoyan;. 11, At 8:15 a.m. 9 TU 2's, left Tsinan for Liaoyang. i2. The following planes of the Chinese Conmaunist 26 Air Regiment at IJani:ing left Nanking for Liut' ing: CONFIDENTIAL i STATE AR4Y CLriSSIFICATIOl1 G1 I?~ w1-Z.-At I t I ' ' Ct0. I?-MAV~'`_I I-ETIV'L`f INCAI a~1.C 'ZT AL IJ T4.T! -~~ Approved For Re a 900/0 CONFIDENTIAL Approved For Rel 0005-5 -WAN ac At 7:00 a.ra. i TU 2. b. At 8:05 a.m. 9 aTU~ U 2 i s and I YAK-13. e. At 8:35 a.m. 9 -2 s and 1 YAK-11. 25X1A l3. A flight of 1 MMIG-9 a of the 6 Air Regiment, Chinese Communist 2 Air Division, thi ch was scheduled to leave Nanking for Liaoyang via Liut t ing and Hs nch leng., was postponed until 8:00 a.m. on 28 September. 14Q Training missions: a. Harbin: 7 TU 2 t s, with LI Chia-lin as flight leader, starting at 520 am* b. Lankang, Mutanchiang area' 3 twin-engined trainers and 3 YAK-19'a, starting at 5:00 a.i i. Hiailang, Mutanchaing areas 4 YAK-61s, 4 MIG-51s (sic), and 3 attack bombers, starting at 5:00 a.m. d. 17enchun, Mutattchiang area: 12 Type-99 trainers., 3 MIG-5 (sic), and 1 '. -pe-2 trainer, starting at 5140 a.m. e. Changchun: 1 Y'rB transport to Hailung and Shuangahun, at altitudes of from 10,000 to 20,000 feet. f. Yenchi: plane piloted by LI Te yun ( = ), starting at 6:25 aaa. g. Antung: 2 FO-21s of the Chinese Cc ununist 102 Air Regiment, starting at 1820 p.m. Tatung kuo : 15 MIG-15's and 1 MI -:9 Yangtstun: 2 :=MIG--15ts, starting at 6:10 a.m. Ten UIG-91s, starting at 7:02 a.m. HsinchIeng: 7 MIG-91s, starting at 6:22 a.m. One MIG-l5, starting at 6;10, 15. Training mission scheduled for 28 September: ao Harbin. *6 TU-21s,, with 1U Chi--yuan as light leader, starting at 1:00 aoI:zo at altitudes from 4,000 to 16, 500 feet. Seven TU -2 t s with LI Chia-lin as Might leader., starting at 5:30 apm> at altitudes of 14,000 to 16,500 feet. b. Machiakou, Harbin area: 8 TU-21s. Co Shuangyushu, Harbin area: 11 TU-21s and 1 YAK-12. do Lankang, 14utanchiang' area: 3 twin-engined trainers and 3 YAK-19 tag with CH'IJN Kuei-sheng as flight leader, starting at 5:20 aom. at altitudes from 3000 to 10,000 feet. A plans piloted by TS IAI Shan-pang, with 7 cadets an board, e. Hailang: 1 F:MIG' $ (sic), 3. YAK-6,, 3 attack bombers, 6 other planes, with CHI D21 ?Len--kuei as flight leader, starting at 5:00 a.m. at altitudes of from 3000 to 10,000 feet. f. 1'#anchun: 2 1MIG-5ts, 12 Py-pe-99 trainers, and 1 Type-2 trainer with YANG Yueh-ming as flight leader,, starting at 5:00 a.m. g. Changchun: 1 YTB to Changtu and Liaoyuan and back to Changchun. CONFIDENTIAL Approved For Release 2000/06/08 : CIA-RDP82-00457R008900080005-5 .CONFIDENTIAL Approved For Relglsek2_Q .0/06/008 BM--W457R008900080005-5 ,CF. MAi iI T'1;I,71a VCS -AGENCY -3- h0 Anshan: 22 MIG-159s and 1 YAK 1s', with La-pao to ' - ),as flight leaden, over Anshan area, starting at 8:00 a0m. at altitudes fran 16.9000 to 33,,000 feet. Hs irach $ eng : L IIIG-15 R s of the Chin ,HHua (Jt' '-` ) miit, with 2 of these planes piloted by HSU Teng-kur7 {%, and 11SING Hai-fan (ff ? - ~'l ), to Liaoyang at an altitude of 1, 600 feet 0 160 Mukden flights: a. At 8:00 a0ras 1 IL-12 Number 25, piloted by LIN Chih-wei, left for Peiping via Chinchou, arriving at 4:21 p0ms b0 At 1:57 p0m- transport Number 6010 left for Peiping, rla Chinchou? arriving at 1.:21 p.m0 17.. Antung flights: a0 At 6:00 a.m. transport Number 8010, piloted by F IG Chi4lu left for M kden where it arrived at 6:46 anra0 b0 Transport Number 8011 left for Mukdens 18s Port Arthur flight: at 7:00 5& o transports Numbers 11.9 12,, and 15, piloted by Lo-mi- Un Ya-lo-fu and FANG Chiu-l n ( JIL,y ) left for Vo r oshi.lov via i lukiden s 19. Peiping flights at 6:00 a0ms civil transport Number 28 left for Chita. 200 Chohsien flight: transport Number 3, piloted by YANG Fu-chen left for Tlaiyuan via Paotang and 5hihchiachuang0 210 Tsirigtao flights: a0 Transport Number 8006 left for Peiping where it arrived at 4,-25 p0m0 b0 IL-12 Number 8 left for Peiping, where it arrived at 4:30 Pm. ''20 Nanking flights: IL-12 Number 8 and transport Number 13006 left for Taingtao, {chore they arrived at 12:00 a.m0 23. Iiankow flights: a0 At 11:33 a0rn0 civil transport Number 209 left for Peip:Lig0 b0 Transport Number 8031} left for Chvengtu, where it arrived at 3:32 perms 210 Chungking flights : a0 Transport Number 8011: left for Hankow via Ch ' engtu, arriving in Hankow at 12:31 a.m. b0 Civil transport Number 209 left for Nankow, where it arrived at 10:12 a0rno 2S0 Flights scheduled for 28 September: ao From Chita: at 6:00 a,rit0 transport Number 13, piloted by Pisi-ou-te-lo fu to leave for iIukden0 b 0 From Nukden: at 6:00 am. civil transport Number 01, piloted by Ilao-,lao- tsao-fu to leave for Peiping, NNFIDENTIAI, Approved For Release 2000/06/08 : CIA-RDP82-00457R008900080005-5 (ONFIDENTIAD Approved For Relea MUNWA GENTEA1, AGENCY 2- 9 Co Port Arthur: at 7:00 a.m. civil transp.>ort$ piloted by ':sin.-hsueh-lin to leave for Voroshilov via L kdenw do Antungs at 8-.o0 aomo civil transport I-umber ,",471., ps..:lo cq by ~c+ f I tit {.' 16 ) to leave for Port Arthur. en Peipisng: at 6:00,, civil transport Number 103 to the for Cantor. via xkoow? to fly from Peiping to 1 nkow at an altitude of 7, ,000 -rent and row Hankow to C xton at an altittuIe of 10,00o fc e . N'sincyh'en : at 700 anrun 2 IL-2's Numbers 22 and 29 to leave for 1+taozy&nr,, Approved For Release 2000/06/08 : CIA-RDP82-00457R008900080005-5 !rCONFIDENTIAL