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S'VO* TWELVE The Nws, Frederick, Md., Friday, November 23, 1951 Hints Ail-Out Air War WASHINGTON. Nov. 22, Gen, Hoyt S. Vandenberg intimated tonight that the United,, States might decide to fight an all-out air war in Korea H the present truce negotiations fail. "Air power has not been really- utilized in Korea," the Air Force Chief of Staff: said during an interview on Mutual network's ''Reporters' Roundup." "The outcome of the present truce negotiations 'holds the key to whether we will continue fighting a war of half-way measures in Korea---a war which, at present halts our air power at the Yalu River and gives the enemy sanctuary in Manchuria." Air fighting in Korea now it "a peculiar type oi operation," Vandenburg said. ""We can't knock' out the enemy's potential at its source. We are operating mainly in a tactical role-the role of air power to assist ground forces." Baby A-Bomb Developed One of Gen. Douglas MacArthur's disagreements with President Truman was over the restrictions placed on American air power in Korea. MacArthur wanted to extend the area of attack'and hit at supply bases beyond the actual bettle- I ground. j The Administration's policy is to limit air strikes to Korea for the present. Vandenberg confirmed report; that a baby A-bomb has been de veloped. He said the recent atomic tests at Frenchman's Flat in Ne vada have given the Air Force "i new atomic tactical weapon which can be utilized against armies in the field." He added there are still some bugs to be taken out of the weapon but that these problems will be solved "by the time the Air Force is built up in Western Europe." Guided missiles, Vandenberg reported, are still "quite a few years away." Six-To-One Ratio , , He challenged reports that American losses of the big B-29 bomb ers are heavy in Korea. "As of now," he said, "we have had 11 losses out of 11,570 sorties. As to jet-to-jet combat, we have knocked down six to their one. The situation is that in some respects our F-86 is superior to the Russian M1G-15, while in other respects the Russian M1G is superior to our F-86." Vandenberg said aircraft pro- duction in the United States has been impeded, but he did not Indicate to whÂ«t extent the factories are behind schedule. 'The goals set were very high for-the industry." he s|atcd. "And certain acts of Providrnce .such as the Kansas City flood, the water shortage in the Northwest' aluminum areas and strikes have contributed to the slippage of schedules." Vandenberg emphasized, however, that "our Air Force is not suffering for lack of planes in Korea." The schooner Fannie K Wolston. abandoned in 1891. still was afloat in 1894, and had drifted 7,000 miles of the Atlantic Ocean. American Plane Was Shot Down In Romania BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, Nov. 22 i'XP--An air passenger arriving in Vienna from Bucharest today re- portca an unarmed U. S. 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Marshall Frederickson said at the Revise airport north ot Venice that the search for the missing C-47 tram- port would be extended tomorrow to the area of the reported explosion, centering at the village of Pleve 0i Cadore. Bad weather kept search planes from Hying over the Alpine area today. The transport, carrying cargo from Munich, Germany, to the Belgrade embassy, has been missing since early Monday evening. A spokesman at the American legation in Bucharest told the Associated Press here by telephone he had heard of the report made bjr Vht BuchÂ«rÂ«gt-tp ViÂ«nnÂ» pas senger buj was unable to confirm it "one way or another" despits in quirles. Baltimore Hunter Wounded At Detour 1 Jesse Giacken, Baltimore, wh wax hunting near Detour -was ac cidentally snot in the right hip bj his partner at 10:30 a. m. on Thurs day.. Giacken was visiting relative in Detour when the accident hap pened. 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