On verso: date stamped: Jun. 24, 1951; Brooklyn Eagle stamp.
Retouched; grease pencil cropping marks.
Two soldiers on airfield in South Korea looking up to bullet hole in wing of airplane. Caption: "HOW ABOUT THAT!: It wasn't until he returned from sortie over Red lines that 1st Lt. Frank R. Roy of 390-A 19th St., right, realized wing of his plane had been nicked by enemy bullet. Pin-point damage is pointed out by his mechanic, Sgt. Charles Giebelhaus of the Bronx. The 955th was activated from National Guard duty last August and landed Feb. 2 at Pusan.'"