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Posted 6/4/2010 Printable Fact Sheet
Map of the Korean Theatre
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The USAF had numerous air bases in Korea, and many of these were former Japanese airfields. The spelling of Korean locations on maps varied greatly, and villages had a Korean and a Japanese name. A "K" number identified individual airbases in both northern and southern Korea to prevent confusion among locations.

K-1 Pusan West
K-2 Taegu No. 1
K-3 Pohangdong
K-4 Sachon
K-5 Taejon
K-6 Pyongtaek
K-7 Kwangju
K-8 Kunsan
K-9 Pusan East
K-10 Chinhae
K-11 Ulsan
K-12 Muan
K-13 Suwon
K-14 Kimpo
K-15 Mokpo
K-16 Seoul (Yongdungpo)
K-17 Ongin
K-18 Kangnung (Koryo)
K-19 Haeju (Kaishu)
K-20 Sinmak
K-21 Pyonggang
K-22 Onjong-ni
K-23 Pyongyang
K-24 Pyongyang East
K-25 Wonsan
K-26 Sondok
K-27 Yonpo
K-28 Hamhung West
K-29 Sinanju
K-30 Sinuiju
K-31 Kilchu (Kisshu)
K-32 Oesicho-dong
K-33 Hoemon (Kaibun)
K-34 Chongjin (Seishin)
K-35 Hoeryong (Kainsei)
K-36 Kanggye No. 1
K-37 Taegu No. 2
K-38 Wonju
K-39 Cheju-do No. 1
K-40 Cheju-do No. 2
K-41 Chungju
K-42 Andong No. 2
K-43 Kyongju
K-44 Changhowon-ni
K-45 Yoju
K-46 Hoengsong
K-47 Chunchon
K-48 Iri
K-49 Yangsu-ri
K-50 Sokcho-ri
K-51 Inje
K-52 Yanggu
K-53 (not completed)
K-54 (not completed)
K-55 Osan-ni
K-56 (not completed)
K-57 Kwangju

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