Image of the Air Force wings with the museum name underneath
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Stopping enemy traffic at night proved to be a difficult problem. One of the more interesting attempts to stop Communist trucks involved dropping tetrahedrons on North Korean roads. Those trucks that were left stranded could then be destroyed by UN fighter-bombers the following morning. In the end, the concept proved to be impractical and was discontinued. On display at the museum are reproductions of the type used in Korea.

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