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On July 10, 1953, MiG mark 700 was passed and once again it was a Fourth pilot who made the kill. But at the time the exact pilot is not known because kills #699 and #700 came so close together that they could not be separated. Capt. Lonnie R. Moore. And his wingman, 2 nd Lt. William F. Schrimsher, of the Chiefs Sq., made the two kills.

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