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, Chin. Pingyang, Jap. Heijo, city (1993 pop. 2,741,260), capital of North Korea, SW North Korea, on a high bluff above the Taedong River. It is a special city with the status of province.
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114) per Martowicz, Patrick in "Character Merchandising in Europe", ed Heijo Ruijsenaars, Kluwer Law International, 2003 at 117;
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Jun 29 5th Air Force's 3rd Bombardment Group sends 18 B-26 Invader light bombers against Heijo Airfield near the North Korean capital of Pyongyang: 25 enemy aircraft are destroyed on the ground; one YAK fighter is shot down.
At the end of the day--just as the sun was setting in the west and the NKPAF was "putting their planes to bed" at Pyongyang's Heijo airfield--eighteen Douglas B-26 Invaders [3d BG(L)] came roaring in at low altitude, dropping fragmentation bombs on the ramp, hangars, and revetments, and strafing all parked warplanes wherever they were found.
Pyongyang's Heijo air base was attacked by twelve Skyraiders and sixteen Corsairs, with eight F9Fs (VF-51) sweeping in ahead of the strike force.
These were the former IJAAF's large Heijo airfield at Pyongyang, the abandoned IJNAF depot at Wonsan on Korea's east coast, and the nearby Yonpo airfield.