From D. Sheley on FLickr:
These were all shot at Pusan-East AFB,Korea (K-9) sometime in the last half of 1952 or early 1953. The smaller twin engine aircraft are all Douglas A/B-26 Invaders (light bomber/reconnaissance) of the 17th Bomb Wing.
The DC-3 photo that you zoomed in on was the giveaway because of what looks like KNA on the left wing....Korean National Airlines.
Neat photos with a lot of detail, someone had a good camera.
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