These U.S. Air Force F-15 fighter pilots, who for security only gave their call signs as OP and Coma, shot down three Iraqi MiG-23s and a Mirage F-1 on Super Bowl Sunday. Allied planes continued to bombard Iraqi targets Friday, with more than 2,600 sorties flown in the past 24 hours, the Pentagon said. In contrast, Iraqi planes flew only eight sorties, it said. Meanwhile, Friday, Iraqi radio said captured pilots should be treated as war criminals, not prisoners of war. "They should know that they will not be pardoned but that they will be chased personally and that every one of them will receive the punishment he deserves," the broadcast said.