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AVG Pilots 1942

AVG Pilots 1942

P-40 with Orin Welch, Dick Rossi, Charlie Sharkey, Dick Snell, and Jimmy Fox in Kunming China.   Source: National Archives and Records Administration via San Diego Air and Space Museum.

with Orin Welch, Dick Rossi, Charlie Sharkey, Dick Snell, and Jimmy Fox in Kunming China. Source: National Archives and Records Administration via San Diego Air and Space Museum.

The Flying Tigers 1942 - 1945

All this and The 'Boss" and his men in China 1942

AVG, Flying Tigers

AVG, Flying Tigers

in Kunming, China, May

The 'Flying Tigers' (1st American Volunteer Group (AVG) of the Chinese Air Force) from 1941-1942.

American "The Flying Tigers" Volunteer group flying in China

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Wait'n for Tex by Roy Grinnell In this tribute to David Lee “Tex” Hill, Roy Grinnell conveys the extraordinarily strong bond of friendship .

Burma World War 2: The Flying Tigers, 1942. Chinese ground crew at work on a damaged tail of Curtis P-40. George Rodger.

A Chinese ground crew is seen at work on the damaged tail of a Curtis of the Flying Tigers in Burma, photographed by George Rodger

The Flying Tigers

Tex Hill, second from the left, in this photo from Tex, from San Antonio, was such a renowned fighter pilot that John Wayne himself played him in "The Flying Tigers. Hill passed away in 2007 at the age of A true hero.

Flying Tigers in China! Commanded by Gen. Chennault! Group of kick ass aviation mercenaries!!

December 20 1941 – The American Volunteer Group Enters Service Over Kunming, China

A documentay on the American Volunteer Group. It is better known as the famous Flying Tigers under the command of General Claire Lee Chennault and how the Fl.

[Photo] Blood chit carried by pilots of the American Volunteer Group 'Flying Tigers', photo 1 of 2 | World War II Database

[Photo] Blood chit carried by pilots of the American Volunteer Group 'Flying Tigers', photo 1 of 2

[Photo] Blood chit carried by pilots of the American Volunteer Group 'Flying Tigers', photo 1 of 2 | World War II Database

Gen. Henry 'Hap' Arnold looks at a Curtiss P-40 with Gen. Claire Chennault (right). Since 1937 Chennault had advised and trained Chinese pilots and after 1941 lead the 'Flying Tigers.' February 1943.

Gen. Henry Hap Arnold Looks Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

Henry 'Hap' Arnold looks at a Curtiss with Gen. Claire Chennault (right). Since 1937 Chennault had advised and trained Chinese pilots and after 1941 lead the 'Flying Tigers.' February World War

America flying tigers

America flying tigers

The Famous, Aviation Art, Military Art, In China, Shark, Jeep, Claire, Aircraft, Tigers

Flying Tigers: Claire Chennault and His American Volunteers, Daniel Ford

Flying Tigers: Claire Chennault and His American Volunteers, 1941-1942
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