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WWII Flying Tigers in China

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Chinese Flag patch...
Chinese Flag patch...
...worn by all serving Flying Tigers in China.
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Sgt. John N. Rumen, Racine, Wisc., right and Sgt. Liang Chow, left, look over a belt of 50 cal. Ammunition before loading the plane's guns. These two men worked with the American Volunteer Group (popularly knows as the "Flying Tigers") before the AVG
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Fuselage Assembly Room Of Aircraft Factory Somewhere In China. This Factory Was Fitted To Rebuild Curtiss P-40S For The American Volunteer Group And The Chinese Continued The Same Operations For The U.S. Air Force. 1 January 1943.
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Colonel David 'Tex' Hill Of Hunt, Texas, Air Ace Of The 'Flying Tigers' Poses Beside His Plane Before Taking Off On A Mission From His Base Somewhere In China. 2 October 1945.
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JING BOW (AIR RAID), SOMEWHERE IN THE U.S. ARMY 14TH AIR force AREA IN CHINA. The Flying Tigers go into action after hearing, the air raid signal. Pilots running for their P-40's include a number who actually shot down Jap planes during this raid.
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Insignia Of The China Air Task Force Fighter Command Is Being Painted On A Plane By Sargeant Larue. It Shows The Flying Tiger Of The American Volunteer Group Now Wearing Uncle Sam'S Hat To Show He Is Fighting For The United States Army Air Force. The Chin
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P-40 Over China. 1943.
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A "Flying Tiger" P-40, one of the ships used in Major John Chennault's group on the island. The "Flying Tigers" have gained a healthy respectform the Japs, who remember only too well what the Major's Dad, the General did to their planes with his unit
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Repairs to a "Flying Tiger" P-40 are made by the mechanics while a soldier stands on lookout. All the planes are serviced on the field in short order, and ready at all times for action.
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Loading a "Flying Tiger" P-40 with 50 cal. Machine gun bullets is done immediately as ship lands. Lt. James Perryman supervises the loading of the airplane.
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"A Chinese soldier guards a line of American P-40 fighter planes, painted with the shark-face emblem of the `Flying Tigers,' at a flying field somewhere in China." Ca. 1942. 208-AA-12X-21.
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Loading a "Flying Tiger" P-40 with 50 cal. Machine gun bullets is done immediately as ship lands. Lt. James Perryman supervises the loading of the airplane.
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A P-40 'Flying Tiger' Plane Used In Major John Chennault'S Group On The Island. The Markings Are Different From That Of His Father'S Group, Who Have A Shark On The Front Of Their Ships.

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