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Flying Tigers

Flying Tigers: Claire Chennault and His American Volunteers - "The .

3rd Squadron Hell's Angels Flying Tigers over China photographed in 1942 by AVG pilot Robert T. Smith. [3.832px  3.096px]

Hell's Angels, the Squadron of the American Volunteer Group "Flying Tigers", 28 May 1942

WWII Coke Advertisement Featuring The Flying Tigers

From a WW-II advertising booklet for the Coca-Cola Company: Know Your War Planes (paintings by William Heaslip) (Atlanta, GA, Coca-Cola Company,

Flight Lieutenant A R Costello of No. 112 Squadron poses with his Curtiss Kittyhawk at Sidi Heneish in Egypt, April 1942. If any aircraft came to symbolise the Desert Air Force it was the rugged, American-built P-40, known to the RAF as the Tomahawk and Kittyhawk. No. 112 Squadron famously

Flight Lieutenant A. Costello of No. 112 Squadron RAF poses beside his Curtiss Kittyhawk at Sidi Heneish in Egypt (April The rugged, American-built (known to the RAF as the Tomahawk and Kittyhawk) came to symbolize the Desert Air Force.

Ground crew checking the radio of a P-40 Warhawk fighter at a US 14th Air Force Base in China, May 1945; note Chinese Air Force roundel

[Photo] Ground crew checking the radio of a P-40 Warhawk fighter at a US 14th Air Force Base in China, May 1945; note Chinese Air Force roundel

Ground crew checking the radio of a Warhawk fighter at a US Air Force Base in China, May note Chinese Air Force roundel

Major George Preddy, USAAF credited with 26.83 enemy air-to-air kills ranking him as the top P-51 Mustang ace of World War II and sixth on the list of all-time highest scoring American aces. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Preddy

Major George Preddy, USAAF credited with enemy air-to-air kills ranking him as the top Mustang ace of World War II and sixth on the list of all-time highest scoring American aces.

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