Veterans of U.S. Flying Tigers Visit Memorial Museum in C China's Hunan

September 7, 2015
Editor: Kate Wu
Veteran of the U.S. "Flying Tigers" air squadron Paul Crawford views exhibits inside the Flying Tigers Memorial Museum in Zhijiang, central China's Hunan Province, Sept 5, 2015. Some veterans of the U.S. "Flying Tigers" air squadron and their relatives visited the Flying Tigers Memorial Museum in Zhijiang Saturday. The Flying Tigers, officially known as the American Volunteer Group of the Chinese Air Force, were formed in 1941 and led by U.S. General Claire Lee Chennault to help China drive out invading Japanese troops. [Chinanews.com/Yang Huafeng]
Veteran of the U.S. "Flying Tigers" air squadron Paul Crawford views exhibits inside the Flying Tigers Memorial Museum in Zhijiang, central China's Hunan Province, Sept 5, 2015. [Chinanews.com/Yang Huafeng]

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