July 1-5, 2009 – AVG Reunion, Boston, MA Five of the surviving AVG attended. The Tigers were honored aboard USS Constitution “Old Ironsides” and at a sumptuous Chinese dinner at the Empire Garden restaurant in Chinatown by Republic of China war...
May 7-11, 2008 – AVG Reunion, San Antonio, TX Eight of the 19 surviving AVG members attended. The Tigers were honored at Lackland AFB and at a memorial service at the Admiral Nimitz Museum of the Pacific War in Fredericksburg, Texas.
May 25-29, 2006 – AVG 2006 Reunion, Washington, D.C. Fifteen AVG members attended. Events included participation in the wreath-laying ceremony at the grave of Lt. Gen. Claire Lee Chennault in Arlington National Cemetery. The Tigers were honored at a...
June 9-12, 2005 – AVG reunion in Grand Rapids, MI Twenty of the surviving 33 AVG members were present, along with family and friends. In addition to a symposium at the Gerald Ford Presidential Library and a public autograph session, the Tigers were interviewed...
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