The following article was written by J. Richard Rossi for Western Flying magazine, September, 1942 We had only the old Tomahawks (predecessor of the current P-40 of fighter planes) to work with over in Burma and China, but everyone seems to think we did a pretty good...
The following excerpts are from Frank Losonsky’s book “Flying Tiger – A Crew Chief’s Story” March 5 – 8, 1942 “Pappy” Boyington’s flight crash lands in Wenshan, China.When Stan (Regis) and I returned to Kunming, we...
The following excerpts are from Joe Rosbert’s Book “Flying Tiger Joe’s Adventure Story Cookbook” February 24, 1942, Rangoon, Burma Five of our planes went to escort a flight of British Lancaster bombers on a mission to hit the Japanese ground...
The following excerpts are from Chuck Baisden’s Book “Flying Tiger to Air Commando” January, 1942, Kunming, China In Kunming we stayed in the dormitory of what had been a university. Keith Christensen and I shared a room on the second floor. We had a...
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