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The World War II Pacific Memorial Hall, honoring Chinese veterans, has opened in San Francisco. People young and old, including...read more
Three board members of the Flying Tiger Historical Organization accompanied three WW II Flying Tigers to Beijing for the celebration...read more
Buzz Buggy flew for the first time on the 24 of November. Shortly into the flight one of the engines...read more
Honoring past friendships by strengthening future relationships
In March of 2006, as we stood looking out over the Flying Tigers Field in Guilin, we could see a scene which lay basically unchanged since the days of World War Two. We were standing on the same rock that General Chennault stood on to watch his Flying Tigers engage the Japanese in aerial combat. This rock is Located in front of General Chennault’s operations and command cave which is situated on a hillside just above Yang Tang Old Air Field.
“We should recognize and remember the deeds of our fathers who rose to the call of duty in a far off land, forging friendships while bringing honor and glory to the American people.”