External Links


Clay Lacy Aviation web site. Clay Lacy is on the FTHO Advisory Board, an Aviation Hall of Fame inductee and invaluable to our organization with his aviation knowledge and expertise.


Chennault Aviation and Military Museum in Monroe, Louisiana. This is a small museum run by General Chennault’s granddaughter, Nell Calloway. It has one of the most inclusive displays of General Chennault artifacts and relics in the world.


Travel Aire Tours web site. This site has the tours planned to the Grand opening of the Museum in Guilin, China on March 28, 2015.


Site dedicated to the men and women of the China-India- Burma (CBI) Theater.


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List of internet sites with links to CBI Theater


A Site Dedicated To The 396th Air Service Squadron-12th Air Service Group That Served With Claire Lee Chennault’s 14th Air Force In China During The Years 1944-1945