“It is my hope that the sign of the Flying Tiger will remain aloft just as long as it is needed and that it will always be remembered on both shores of the Pacific as the symbol of two great peoples working toward a common goal in war and peace.” From – Claire L. Chennault
“Way of a Fighter”
That sign (Flag) now flies alongside our two peoples Flags in front of our Museum. The Painting generously donated by The Unicover Corporation of Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA. www.unicover.com
Howard Koslow 1924 –
Artwork Year: 1990
Image Size: 12.25 by 8.875 inches
Overall Size: 17.5 by 14.75 inches
Medium: Acrylic on Cold Press Illustration Board
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In Memory of:
George A. Haydon, Jr. (1917-2007)
Aide to General Chennault
China Air Task Force / 14th Air Force
Thank you General Chennault for your courage and ingenuity in helping us defeat Japanese invasion of China. The Flying Tiger had achieved one of the most impressive air combat records in history--stopping Japanese aggression in its tracks.
Apr 6, 2015 at 3:39 am
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The museum updates are amazing! Kudos for all of the hard work.
Thank you General Chennault for your courage and ingenuity in helping us defeat Japanese invasion of China. The Flying Tiger had achieved one of the most impressive air combat records in history--sto
Thank for all of your hard work.
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