Chinese soldier guarding P-40 Warhawk fighters of the AVG 'Flying Tigers', China, circa 1942

Caption   Chinese soldier guarding P-40 Warhawk fighters of the AVG 'Flying Tigers', China, circa 1942
Source   United States National Archives
Identification Code   208-AA-12X-21
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Visitor Submitted Comments

  1. Hobilar says:
    26 Sep 2007 02:16:18 PM

    The aircraft used by the Flying Tigers were Tomahawk IIB (American P40C), of which 100 had been diverted to China in 1941 from a British purchasing order.
  2. Denn says:
    6 Oct 2011 07:22:03 PM

    Note American markings after Pearl Harbor, it was no longer necessary to fly "Chinese" planes.

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