P-40 fighters at a repair depot in China, date unknown; note Flying Tigers emblem and Republic of China roundrel

Caption   P-40 fighters at a repair depot in China, date unknown; note Flying Tigers emblem and Republic of China roundrel ww2dbase
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Added Date 28 Jan 2015

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
4 Jul 2015 06:37:44 PM

KEEP'EM FLY'IN: Photograph taken at the Kunming factory #10 spring of 1942. Later Japanese forces captured the factory, P-40's were later assigned to the 77th Fighter Squadron in India and used as fighter trainers. Number 59 was a real hanger queen this aircraft gave a lot of trouble to the pilots and mechanics just to keep her flying.

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