Map depicting the transportation routes in the China-Burma-India theater, 1942-1943

Caption   Map depicting the transportation routes in the China-Burma-India theater, 1942-1943 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Army
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 29 Feb 2008

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1. Valerie Jabir says:
28 Mar 2018 02:21:21 PM

In April 1942 until May 1943 my father, Staff Sgt Medcalf (Royal Engineers), was seconded to a USAF airbase in north Burma with the job of keeping it operational while it was under constant air attack. The purpose of the airfield was to supply the chindits. I believe there were around 5 of these airfields. Do you have a map identifying where they were, and their names?

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