Blood chit carried by pilots of the American Volunteer Group 'Flying Tigers'; note serial number 0543

Caption     Blood chit carried by pilots of the American Volunteer Group 'Flying Tigers'; note serial number 0543 ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 31 Dec 2009

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1. Anonymous says:
20 Jan 2011 07:49:38 PM

I saw a blood chit from the AVG in the CBI area of battle. How can I find out who the person is with the serial number stamped on the blood chit.....David
2. Dan says:
26 Jan 2013 02:58:40 PM

I have a blood chit with the stamped serial number 313. Can anyone tell me who this might be or how I can find out.
3. Anonymous says:
5 Jan 2015 07:09:14 PM

How would I find out if a blood chit is an original? Who would I notify and what is the address and phone number of where to have one authenticated?

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