37 items in this album on 2 pages.

Aircraft factory under construction, Loiwing (Leiyun), Yunnan, China, 1938-1939Chinese SB-2 bomber, Kunming, China, date unknownUS and Chinese personnel of the CAMCO factory at Loiwing (Leiyun), Yunnan, China, 1939Chinese Hawk III fighters at Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, 1937-1945
Aircraft factory under construction, Loiwing (Leiyun), Yunnan, China, 1938-1939Chinese SB-2 bomber, Kunming, China, date unknownUS and Chinese personnel of the CAMCO factory at Loiwing (Leiyun), Yunnan, China, 1939Chinese Hawk III fighters at Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, 1937-1945
Infantrymen of the Yunnan Province regional force, China, 1937-1945P-40 Warhawk at rest, Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, 1940DC-2 passenger aircraft at Loiwing (Leiyun) airfield, Yunnan Province, China, date unknownP-40 fighter landing at Loiwing (Leiyun), Yunnan, China, date unknown
Infantrymen of the Yunnan Province regional force, China, 1937-1945P-40 Warhawk at rest, Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, 1940DC-2 passenger aircraft at Loiwing (Leiyun) airfield, Yunnan Province, China, date unknownP-40 fighter landing at Loiwing (Leiyun), Yunnan, China, date unknown
US and Chinese civilian personnel of CAMCO factory at Loiwing (Leiyun), Yunnan, China, date unknownP-40C Tomahawk IIA with the AVG Flying Tigers receiving needed maintenance alongside a Ryan PT-22 Recruit trainer at Kunming, China, Nov 1941-Spring 1942AVG squadron flight leader Robert Colonel Claire Chennault at his desk, Kunming, Yunnan, China, mid-1942
US and Chinese civilian personnel of CAMCO factory at Loiwing (Leiyun), Yunnan, China, date unknownP-40C Tomahawk IIA with the AVG Flying Tigers receiving needed maintenance alongside a Ryan PT-22 Recruit trainer at Kunming, China, Nov 1941-Spring 1942AVG squadron flight leader Robert 'R. T.' Smith standing next to his P-40 Warhawk fighter, Kunming, China, 23 May 1942; note Nationalist Chinese emblem on cap and 'Flying Tigers' emblem on aircraftColonel Claire Chennault at his desk, Kunming, Yunnan, China, mid-1942
B-24 Liberator bomber taking off from an advance air field in Kunming, China, circa 1943; note P-40 Warhawk fighters in foregroundChinese P-43 Lancer fighters at rest, Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, date unknownClaire Chennault with Chinese officers at an airfield, Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, 1942-1943; note B-25 bomberClaire Chennault with Chinese officers at an airfield, Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, 1942-1943; note P-38 fighter
B-24 Liberator bomber taking off from an advance air field in Kunming, China, circa 1943; note P-40 Warhawk fighters in foregroundChinese P-43 Lancer fighters at rest, Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, date unknownClaire Chennault with Chinese officers at an airfield, Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, 1942-1943; note B-25 bomberClaire Chennault with Chinese officers at an airfield, Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, 1942-1943; note P-38 fighter
Claire Chennault with Chinese officers at an airfield, Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, 1942-1943; note P-40 fightersChinese and American armorers checking the guns on a Curtiss P-40E Warhawk of the 74th Fighter Squadron, 23rd Fighter Group at Kunming, China, 1 Feb 1943Actress Eugenia Buildings occupied by American
Claire Chennault with Chinese officers at an airfield, Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, 1942-1943; note P-40 fightersChinese and American armorers checking the guns on a Curtiss P-40E Warhawk of the 74th Fighter Squadron, 23rd Fighter Group at Kunming, China, 1 Feb 1943Actress Eugenia 'Jinx' Falkenberg entertaining US and Chinese servicemen at Yangkai Airfield, Yunnan Province, China, 1944Buildings occupied by American 'Flying Tigers' airmen, Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, circa 1944, photo 1 of 2

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