142 items in this album on 8 pages.

Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell shaking hands with Major D. M. OClose up of the cockpit and canopy of the P-40K Warhawk assigned to Capt Jack Hamilton of the 26th Fighter Squadron at Dijan Airstrip, Assam, India, late 1942.Troops of the Chinese Expeditionary Force on parade in front of the Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi, Delhi, India, 24 Oct 1942C-46 Commando being fueled for flight
Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell shaking hands with Major D. M. O'Hara who had just received a Purple Heart medal, India, mid-1942Close up of the cockpit and canopy of the P-40K Warhawk assigned to Capt Jack Hamilton of the 26th Fighter Squadron at Dijan Airstrip, Assam, India, late 1942.Troops of the Chinese Expeditionary Force on parade in front of the Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi, Delhi, India, 24 Oct 1942C-46 Commando being fueled for flight 'over the hump' from Chabua, India to Kunming, China, 1943. Note 3 blade props of early C-46 models
Chinese troops marching in Ramgarh, India, 1943Karachi Airfield, 1943P-40 fighters being assembled at Karachi Airfield, Karachi, India (now Pakistan), 1942-1945Policewomen Corporal Marion Jacklin (left) and Sergeant Annie Miller (hidden) speaking to Corporal Jessie Brown and Leading Aircraftwoman Pat Walton at a market, India, 1941-1945; all of these women were WAAF personnel
Chinese troops marching in Ramgarh, India, 1943Karachi Airfield, 1943P-40 fighters being assembled at Karachi Airfield, Karachi, India (now Pakistan), 1942-1945Policewomen Corporal Marion Jacklin (left) and Sergeant Annie Miller (hidden) speaking to Corporal Jessie Brown and Leading Aircraftwoman Pat Walton at a market, India, 1941-1945; all of these women were WAAF personnel
Sun Li-jen inspecting troop training, Ramgarh, India, date unknownWAAF Deputy Assistant Provost Marshal Flight Officer Miriam Vink with policewomen Sergeant Annie Miller and Corporal Marion Jacklin, Bombay, India, 1941-1945WAAF equipment assistants and Indian laborers at a Maintenance Unit in Bombay, India, 1941-1945He Yingqin inspecting a suspension bridge built by trainees at Ramgarh Training Center, India, Feb 1943
Sun Li-jen inspecting troop training, Ramgarh, India, date unknownWAAF Deputy Assistant Provost Marshal Flight Officer Miriam Vink with policewomen Sergeant Annie Miller and Corporal Marion Jacklin, Bombay, India, 1941-1945WAAF equipment assistants and Indian laborers at a Maintenance Unit in Bombay, India, 1941-1945He Yingqin inspecting a suspension bridge built by trainees at Ramgarh Training Center, India, Feb 1943
Sun Li-jen addressing Ramgarh Training Center graduates about to return to the front lines, circa mid-1943M3 Half-Track mounted with two 3-tube rocket launchers at the Bengal Air Depot near Calcutta (now Kolkata), India, 1942-45.US Army instructors conducting machine gun training for Chinese troops, Ramgarh Training Center, Bihar, India, 16 Dec 1943Chinese crew loading a mountain gun in exercise, Ramgarh, India, date unknown
Sun Li-jen addressing Ramgarh Training Center graduates about to return to the front lines, circa mid-1943M3 Half-Track mounted with two 3-tube rocket launchers at the Bengal Air Depot near Calcutta (now Kolkata), India, 1942-45.US Army instructors conducting machine gun training for Chinese troops, Ramgarh Training Center, Bihar, India, 16 Dec 1943Chinese crew loading a mountain gun in exercise, Ramgarh, India, date unknown
Chinese soldier in bayonet practice at Ramgarh, India, date unknownCrawford Market, Bombay, India, 1944Municipal Corporation Building, Bombay, India, 1944Prince of Wales Museum (now King Shivaji Museum), Bombay, India, 1944
Chinese soldier in bayonet practice at Ramgarh, India, date unknownCrawford Market, Bombay, India, 1944Municipal Corporation Building, Bombay, India, 1944Prince of Wales Museum (now King Shivaji Museum), Bombay, India, 1944

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