The Flying Tigers are present with insignia and join the United States Army Air Forces in China.
China Date:1942 Duration:2 min 14 sec Sound:Yes
The Flying Tigers (1st American Volunteer Group) in China join the United States Army Air Force during World War II. Three aircraft in flight. A Chinese sign on the back of an airman. Airmen stand in a group and are presented with an insignia. Aircraft parked in the background. A jacket of an airman reads 'AVG Flying Tigers'. Wings and insignias are presented to the airmen. A pilot in a cockpit. A close up of Commander of the Flying Tigers Lieutenant General Claire Lee Chennault. The Lieutenant General and an officer looks at a map. Chinese people hold flags and souvenirs. Men load supplies in an airplane. The airmen look at a map and decide the strategy to attack. A red ball is raised. The Flying Tigers in their uniforms get ready to board aircraft. Pilots in a jeep drive towards the aircraft. A pilot in a cockpit. The aircraft taxis and takes off. A General of the Flying Tigers at controls. The aircraft in flight.
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