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Flying Tigers – P-40 Tomahawk – Amazing WWII Color Pictures

The photograph Tomahawk flown by Tom Hayward of the Third Pursuit Squadron — Hell’s Angels — of the American Volunteer Group was probably taken by R. Smith and his Leica on May 1942 near the Salween River Gorge on the China-Burma border.

A Curtiss P-40 Warhawk from the the 1st American Volunteer Group (AVG) of the Chinese Air Force in 1941–1942, famously nicknamed the "Flying Tigers".

A Curtiss Warhawk from the the American Volunteer Group (AVG) of the Chinese Air Force in famously nicknamed the "Flying Tigers".

zainisaari: “CURTISS P-40 WARHAWKDuring the attack on Pearl Harbor, a few P-40s managed to shoot down several Japanese planes, most notably by George Welch and Kenneth Taylor.”

zainisaari: “CURTISS WARHAWKDuring the attack on Pearl Harbor, a few managed to shoot down several Japanese planes, most notably by George Welch and Kenneth Taylor.

Features: - Fine art giclee print on heavy archival paper - Unique vintage…

X-15 Launch Fine Art Print

Features: - Fine art giclee print on heavy archival paper - Unique vintage design - Archival quality ink to last a lifetime - Made in the USA SHIPS IN DAYS

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66420 :: Classic Aircraft Photography, Air To Air photos taken by Gavin Conroy.

great uncle gordon in the Flying Tigers 1942...RIP 08.04.12

great uncle gordon in the Flying Tigers 1947

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