|Statement||Anna Chennault ; introduction by Thomas G. Corcoran|
|LC Classifications||E745.C35 C44 2010u|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 298 p. :|
|Number of Pages||298|
|LC Control Number||2010381016|
Capturing perfectly the spirit of the Flying Tigers "CHENNAULT'S FLYING TIGERS" portrays a scene typical of the distant war fought by this tiny band of warriors. Depicted in the foreground of Robert's dramatic and spectacular combat scene are two P Tomahawks of the 2nd pursuit squadron, the 'Panda Bears', as they pull out of their diving. In Flying Tigers: Claire Chennault and His American Volunteers, –, Daniel Ford attributes the AVG's success to morale and group esprit de corps. He notes that its pilots were "triple volunteers" who had volunteered for service with the U.S. military, the AVG, and brutal fighting in y: China United States. warbird forum > daniel ford's books > flying tigers Flying Tigers: Claire Chennault and His American Volunteers, "During the dark, early days of World War II, when the Imperial Japanese army, navy, and air force were running roughshod over Asia and the Pacific, it . Get this from a library! Chennault and the Flying Tigers.. [Anna Chennault] -- A wife's tribute to the man who led the daring surprise raid on Tokoyo during World War II.
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Chennault of the Flying tigers. Philadelphia, Macrae-Smith-Company, (OCoLC) Named Person: Claire Lee Chennault; Claire Lee Chennault; Claire Lee Chennault: Material Type: Juvenile audience: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Sam Mims; Edward Shenton. Claire L. Chennault, in full Claire Lee Chennault, (born September 6, , Commerce, Texas, U.S.—died J , New Orleans, Louisiana), U.S. major general who commanded the U.S. Army Air Forces in China (–45) and created the American Volunteer Group (AVG), best known as the Flying Tigers.. Chennault briefly attended Louisiana State University before enrolling in the Louisiana. Chennault Aviation Academy (CAA) is a F.A.R Part 61 and F.A.R Part certified flight school located in Conroe-North Houston Regional Airport North Houston (KCXO), Texas. We focuses on flight training and creating future airline pilot. General Chennault Flying Tiger Academy (GCFTA). Years before American soldiers stormed the beaches of Normandy or raised the flag on Iwo Jima, it was Chennault’s Flying Tigers who rallied the country with victories when the Axis at times Author: Sam Kleiner.