P-40 Warhawk, Model Airplane, Assembled
American Volunteer Group, P-40 Warhawk
In 1940-41, Claire Chennalt’s group defended Burma & China.
December 29, 1941, Japanese attacked Flying Tigers with 40 bombers and 20 fighters.
Tigers scored 18 kills losing only one plane.
New Years Eve- 80 Japanese planes attacked- Tigers shot down 15 planes- no losses.
Tigers beat the Japanese Air Force in 50+ battles with no defeat.
The American Volunteer Group disbanded on July 4th, 1942.
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