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Flying Tigers - P-40 Tomahawk - Amazing Color pictures from WWII! - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/flying-tigers-p-40-tomahawk-amazing-color-pictures-from-wwii.html

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".

A Curtiss P-40N Warhawk American Volunteer Group markings ... The FLYING TIGERS

A Curtiss Warhawk American Volunteer Group markings

American pilots of the Flying Tigers in Burma, by George Rodger (1941)

(c) Magnum PhotosBURMA—Mingladon Air Field, near Rangoon. The Flying Tigers, a group of American volunteers trained by Col. Claire Chennault in China, flew Curtiss Warhawk fighter planes to defend Burma against Japanese invaders,

Hawker (CCF) Hurricane Mk12  G-CBOE / HC-465 (cn CCF/R30040) Painted temporarily in the colours of the Finnish Air Force during the WWII. The plane that this painting depicts was originally the Red Air Force's but it crashlanded on Finnish territory and was taken into use by the Finnish Air Force.

Hawker (CCF) Hurricane Mk12 G-CBOE / HC-465 (cn CCF/R30040) Painted temporarily in the colours of the Finnish Air Force during the WWII. The plane that this painting depicts was originally the Red Air Force's but it crashlanded on Finnish territory and was taken into use by the Finnish Air Force.

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

great uncle gordon in the Flying Tigers 1947

Repairs being carried out on a Curtiss P-40 fighter by a Flying Tigers ground crew in Burma, by George Rodger (1942)

Repairs being carried out on a Curtiss fighter by a Flying Tigers ground crew in Burma, by George Rodger

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