Chinese Air Force - C.N.A.C.

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The China National Aviation Corporartion was formed in 1929. They pioneered "The Hump" routes over the Himalayas and helped air lift military equipment and personnel during the days of the war. Several Flying Tiger pilots flew with the CNAC after the original group broke up in 1942. While not truly a military group the history of the CNAC has many military ties.

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Patrick Frost Collection
3/26/2005
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Patrick Frost Collection
3/26/2005
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Cliff Presley Collection
5/5/2009
This grouping was worn by Captain Nicholas D. "Don" Codrea.
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Tod Rathbone Collection
8/5/2009
This wing was worn by Clyde W. Ellis, Hump Pilot.
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Ron Rozsa Collection
7/7/2014
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