Flying Tigers achieve remarkable record against Japanese in WWII

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Flying Tigers WWII

During World War II, American and Chinese aviators under the command of American General Claire Chennault achieved a remarkable record against the Japanese. The group became known as the ‘Flying Tigers’. Very few of them are still alive in China, but CCTV’s Wu Guoxiu talks to Li Zhanrui, a 95-year-old veteran who recounts his experience.

Flying Tigers achieve remarkable record against the Japanese in WWII

Flying Tigers achieve remarkable record against the Japanese in WWII

During World War Two, American and Chinese aviators under the command of American General Claire Chennault achieved a remarkable record against the Japanese. The group became known as the "Flying Tigers". Very few of them are still alive in China, but CCTV's Wu Guoxiu talks to Li Zhanrui, a 95-year-old veteran who recounts his experience.