- Author:Robert M. Smith
- Publisher:TAB Books Inc.,U.S.; 1st edition (September 1984)
- Pages:151 pages
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The Flying Tigers’ success against the Japanese in China during World War II is still a prime example of how . With Chennault in China is Robert M. Smith’s diary of a communications specialist, an AVG volunteer who helped set up and make that pre-radar early warning system work.
The Flying Tigers’ success against the Japanese in China during World War II is still a prime example of how determination and organization can sometimes make up for a deficiency in resources. Smith describes the specialist’s journey to China–quite a trek in itself in the days before intercontinental air travel–the Chinese he worked with, the unspoiled countryside and his day-to-day efforts to keep the Japanese at bay.
The success of the Flying Tigers in China in World War II against the Japanese is still a prime example of. .Japanese Imperial Army in China.
The success of the Flying Tigers in China in World War II against the Japanese is still a prime example of how determination and organization can sometimes make up for a deficiency of resources. But the most important contribution of the AVG was to demonstrate that the Japanese could be beaten at a time when they were winning everywhere else, significantly slowing the Japanese advance in China. In this remarkable contest, the Flying Tigers owed their success to Maj. Gen.
Robert M. Smith was a sergeant-air mechanic first class for the . When the AVG disbanded in July, 1942 he re-enlisted as a technical sergeant and retured to China with the Army Airways Communications System. Air Force when the recruiters arrived on base looking for volunteers for the Chinese Air Force. He was discharged from the Air Force and went to China to join the American Volunteer Group, THe Flying Tigers. Presently he is the treasurer and on the executive committee of the American Volunteer Group Association.
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With Chennault in China a Flying Tiger's diary. American Airmen In Britain During The Second World War. Over two million American servicemen passed through Britain during the Second World War. In 1944, at the height of activity, up to half a million were based there with the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF). Their job was to man and maintain the vast fleets of aircraft needed to attack German cities and industry.
He was born in York, Nebraska
He was born in York, Nebraska. His family moved to Red Cloud from Hooper, Nebraska in 1927 when his father, Earl W. Smith, was hired as Superintendent of Schools. He graduated Red Cloud High School in 1935.
With Chennault in China. a Flying Tiger's diary. by Robert Moody Smith. Published 1984 by Tab Books in Blue Ridge Summit, Pa. Written in English. 1st ed. Aerial operations, American, American Aerial operations, American Personal narratives, Biography, China, China. American Volunteer Group, Diaries, Fighter pilots, History, Personal narratives, American, World War, 1939-1945. Claire Lee Chennault (1893-1958), Robert Moody Smith.
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