Flying Tigers

Roster of the Flying Tigers, 1941-1942

The 1st American Volunteer Group was a unit of the Chinese Air Force, serving in Burma and China from December 1941 until mid-July 1942, when it was replaced by the 23rd Fighter Group, U.S. Army Air Forces. This roster of its members is complete--really it is! If you don't find a name you expected to see, please look at the Frequently Asked Questions.

1. AVG Roster, A-E
2. AVG Roster, F-L
3. AVG Roster, M-R
4. AVG Roster, S-Z

In addition to the AVG Flying Tigers as traditionally defined, scores of people were involved in supporting the fighter group, were attached to it, or joined the follow-on bomber group:

5. Attached Personnel
6. The 2nd AVG

If you have information on the earlier or later service of any AVG veteran, or if you know of anyone who signed on with the 2nd AVG, please send email -- Dan Ford.

Flying Tigers

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