The Fourteenth Air Force Flying Tigers World War II P-40 DVD contains six rare films that focus on Flying Tigers in China from their creation as a volunteer force to their inclusion into the US 14th Air Force.
Film #1 - Pappy Paxton's Flying Tiger Film: 1941-1942 - Rare historical film depicting the American Volunteer Group from its inception to its disbandment in July 1942. B&W, 50 min.
Film #2 - United Newsreels: 1941-1942 - The Flying Tigers in the newsreels of the time. B&W, 6 min.
Film #3 - Flying Tigers China: July 1942 - Coverage of AAF activities in China. Induction of the AVG into China Air Task Force, 23rd Fighter Group. Includes scenes of Generals Stillwell and Chennault and the legendary Colonel Robert L. Scott. Color, 5 min.
Film #4 - Fourteenth Air Force Alerts: 20 March 1944 - Kunming, China. Pilots of the 23rd Fighter Group, 16th Fighter Squadron scramble to their P-40s. B&W, 13 min.
Film #5 - The Battle For China: 1944 - Japanese aggression in China from 1937 to 1944. B&W, 62 min.
Film #6 - Japanese Surrender in China: 25 October 1945 - The US Sixth Marine Division takes the surrender of 10,00 Japanese soldiers in Tsingtao, China. Color, 13 min.
Total run time for The Fourteenth Air Force Flying Tigers DVD is about 2 hours, 27 minutes in B&W and color. Format is NTSC DVD and region-free.