Category Archives: China’s Wings

Posts related to my book, China’s Wings.

Make ‘em like they used to? They don’t even draw ‘em like they used to.

Gorgeous commemorative card added to the collection of the San Francisco Aviation Museum & Library. Continue reading

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Podcast of my interview with Nik Hawks

The podcast of my interview with Nik Hawks of Paleo Treats. Continue reading

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100-year old pilot returns to Burma…

…And of course it’s Moon Chin. Continue reading

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A century of air travel and a gorgeous wind map

Links to two gorgeous websites: one that documents a century of air travel and the other that graphically illustrates current wind conditions in the United States. Continue reading

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“Into Action” is FREE this weekend

FREE this weekend: A stark military tragedy that hinges on a young soldier’s struggle to remain loyal to his distant girlfriend in a morally trying, sexually charged situation, “Into Action” spotlights the complicated emotional choices shouldered by young men at war. Continue reading

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Moving BBC interview with a Great War fighter pilot

Jaw-dropping interview with Cecil Arthur Lewis, the last surviving British World War I ace Continue reading

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Gorgeous retouch of an old Moon Chin photo

The classic 1941 Moon Chin photo, retouched by Jeff Schader. Isn’t it gorgeous? Continue reading

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The grave of William and Kitsi Bond

A fellow so inspired by the story of William and Kitsi Bond that he decided to pay his respects in person… Continue reading

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Pearl Harbor Day in Hong Kong: “Those planes are Japanese!”

Pearl Harbor Day in Hong Kong–which, on the other side of the International Date Line, was December 8, 1941. Description of the Japanese attack on the China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) at Kai Tak Airport. Continue reading

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Pearl Harbor Day

A long-neglected article about the Pearl Harbor attack written by Elizabeth McIntosh, a reporter who was there. Along with a recording of FDR’s “Day of Infamy” address to Congress. Continue reading

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