Chinese B-25H.

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    #1 barneybolac, Jun 3, 2009
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    Looking for any pictures of Chinese B-25H's. Would you happen to know what squadrons or group they belong to?
     
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    This is all I can find. Source - Life.
     

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    Mate that is what I have been after thanks.
     
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    Nice photo. I have not seen it before.

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    The B-25s are from the 1st. BG., Chinese-American Composite Wing; their later aircraft ( P-51s and B-25s) had mixed US--Chinese insignia.Tail nos. on the Mitchells were in the ranges 600--700 as per other 3-digit series in the Fourteenth.
    See "cbi-history.com " site ( under CACW ) for the squadron badge ( 4th BS ) on the near plane.
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    Nice pic!!
     
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    Yes that looks like it.

    Google Image Result for http://www.cbi-history.com/images/28th_fs_cacw_mb.gif
     
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    #10 barneybolac, Jun 13, 2009
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    A few more CACW B-25'h pictures I have found.



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