Commemorating the 60th anniversary of the American Volunteer Group. In 1942, the Japanese mounted a major offensive to drive the American, British, and Chinese Nationalist troops out of China and into Burma. A vital choke point in the advance was the Salween Gorge, where the Japs were forced to cross on a pontoon bridge. The Flying Tigers of the AVG destroyed the bridge, destroyed the road, and saved the Allies from total defeat.
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