JANUARY 16, 1945
CHUNGKING TO KUNMING - 100 MILES EAST OF KUNMING


From Fletcher Hank's, "WHEN AND HOW THE CNAC CRASHES HAPPENED ON THE HUMP AND ITS ENVIRONS DURING WWII" (hand-dated 5/4/02)

George Huang, 01/16/45, C-47 #93.
All 3 crew killed. Chinese crew. George was flying from Chungking to Kunming with a very valuable load of silk in very bad weather. He flew past Kunming and hit a mountain 100 miles east of Kunming.
Source: Donald McBride's log.


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