ISSUES OF THE JING BAO JOURNALS

I have been thinking about the next generation to carry the torch for CNAC. Right now I don't know if the next or "Third Generation" has the interest to do this. I do know that the CNAC web site will go on for a very long time. I have also noted as I post the CNAC Wings Over Asia (total of 5 volumes) that there is so much history in these older volumes, but then I realized that we, the "Second Generation" are creating history by continuing to publish the Cannon Ball, having the CNAC reunions and the trips to China. If you are among the Third Generation reading this and have the interest in carrying the CNAC torch, please let us know.

Please Note:If you have signed issues of the jing bao JOURNAL magazines that are not listed here, please contact the
CNAC Web Editor, Tom Moore. Thanks.


jing bao JOURNAL, 2003, May-June (21 MB)
Signed by Fred W.O. Chao, Major General CAF (Ret.), who knew my uncle Emil Scott in China in the late 1930's.
See page 36.

jing bao JOURNAL, 1999, June-July (24 MB)
Signed by Cynthia Chennault and her two sons.
Cynthia is one of Claire Chennaults' daughters; see pages 22 & 23.

jing bao JOURNAL, 1998, October-November (13 MB)
Signed by Fred W.O. Chao, Major General CAF (Ret.), who knew my uncle Emil Scott in China in the late 1930's.
See page 9.

jing bao JOURNAL, 1993, August/September (22 MB)
Discussion about the Hump Monument in Kunming and mention of the Aluminum Trail by Chick Marrs Quinn.


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