Zoom Flying Tiger P-40 Warhawk Coffee Mug by Artist Craig Tinder - Aces In Action
Zoom Flying Tiger P-40 Warhawk Coffee Mug by Artist Craig Tinder - Aces In Action
Zoom Flying Tiger P-40 Warhawk Coffee Mug by Artist Craig Tinder - Aces In Action
Zoom Flying Tiger P-40 Warhawk Coffee Mug by Artist Craig Tinder - Aces In Action
Zoom Flying Tiger P-40 Warhawk Coffee Mug by Artist Craig Tinder - Aces In Action
Zoom Flying Tiger P-40 Warhawk Coffee Mug by Artist Craig Tinder - Aces In Action

Flying Tiger P-40 Warhawk Coffee Mug by Artist Craig Tinder

$11.00
Whether you're drinking your morning coffee, evening tea, or something in between – this mug's for you! It's sturdy and glossy with a vivid print that'll withstand the microwave and dishwasher.

• Ceramic
• Dishwasher and microwave safe
• White and glossy

Charles 'Chuck' Older served in both WWII and the Korean War. With a confirmed total of 18 enemy victories, Older was the third highest scoring ace of the American Volunteer Group (AVG) recruited by Claire Lee Chennault. The Flying Tigers were comprised of three fighter squadrons with its primary mission to defend China against a superior, Imperial Japanese invasion force.

Flying the P-40B Hawk Model H81-A2 (also known by the British designation - Tomahawk IIB) against the Japanese, the Flying Tigers used superior tactics to overwhelm their more maneuverable adversaries. The original Flying Tigers would lose only 14 pilots during combat missions in 1941-1942.

Perhaps one of the more distinguishable icons of WWII, the Flying Tigers' shark-mouthed nose art remains a symbol of freedom and one of the earliest beacons of hope during the darkest days of World War II.
Flying Tiger P-40 Warhawk Coffee Mug by Artist Craig Tinder - Aces In Action

Flying Tiger P-40 Warhawk Coffee Mug by Artist Craig Tinder

$11.00
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