Become a meber today!

posted on 17 Dec 2019 in Clothing

My Dad says a the your country won the war…

Photo courtesy of Alex Volkov.

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  1. algernon | 4:12 am |

    Something for the little germs

  2. algernon | 4:13 am |

    Where spacing doesn’t matter

  3. Droll not Troll | 4:19 am |

    Came from ameber? I bet that gave him an organism!

  4. Droll not Troll | 4:24 am |

    Should have volunteered as a proof-reader.

  5. DrLex | 5:43 am |

    Correctspacingand punctuationareover rated

  6. Frank Burns | 6:11 am |

    “I, stateyourname, do volunteer to join the entervolenteergrouphere to defend the sovereignty of yourcountryhere so help me enterdietyhere.”

  7. Marum | 2:12 pm |

    avirex = king of the air.

  8. Marum | 2:23 pm |

    @FB 0611. That is like one of my Aboiginal friends who was filling in a form. When he came to “Mob”. He wrote:.

    Mob: Bundalung, Arakwal, Murrbay. (That’s my mob boss)

  9. Marum | 2:26 pm |

    He is not ameber. He is an amoeba.

  10. Marum | 2:34 pm |

    I would assume this is Chinese:

    The First American Volunteer Group (AVG) of the Chinese Air Force in 1941–1942, nicknamed the Flying Tigers, was composed of pilots from the United States Army Air Corps (USAAC), Navy (USN), and Marine Corps (USMC), recruited under President Franklin Roosevelt’s authority before Pearl Harbor and commanded by Claire Lee Chennault.

    John Wayne did a movie about this in 1942.

    8/10/1942 · Directed by David Miller. With John Wayne, John Carroll, Anna Lee, Paul Kelly. Capt. Jim Gordon’s command of the famed American mercenary fighter group in China is complicated by the recruitment of an old friend who is a reckless hotshot.

  11. Marum | 2:35 pm |

    Credits: Stollen from Wonkypedia.

  12. Eggrish | 5:12 pm |

    Where are you from, dear sir?
    Why, Mycountry ofcourse!

    In Mycountry, nospaces noproblem!

  13. Droll not Troll | 11:09 pm |

    Oh, sure! Flying tigers are kings of the air; WHEN THEY’VE BEEN EATEN BY VULTURES.

  14. markm | 3:20 pm |

    Marum: Here is an AVG fighter with a flying tiger painted on the side:
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f3/Flying_tigers_pilot.jpg

    However, their most recognizable insignia was the shark’s mouth decoration around the P40 air intake – at least until everyone imitated it, including aircraft without an air intake under the nose. They were few in number, but at least they _looked_ fierce – and that was probably more important to the Chinese morale than their actual win-loss record, which was pretty remarkable considering the limitations of the P40. They were technically mercenaries, but they fought very well. They were the first American pilots to fight Japanese aircraft, and the first ones to win until the US Navy had painfully learned the same lessons the AVG already knew well.

    The text on the T-shirt may be a very bad translation of the Chinese characters on a “blood chit” each pilot carried in case of being shot down: “This foreign person has come to China to help in the war effort. Soldiers and civilians, one and all, should rescue and protect him.”

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