Redhawk Squadron on Victory over Japan Day

First Lieutenant Arthur W. Clark, 35th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, “G” Flight intelligence officer, looks up from his work with a stereoscope to smile for a picture in his office circa November, 1944. This was in the period when “G” Flight was based at Beiting Field at Yunnanyi, China. The furniture was made on site from .50-caliber machine gun ammunition boxes and bomb crates. Local craftsmen were hired with cigarettes to make the furniture from such resources. (Courtesy of Maj Gen Arthur W. Clark, USAF (Retired))

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