FEBRUARY 12, 1941

From The Dragon's Wings

"CNAC lost a DC-2 when it crashed in Hunan, February 1941, when they struck the top of a 7,000-foot mountain in southern Hunan."
(Captain Paul Chinn was the Captain with Joey Thom as co-pilot. Radio Operator was not identified.) All crew died - there were no passengers.

The North-China Herald
February 19, 1941
(Courtesy of Patti Gully)

Joey Thom
There is conflicting information as to who was pilot and who was co-pilot?
Can you help?
Paul Chinn (paper misspelled last name-twice)
C.N. Pau

The North-China Herald
March 19, 1941

(Courtesy of Patti Gully)

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