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Delayed Bulletin – Las Vegas Reunion Photos – Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
CAT Members: The Holiday rush and unforeseen circumstances have delayed the release of the Bulletin until the end of January. Meanwhile, please log in to our website and enjoy photos from the fabulous Las Vegas Reunion posted in the CAT GALLERIES (www.catassociation.org/members/cat-galleries).  Note: you must be logged in to view these restricted pages.  If you have any issues, contact Carol at [email protected].

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Civil Air Transport (CAT) was an airline founded by Lt. General Claire Lee Chennault, leader of the Flying Tigers, and Whiting Willauer of China Defense Supplies at the conclusion of World War II.  Most of the pilots were former Tigers or other combat pilots from the Asian Theatre.  For the next four decades, CAT, and then its successor, Air America, were primary instruments of American foreign policy in Asia.
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