The Flying Tigers Aviation and Aerospace Forum is an international forum initiated by the sino-American aviation heritage foundation and Aero Sports Association (ASA).
To promote academic, technical, business, and historical cultural exchanges in the international aviation and aerospace industry, and to promote the spirit and culture of the Flying Tigers.
Specific contents include:
Building an international academic and educational exchange platform, inviting experts and scholars in the aviation and aerospace industry from both China and abroad to conduct in-depth discussions and exchanges on hot topics and related issues; organizing an International Flying Tigers Friendship School to promote international exchange activities among universities, middle and primary schools. At the same time, the forum also provides opportunities for enterprises and organizations to communicate and cooperate, promoting international business cooperation and project implementation. In addition, through exhibitions, speeches, signing ceremonies, and series of “Flying Tigers Legends” interactive activities, the forum introduces the history, spirit and culture of the Flying Tigers to the public, and inherits the spirit of internationalism.
Sino-American Aviation Heritage Foundation
Aero Sports Association
Memorize History of Flying Tigers
President of Forum: Jeffrey Green
President of Sino-American Aviation Heritage Foundation
President of Organization committee: Dr. Shudong Li
President of Aero Sports Association (ASA)
This is the current confirmed list of delegation attendees. The actual list of attendees may be subject to change.
President of Sino-American Aviation Heritage Foundation; Founder and President of Flying Tigers Aviation & Aerospace Forum (FTAF). Former member of the US Marine Corps, authority on aviation and military history and technology
Ronald Robert Fogleman is a retired United States Air Force general who served as the 15th Chief of Staff of the Air Force from 1994 to 1997 and as Commanding General of the United States Transportation Command from 1992 to 1994.
Charles Frank Bolden Jr. is a former Administrator of NASA, a retired United States Marine Corps Major General, and a former astronaut who flew on four Space Shuttle missions.
Forum Advisor, Deputy Dean of the General Aviation Research Institute of Beihang University, and Director of the General Aviation Industry Research Center, Department Chair of Aviation and Technology, Research Interests: Aviation, Technology, Mechanical Engineering
Second World War Flying Tiger, who supported B-29 bombing operations against Japan while based in Chengdu, additionally Harry holds the official title of being the World's oldest licensed, private pilot.