Passion, Freedom Aviation for an Extraordinary Life!

The National Air and Space Museum welcomed distinguished guests, including Qin Gang, the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People’s Republic of China to the United States; Norton Schwartz, former Chief of Staff of the US Air Force and a four-star general; Charles Bolden, a retired Major General of the US Marine Corps and former NASA Administrator, American astronaut, founding member of the Sino-American Aviation Heritage Foundation; Jeffrey Greene, Chairman of the Sino-American Aviation Heritage Foundation; Thomas White, Vice Chairman of the Sino-American Aviation Heritage Foundation; Harry Moyer, a Flying Tigers veteran and former P-40 Warhawk pilot of the 14th Air Force, and Robert Moore, a former pilot of the Hump airlift. This event, an important aviation commemorative event co-organized by the Sino-American Aviation Heritage Foundation and the Chinese Embassy in the United States, was held at the National Air and Space Museum, the largest flight museum in the world. The event’s organizing committee carefully invited over 200 guests from across the United States to attend.


President of the Aero Sports Association Dr. Shudong Li, attended the event.


Four-star general Norton Schwartz with Ambassador of China Qin Gang 

Ambassador Qin Gang received a Flying Tigers flight jacket custom-made by the foundation.

Ambassador Qin Gang had a cordial conversation with veteran Harry Moyer.

Some members of the foundation and the organizing committee took a group photo with Ambassador Qin Gang.

ASA President Dr. Li Shudong and Four-star general Norton Schwartz 

Dr. Li Shudong and Flying Tigers veteran Harry Moyer.