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During it's glorious career the Twenty-Seventh flew 6,805 missions over the worse terrain in the World, in the most vicious weather Mother Nature could dream up. On many occasions, personnel of the squadron served in the middle of battle as liaison with Allied ground forces. The Twenty-Seventh Troop Carrier Squadron received 25 commendations from Theater Command, as well as from Washington, D.C., Great Britain and Nationalist China. The personnel of the squadron are some of the most recognized of the war, receiving 1,271 decorations.

No USAAF unit gave more of itself to preserve freedom forever and a day
 

An abstract history of the 27th T.C.SSquadron insigniaAssignments, Commanders, Stations, Adjutants, First Sergeants
Assam, India, China - Loading suppliesSignal from F.D.R, ChurchillShare and share alike!
"Like Father Christmas"The 27th at Myitkyina Burma, Yunnan China PHOTOGRAPHS"Ladies of the 27th"
Air Drop PhotographsChinditsNow it can be told!
Visit these CBI web sitesAircraft of No.1 Air CommandoRoll of Honor of the 27th Troop Carrier Squadron


Broadway and Peter HomfrayYou sure scared the h---- out of me!Over Burma, at night in the C-47
Blackpool- The Burma InfernoThe Inferno-Never to be forgottenHell has it's furyYunnann, ChinaTHE HIGHEST BATTLE AND THE HIGHEST VALORTHE DAY I SAVED THE LIFE OF LORD LOUIS MOUNTBATTEN
HAWKS IN THE BLACK OF NIGHTSENIOR HAWK RECOLLECTSBIRTH OF A MISSION FOR THE HAWKS
CAMELS, ELEPHANTS AND MULESRETURN TO BURMAIN THE DARKNESS OF THE NIGHT

Chindits in actionThe Gurkhas
Story of the Mule in combat

FRIENDS OF THE 27th LADYILL-FATED L-5 FLIGHT OF COOK, Edward L.RESCUED IN ENEMY TERRITORY TO FLY AGAIN
MULE-HAULING MISSIONSDOWN, BUT NOT OUTCOMPANIONS IN FLIGHT

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In memory of those troopers left behind
They gave their tomorrow for your today
Always in our memory, always in our heart H.A. Blair


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Historical Branch
Twenty Seventh Troop Carrier Squadron
La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA
Harry A. Blair, Squadron Historian



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