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|Museum unveils Chennault statue|
Dozens of local and state officials joined supporters of the Chennault Aviation and Military Museum late last week to unveil a statue honoring Gen. Claire Chennault.
The statue is located outside the museum off Kansas Lane near the Monroe Regional Airport.
On Friday, the museum also received another surprise in the form of a $50,000 check from the Monroe business community and China's Huawei Technologies.
The museum also took part in a fundraising endeavor to help raise monies to expand the story of how China and the United States worked together during World War II.
Chennault and his Flying Tigers are considered some of America's greatest heroes by China due to their efforts to fight the Japanese during World War II.
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