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Major General Chia-Jen Chu (朱家仁) (1900-1985) was an aviation engineer in charge of manufacturing and development of military aircraft for the National Revolutionary Army in the 1930s to 1950s.Chu was born in China and after completing his secondary studies in Soochow he studied aviation engineering at MIT from 1920 to 1926. Upon graduation he return to China.

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  • Major General Chia-Jen Chu (朱家仁) (1900-1985) was an aviation engineer in charge of manufacturing and development of military aircraft for the National Revolutionary Army in the 1930s to 1950s.Chu was born in China and after completing his secondary studies in Soochow he studied aviation engineering at MIT from 1920 to 1926. Upon graduation he return to China.
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  • Major General Chia-Jen Chu (朱家仁) (1900-1985) was an aviation engineer in charge of manufacturing and development of military aircraft for the National Revolutionary Army in the 1930s to 1950s.Chu was born in China and after completing his secondary studies in Soochow he studied aviation engineering at MIT from 1920 to 1926. Upon graduation he return to China. He worked at aviation factory near Hongqiao Airport as a service technician, then joined the National Revolutionary Army and was in charge of an aircraft manufacturing facility in Yunnan. In 1930 he worked at the Nanjing Aeronautics Department.Chu helped developed two experimental helicopters, the Hummingbird in the 1940s and CJC-3 in the 1950s. Neither aircraft was developed into a production model. He also developed the X-PO, the only Chinese-made aircraft of World War II.Retired in 1962, he moved to the United States in 1980 and died there in 1985.
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