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Tudor, W.G. Flight of Eagles: The Mexican Expeditionary Air Force. Ph.D. diss., Texas Christian University, 1997.
KMVA: Cotorreado, hosted by Ricardo Garza, Dec. 2, 1999.
Interview with Reynaldo Pérez Gallardo, by Lucy Guevara on March 9, 2000.
México’s Squadron/ KMBH-TV 60; produced, directed, and written by Rick Leal.