Don’t bother looking on the map for Tezgon because you won’t find it. This far-flung outpost on the air route to the Chino-Burma-India Theater was hastily born out of wartime necessity, where aircraft and crews needing to “fly the Hump” were delivered and staged. One veteran’s mesmerizing and engaging memories were sparked by a photo book by one of the legends of aviation photography—Phillip Makanna, a.k.a. “GHOST.”