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A WWII shirt size 2" Pilot wing, pin back in sterling silver and maker marked Amico. Pin back example with safety catch present. Some age and tarnishing.
A shirt size 2" USAAF Plot Wing, pin back in sterling silver with safety clasp. A well stuck example.
A good WWII USAAF Shirt size Bombardier wing, pin back with safety clasp in sterling silver with some age and wear.
A good 2" shirt size WWII USAAF Aircrew wing, pin back in sterling silver with safety catch.
A WWII 2" shirt size Aircrew wing, pin back in with safety catch present and in sterling silver. Some age and patina.
A good example of an English made Aircrew Wing, maker marked by Gaunt of London, pin back example. Quality workmanship with detailed feathers.
A scarce Flight Nurse wing, pin back with safety clasp, maker marked NS Meyer New York and in sterling silver.
Before World War II, the U.S. military showed little interest in using aircraft and flight nurses to evacuate wounded soldiers to rear areas. The global war, however, forced the U.S. Army Air Forces to revolutionize military medical care through the development of air evacuation (later known as aeromedical evacuation) and flight nurses.
This is an embroidered Pilot wing in tan cloth in near mint condition for tropical uniform.
Measures 3 5/8" x 1 1/2"
A USAAC Full size Navigator wing, a two piece construction with pin back safety catch in sterling silver.
A good Command Pilot wing by Meyer of New York. Pin back with safety clasp in sterling silver and maker marked.
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