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A marksman award badge pin back in sterling silver. With marksman bars a rare Aerial Gunner, Machine Gun and sterling silver Rifle.
Three U.S.A. Son In Service and Air Corps pins, miniatures 1/2" in size, two connected by safety chains and have pin back fittings as per images.
A good pair of Officer's Aviation Branch of Service insignia with clutch back fittings.
A good pair of Offier's Aviation branch of service insignia, clutch back fittings.
A matching pair of Aviation Branch insignia, clutch back fittings and maker marked by N.S.Meyer New York (please note different maker marks)
A Pair of USAAF Officer's Aviation branch of service insignia, acid test. Clutch back fitting on period card.
I have several sets in stock
An 8th Air Force D.I. period piece with pin back and safety catch. Enamel is good. Not maker marked.
Early period original matching pair of 9th Air Force distinctive insignia. Pin back fittings with safety catches, the enamel is in good condition. Not maker marked.
A single 9th Air Force D.I. pin back with safety clasp, enamel good. Not maker marked.
An original ATC cap Badge with screw back fittings. Measures 1 15/16" x 1 15/16"
Air Transport Command (ATC) was a United States Air Force unit that was created during World War II as the strategic airlift component of the United States Army Air Forces.
It had two main missions, the first being the delivery of supplies and equipment between the United States and the overseas combat theaters; the second was the ferrying of aircraft from the manufacturing plants in the United States to where they were needed for training or for operational use in combat. ATC also operated a worldwide air transportation system for military personnel.
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