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Two U.S Air Force Senior Pilot rating insigna:-
1. Full size 3" clutch back fittings in rhodium finish and marked 22M (Meyer NY) on the back.
2. Shirt size 2" clutch back fitting maker marked N.S.Meyer N.Y. 1/20th silver filled.
Sold as a set of two.
Here is two Command Pilot badges:-
1. Measures 2" with clutch back fittings marked S21
2. Measures 1 1/2" pin back in sterling maker marked H-H.
Sold as two items.
A good original set of Officer's insignia comprising of two early U.S. letters and two early N.S. Meyer marked Aviation Branch insignia.
Here is a pair of Aviation Branch insignis (not matching), early clutch back fittings.
A 9th Engineering Command D.I. quality manufacture with a screw back fitting.
Measures 1 1/8" x 1 "
The IX (9th) Engineer Command (Advance) Headquarters was organized in England as a component of the Ninth Air Force on March 30th, 1944, with an authorized strength of 289 officers and men. Additional organizations were added to the Command so that by D-Day in Normandy (June 6th, 1944), the Headquarters controlled four Engineer Aviation Regiments, 16 standard Aviation Engineer Battalions (four in each Regiment), and three Airborne and one Camouflage Aviation Engineer Battalions that were under direct operational control of the Headquarters. The initial mission of the Command was to construct new airfields on the Continent and to rehabilitate captured airfields.
A pair of original Officer's aviation branch insignia on clutch back fittings.
A pair of EM Aviation collar insignia, two piece, screw back fittings.
A pair of EM Aviation collar insignia, one piece, screw back fittings.
A rare Australian made Officer's Branch of Service insignia pin back maker marked by Wallace Bishop Brisbane.
Measures 1 1/8"
A single and rare U.S. Officer's Aviation Branch insignia maker marked Angus & Coot Sydney with early clutch back fittings.
Measure 1 1/8"
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