Original WW II 374th Bomb Squadron, 308th Bomb Group Collection For Sale
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Original WW II 374th Bomb Squadron, 308th Bomb Group Collection :
Original WW II 374th Bomb Squadron, 308th Bomb Group Collection belonging to Jerome F. Cormier . Ike jacket size 36Lwith theatre made 14th AF and CBI patches. A2 flight jacket Monarch MFG Co. size 36. with blood chit and theatre made 374th SQ, 14th AF and CBI patches. No rips or tears in the lining. As you can see from the pictures the cuffs and waistband are in poor shape. Photograph albums, documents, publications, medals (Air Medal and Distinguished Flying Cross both with name engraved) and original photographic negatives (22 are nose art). All sales final. Thanks for looking see my other items. Any questions please ask.
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