Some one at another forum knew I collected pilot wing ask me if I wantes her uncle wiings. He joined the RCAF early in WW2 before the US entered the war. He later joined the US Army Air Force when we entered the war got both set of wings. His name was Clifford Eugene Camp and he flew bombers and was stationed in England. See did not know his rank or what squadrons RCAF or US he was from Omaha NE . I found a RCAF bomber museum hoping they have records of crew members I sent them a email hoping they can help with the missing info. He also flew for American Airlines out of NYC until the 1960's after the war. First set of wing I can put a name on in my collection. Also have his US wings kind of cool to have both pairs made by AMICO. One thing I learned looking up info on Americans volunteering to another foreign military they broke the neutrality act a law the US had against that never knew about that.
Edited by River Rat 1, 26 August 2017 - 03:38 AM.