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wolfman

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  1. Looks like a brit made ribbon too
  2. Will do it might be a bit though as Im packing up for a move but as soon as I get the rest of it together I shall post it
  3. Seek first to understand then to be understood

  4. Not yet long story short most of it is with my sister in Ontario so im still trying to get her to send me photos as I want to post it all rather than bits here and there unfortunately I learned that most of the paperwork was damaged last year in a flood . Hopefully I can post the group soon though
  5. Plenty of guys choose not to wear the PH I know my father didn't wear his until after korea and he earned several including one from the Normandy Campaign. As for the photo I think its likely a wartime photo and I think its very likely that the person wearing the 3rd ID patch is a WW1 vet.
  6. Great examples guys so it looks like many of them had the same pendant that's interesting even more so as they are worn two different ways
  7. Very nice to know that his sacrifice is still remembered and honoured
  8. No idea on the time frame but it was used on the commendation medals as well and they came out in medal form in 1960? I think
  9. Geez that photo of the crash site really highlights the violence of the crash thanks for sharing
  10. Agreed ugly as sin but my father's best friend loved his very much more even than his officially issued medals
  11. Any chance you picked up the Navy Cross?
  12. Very sad a simple memorial to a brave man
  13. Adam you all have some amazing groups and single medals thanks for sharing
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