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  1. John J. Vedovati was born in 1922. He enlisted in the US Army on October 23, 1942, and served with the Quartermaster Corps. Not much information regarding his service. There was only one "family tree" on Ancestry.com, but it was marked "private" so no information there. His Army service number matches that on the canteen.
  2. What is the spelling of the last name?
  3. I have Chief Stokes named USN Good Conduct Medal. If anyone on the forum has this collection, I would be interested in it. Jeff
  4. You have some fantastic information on your website. I've visited it a number of times for research! Thanks for sharing. Jeff
  5. Great topic! I don't have one of these wings yet.... but I will eventually. Very informative as I always get skeptical when I see them. Thanks Bill Scott, I had no idea they had a wing for the pilots! And thanks to everyone for educating us all. Sitting here researching an OSS group I picked up a few years ago and this pops. up... well, have to have something to do while on "lockdown"! Jeff
  6. Thanks for all the input and information. I appreciate it!
  7. Looking for some input on this one... is this an early 1950's Japanese made patch. It is about 5 1/2 inches on wool. Thanks!
  8. Maybe.... JEFFERSONVILLE EVENING NEWS OBITUARY – 06/15/1998 Funeral services for John B. Warder, 73, of Floyd Memorial Hospital, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 16, at Oak Street Chapel of Seabrook Dieckmann & Naville Funeral Home, with burial in Kraft Graceland Memorial Park. He died Saturday, June 13, 1998, at Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services. He was an agent for New York Life Insurance Company and a member of American Legion Post 28. Survivors include his wife, the former Janet Johnson; two sons, John B. Warder Jr., Jeffersonville, and Russell J. Warder, West Pal
  9. I've had this one in my collection for a few years. I think they are a cool pin... but as stated before, you wouldn't want to go through what it took to get one! This one has the original card it was issued on.
  10. Thanks for all the input, I really appreciate it.
  11. Looking for some help on this one... I'm thinking this is an Italian made 752nd Tank Battalion. What are your thoughts? The back of the patch is black... normal? Thanks, Jeff
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