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  1. Here's a another small AIrship Pilot wing. It looks like the same one Cliff posted, but has the Kinney & Company hallmark.
  2. Here's a great 1918 portrait of Colonel Rice from the Minnesota Historical Society web site. Mel, a high res reproduction photo is available for purchase from them: http://collections.mnhs.org/cms/display?irn=10707703&return=displaymode%3Dgrid%26q%3DCushman%2520Rice%26type%5B%5D%3DPhotographs
  3. What kind of belt buckle is he wearing? Thanks for posting this group!
  4. Thanks for showing these. Is a name engraved on the badge in photo #3?
  5. Here's a link to a thread on this wing: usmilitariaforum.com/forums/index.php?/topic/196736-unusual-glider-pilot-wings-please-weigh-in/
  6. Thanks for the replies. It doesn't look like it was ever silver plated. Would it have been polished and worn this way or is it a sweetheart piece? I also have a full size British made brass aircrew wing that was never plated.
  7. Has anyone seen this one before? It's brass or bronze, looks die struck and is 1.5" long.
  8. Beautiful example, thanks for posting it. I think my patch was pinned to a board exposed to the sun. The plane sure looks like a AT-6 Texan trainer.
  9. Thanks Chis for posting the photos! How much does the that projectile with cap weigh? Bob
  10. Thanks for the information Steve.
  11. Thanks for the help! Is it worth anything?
  12. The top is stamped with some letters and numbers.
  13. What is this? I just picked it up from a neighbors garage sale. It's 4" W x 5.5 H" The side is stamped: REUSABLE and RETURN TO NAD...
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