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  1. It looks like they gave you more stuff then just what was listed in the auctions, that is great. Did they mention anything about family? I suspect that everything was left to the Mormon church that wrote the obituary?
  2. The International Air Cadet Exchange is an annual student exchange program designed to promote character, good-will, and cooperation among the world's civilian auxiliary aviation programs. Participants come from organizations such as the Air Training Corps, Girls Venture Corps Air Cadets, Australian Air Force Cadets, United States Civil Air Patrol, German Society for Aeronautics and Astronautics, Royal Canadian Air Cadets, Turkish Aeronautical Association, Hong Kong Air Cadet Corps, Singapore National Cadet Corps, along with fifteen other equivalent groups in other nations. Cadets spend approx
  3. The address listed as the ALCC non-profit church. Unit# 706 https://www.guidestar.org/profile/52-2442380
  4. manayunkman, I was researching him for several days too. Glad I found what I did or there would have been a serious bidding war and one of us out a lot of money. With what you paid you can easily part it out and make some money. According to the Wiki page on the ALCC, it was founded in 1997 by Edmondson. The Wiki page is still in edit mode and not locked, meaning that most of what it says is unfounded. The ALCC website lists no physical addresses, just gmail email addresses of people around the world. I believe he just created his own church and military history of himself. There w
  5. His Obituary. https://www.copelandfuneralhomes.com/obituary/Robert-Edmondson Robert Walter Edmondson, 74, a proud son, patriot, and friend, of Sewickley, passed peacefully in his home on Sunday, May 3, 2020. He was born in Summit, NJ on August 9, 1945 to the late Walter Carver and Alice Elizabeth (Sullivan) Edmondson. A graduate of Bloomfield College and Drew University Theological School, he was a military advisor and chaplain in the U.S. Army Reserves. He was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Pittsburgh 4th Ward, Franklin Park. Robe
  6. The wikipage. Robert Walter Edmondson is the second Metropolitan Archbishop of the Anglo-Lutheran Catholic Church (ALCC). Edmondson was elected Metropolitan Archbishop by the Holy Synod of the ALCC on December 12, 2011, and replaces the founder and first Metropolitan Archbishop, Irl A. Gladfelter.[1][2] Prior to his election he served as the ALCC's Vicar general (Chief of Staff in the Office of the Metropolitan Archbishop) Director, Office for the Promotion of Christian Unity, Archbishop of the ALCC's Archdiocese for the Military Services and Veteran’s Affairs;[3] Secretary General
  7. I cant wait for the buyer to put his 3 mocked up uniforms on eBay in the coming weeks. If you parted everything out you might have made a little bit of money. I doubt the Presidential Advisor badges were real ones.
  8. No. He was not even a General Officer, he wrote his own Wikipedia page saying that he was. He was an officer in the Army Reserves at one point. I spent a few hours researching him last week.
  9. Elbert Ray Cook Roanne County WV. Born Sept 18th 1895. Transport Service records show he left Norfolk 6 August 1918 as a replacement soldier. Company M 128th Infantry, 32nd Division. Wounded Oct 13th 1918 (Severely), Can not find a second wound date. PH# 29015
  10. Picked this up today. Pretty rare to find a Mk.1 let alone a cutaway. The fuse has been deactivated.
  11. This has to be one of my favorite photographs. The back reads: POW - who was given sword by Chief of Police at town where he was held.
  12. A WWII Front Seam M1 helmet with a heat stamp of 271A (No S), should it be a fixed or swivel bail helmet?
  13. One case priced and packed. Tables S-49 & S-50. Also a large Estate Collection of 50+ US & British Swords, Revolutionary War to WWI.
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