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  1. I WISH TO CORRECT A LONG STANDING HISTORICAL FACT THAT LT. WALTER HINTON USN WAS ACTUALLY THE CO-PILOT. LT ELMER STONE HAS BEEN OFFICIALLY DECLARED BY THE USCG AS THE LEAD PILOT OF THE NC-4. THIS DECLARATION BY THE COAST GUARD WAS MADE OFFICIAL WHEN THE COAST GUARD CHANGED LT. STONE'S HEAD STONE AT ARLINGTON CEMETERY TO READ "PILOT" INSTEAD OF CO-PILOT.LT ELMER FOWLER STONE WAS THE FIRST COAST GUARD AVIATOR AND THE 38TH NAVAL AVIATOR.
  2. I searched the whole CIB forum and found a post by Kfields on Oct. 6 2007 with a front and back photo. He did not have any info on the badge. The rifle is an attached piece as is all other parts. Is this a multi piece badge? Dale
  3. I have a CIB that is marked sterling and is a pinback made of at least three parts.I want to post my photos but my pictures are to large. Please help!!! I think this one is unique to say the least. I would like to show you folks and discuss this badge. Thank you
  4. Hello I am posting for the first time in this forum because i was given a full camo set and red beret w/ bullion airborne insignia by a living MAAG advisor circa 1962. The camo set has had no insignia sewn on them and never has. Both have the quarter master stamps and look like the real deal. The set does look as if it was just issued. I Think this is a camo called "BLOOD CAKE and BULLETPROOF" . It has Two pockets on the shirt and the buttons are hidden. The pants have two deep pockets w/out buttons in front and two rear pockets. The camo is dark purple pattern.The beret was worn and is in go
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