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  1. Unknown Air Force Squadron patch. Purchased with Aeromedical Evacuation squadron and group patches from the late 1960s. Any help is greatly appreciated.
  2. The upper right is Boy Scouts for the Explorers program.
  3. Great poster. The artist William Steig was a famous cartoonist for the New Yorker magazine. In later life, he wrote the kid's book Shrek! which was the basis for the movies.
  4. The bandages are modern. Both have zip codes in the address for the manufacturer. Zip codes came into use in the mid-1960s.
  5. Unusual find this weekend, a Food Tray Galley used by bomb crews and other flight crew on long flights. There is a photo showing a B-29 crew using one of these on a long flight. Unfortunately none of the accessories are with this one.
  6. Mort, the item number is not correct. Also it is listed as VMF14. I am not a fan of the manufacture style of the patch. It does not look like the usual Australian embroidery. The ebay link is https://www.ebay.com/itm/WWII-WW2-US-MARINES-PATCH-VMF-14-Fighter-Squadron-Death-Dealers-ORIGINAL-USMC/193008425070?hash=item2cf032d86e:g:euEAAOSwxgBdNlO-
  7. Have been told that this is for colored USMC troops. We have the exact patch in our collection made the same way.
  8. HMA 169. I would date this patch as late 1970s to early 1980s. Unit is now HMLA 169.
  9. The patches were also sold at Disney MGM Studios (as the park was known at the time.) The store was located by the Victory Gardens. I do not believe they did a second set of the pin set.
  10. The Wolf is from MGM cartoons and the director was Tex Avery. He usually was having a reaction to Little Red Hot Riding Hood.
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