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Patrick got me inspired to reshoot my ozzies. Hopefully something interesting for all. The "G" wing I think is for gunner, not glider. Based on theater and often India and China local makers used "G" and "R" for gunner and radio. Also more consistent with British nomenclature. But my guess. No evidence.

 

 

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Tod Rathbone
Rathbone Museum of WWII Aviation Uniforms and Insignia
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Phil, there sweetheart wings, Most likley a small heart hung from the loop. :)


Pvt. James H. Honey 1st Md. Eastern shore Vol. Inf. Co. D (union) Gettysburg
Pvt. George Eddie Lear 26th Inf. Co.H 1st Div .(WW1) P.H. WIA Cpl. Richard Elsea 268th C.A. Bn. Battery A. WW2 SSgt. Grant Elsea 314th Inf. Hq.Co. I.R.79thDiv. WW2
Cpl. Harry Lawrence Butler Jr 23rd Regt. WIA Korea Lt. George Olin Tilghman 111th MG. 29th Div. WW1 DIS France 1919
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