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4th F.I.W. Rocker Club Ashtrays and Coffee Cup Korea


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I was pleasantly surprised to these 4th FIW items at a local thrift store a few days ago, and of all places outside on their "Free Stuff" table! I haven't found much of anything on the "Rocker Club" other than it was a social club for personnel and there was one in Korea, where I assume these came from. I did find a page where other people have found other items apparently from other Rocker Clubs where the 4th FIW was stationed: 

https://www.koreanwar.org/html/units/usaf/4fiw.htm?PageNum_Looking=2

(You'll want to use the word finder)

The ashtrays are not a set, each is slightly different in shape, depth, lettering, etc. The cup has a crown stamp on the bottom, and all three pieces I believe are ceramic. Considering their age all three pieces are in great condition and display quite nicely. 

 

Comments are always welcome!

 

 

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Interested in items related to:

-Amarillo A.A.F. / Amarillo Air Force Base

-Military instillations located in the Texas Panhandle, South Plains, and West Texas.

-"F" Company, 142nd Infantry Regiment, 36th Infantry Division (Texas National Guard)

-413th Civil Affairs Battalion (USAR)

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In Memoriam:

CSM Juan H. Hernandez - U.S. Army WWII, Korea, Vietnam

RM1c William C. Denney - U.S.S. McDermut (DD-677) Korea

 

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