Royal Air Force - Navigator

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7/29/2001
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8/11/2001
This wing is from the Commonwealth Training Program.
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3 1/2"



Tim Lewis Collection
12/3/2001
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2" diagonally




11/7/2002
This is one of the miniature wings worn by foreign RAF trained personnel. These were worn mostly by Czechs and Poles when transferring back to their own air forces. The insignia of their own air force was then worn, but with these miniatures on the right breast. Members of the U.S. AAF also wore these miniatures.
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3 3/4"



Clifford Orth Collection
6/16/2004
This wing was altered by the Navigator, who took an early 1941 AG wing and had the N and wreath added to the wing. The wing poriton is flat and the N and wreath are padded.
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3 1/4"



Clifford Orth Collection
6/16/2004
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3 5/8"



Clifford Orth Collection
6/16/2004
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J. & S. Harrison Collection
1/20/2012
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Aviation Wings and Badges of the World Wars