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U.S. Army Air Force - WASP

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Robbins Co, Attleboro Mass, Sterling
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Tod Rathbone Collection
8/5/2009
This is an Air Corps Ferry Command wing worn by civilian pilots and worn by the WAFS which was a group of women flyers that pre-dated the WASPs. This wing was issued to men as well but the original female pilots also wore these wings. This particular wing was worn by Jean Trench.
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Robbins Co, Attleboro Mass, Sterling
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John Ferguson Collection
12/10/2010
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Robbins Co, Attleboro Mass
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John Ferguson Collection
12/10/2010
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Josten Sterling
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Courtesy of Capt. David O. Hill
12/26/2001
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Josten Sterling
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Cliff Presley Collection
11/20/2011
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Josten Sterling
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2/3/2002
This wing and the next two images all came from the same WASP pilot
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2/3/2002
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2/3/2002
These are sweetheart items
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1 1/2"
7/16"
Sterling
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R. & J. Quetel Collection

This wing was converted from another type of wing and is most likely a sweetheart piece.
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1 7/16"
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R. & J. Quetel Collection

This is most likely a sweetheart piece.
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1 7/16"
13/16"

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R. & J. Quetel Collection

This pin is one of only 1,500 made. It's an image of Fifinella, the WASP mascot. She's a female gremlin with goggles, wings and boots. Information on this pin can be found in "Antique Sweetheart Jewelry" by Nicholas D. Snider, on page 133.
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