WWII PILOT GROUPING USAAF KIA

WWII PILOT GROUPING USAAF KIA

$215.00Price
This is a grouping of photographs, watch, jewelry, dog tags and documents belonging to a USAAF pilot named Robert L. Alexander. He was killed during a training accident on July 7, 1944 in Utah. It comes from the same collection belonging to fellow pilot Jack W. Emahiser as they were acquainted.  This is a very moving set of items and would be a great collection for someone who remembers the sacrifices of our veterans.
SKU: A-254-2

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