WW2 US Army Air Corps Officers Uniform Named B-17 Pilot 8th Air Force Group LOT
World War 2 US Army Air Corps Pilot’s Uniform. Named Pilot: Lieutenant William L. He flew as General Robert Chrisjohn’s copilot. Reported to group on 17 Jul 1944. Completed 35 missions from 08 September 1944 to 03 February 1945. Source: American Air Museum in Britain. 1 4 pocket tunic with bullion. 1 3 Pilot’s wings. Everything is original to the uniform and pilot except the 3 pilots wings. The tunic is missing the ribbons. The “pinks” trousers are unhemmed. The shirts have small stains and at least one moth hole. The only tag I could find was on one of the shirts which said 15-34. But since all of this was probably tailored anyway, I took some measurements. For the trousers which are still hemmed, The waist is 30 and the inseam is 30 1/2. I measured one of the shirts. I got a chest measurement of 39 (pit to pit x 2). Collar to bottom of shirt 29. These measurements are approximate. The item “WW2 US Army Air Corps Officers Uniform Named B-17 Pilot 8th Air Force Group LOT” is in sale since Monday, June 18, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\United States\Uniforms”. The seller is “partsnstufflalapalooza” and is located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States