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By Tomas Carmichael, Ron Willis

ISBN-10: 0887407951

ISBN-13: 9780887407956

Книга US military Wings of Gold From 1917 to the current. US army Wings of Gold From 1917 to the current. Книги Исторические Автор: Ron L.Willis & Thomas Carmichel Формат: pdf Размер: 42,4 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Книга об отличительном знаке военно-морских пилотов ВМФ США - "золотых крыльях". История знака, варианты с момента создания до наших дней.

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Bureau of Naval Personnel letter dated 18 March 1947, abolished the Naval Aviation Observer (Navigation) insignia, and authorized all officers designated as Naval Aviation Observer (Navigation) to wear the same insignia as that worn by Naval Aviation Observers. Minor changes in the dimensions appeared in Change 5of 10 April 1958 to Uniform Regulations 1951. These dimensions were given as: "The insignia shall measure 2" from tip to tip of wings; the circular shield shall be 3/8" in diameter; total height of shield and silver background beneath 9/16"; the scroll shall be 3/4" long and 1/4" wide; centered over the shield, each end to rest on top ofwings.

S. Meyer. The first clutch had two variation markings impressed around the face of the clutch: PAT. MAY 151923, and PAT. NO. 1454857, followed by the same first style clutch without any markings. Army Regulation 600-25, 31 December 1926, authorized the first clutch fastener. S. Meyer in the Army and Navy Register dated 27 November, 1926; page 517. , brass construction, reads: PAT. May 15 1923 Courtesy of]. Duncan Campbell. CHAPTER 2: NAVAL WINGS OF THE 1920s-1930s 49 Courtesy ofI Duncan Campbell.

Silver "0" and anchor. No berries, fine detailing 16 feathers. Size: 72mm in width. Below: Reverse ofNaval Aviation Observer wing. Pin back, die struck, solid back, Vanguard hallmark in center ofwing. Author's collection. S. Meyer was the first to introduce the clutch fastener, they did not own the first patent. Elisha A. Phinney was the patent holder. S. Meyer. The first clutch had two variation markings impressed around the face of the clutch: PAT. MAY 151923, and PAT. NO. 1454857, followed by the same first style clutch without any markings.

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