I am a collector of USAAF World War Two sterling wings. I can answer general history questions on the air war in the ETO from a USAAF perspective. I am also able to answer questions about the equipment used by USAAF airmen during WW2. Additionally I can can answer questions related to the information contained in the Pilots, Navigators, and Bombardiers information files. I look forward to your questions!
I am been collecting militaria since I was 10 years old and have been reading books about the air war in the ETO from both an allied and axis position as well.
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Hi Sorry for the late reply. Although this is not my area I wanted to let you know there are many folks who collect military related lighters and lighters in general. My only suggestion is see if
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Steve, I must have missed the email on this question and I am sorry. I think I can help you with your questions. Please send me some good clear photos via email so I can further assist if assistance
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