United States Navy G1 Flying Jacket
U.S.Navy Buaer leather flying jacket by Star Sportswear Mfg. Co. Mouton fur collar with chin strap, 2 flap pockets, half back belt, elasticated cotton cuffs/waistband some snags and wear, Talon zipper. USN stamp to back of collar (faded). Inside pocket on the left.
The jacket is in good overall condition with some wear but no rips or tears.
Jacket size is i... read more
Named Korean War Leather A2 Private Purchase
A Private purchase A2 Leather Flying Jacket Korean War Liaison pilot.
Attributed to Captain Charles “Ace” Kieffer L-4 Grasshopper Piper Cub Liaison Pilot. Awarded Silver Star for gallantry in action.
In good condition with age related service wear, Rare patches, on the left is a Rare WWII Helicopter Training Squadron (Significance unknown further research needed) and on t... read more
WWII US Air Army 8th Air Force “A2” Leather Flight Jacket
Here is an A2 Leather Flying Jacket in good condition with a 97th Bomb Group hand painted leather patch attributed to the 97th Bomb Group who flew out of Polebrook and Grafton-under-Wood from June 1942 until November 1942 with the 8th Air Force and later transferred to the 12th and 15th Air Forces.
Leather is in good overall condition, no rips or tears cuffs and lining original. Makers ... read more
WWII US Army Air Force 8th Air Force “A2” Leather Flying Jacket
Here is a Named 8th Air Force USAAF Leather Flying Jacket. Named to Sgt Air Gunner/Engineer Richard Hartman, completed 32 missions. Flying B-24 and B17’s for the 486th Bomb Group 832nd Bomb Squadron out of Sudbury Suffolk.
Good overall condition in a size 40, leather is supple no tears to the leather. Original lining and label manufactured by Spiewak and Sons contract date is 1... read more