Original World War Two Army Air Force Grouping, Dog Tags, Paperwork, Insignia

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An extensive World War two era grouping of paperwork/ephemera, insignia, dog tags, medal ribbons and so on.  The grouping comprises in detail;

1. Two Army Air Force Cadet patches, blue backed being the earlier war variant, later patches being on black,

2. Five individual Corporal stripes, all matching so likely issued together,

3. Single piece U.S. and Army Air Force branch of service discs,

4. A matching pair of U.S. Officer collar dogs, snow back, one pin bent,

5. A pair of Officer's 'Winged Props', both a little bent out of shape,

6. A Good Conduct medal ribbon and American Campaign medal ribbon,

7. A Good Conduct medal pin back badge,

8. A pair of dog tags, with all the correct chains, T44 mark (tenanus injection in 1944), to Arnold Rose (11137036),

9. Religion stamped as H, Hebrew - Jewish,

10. Five wedding photographs, taken outside a Synagogue, presumably Arnold's wedding.

11. A number of pieces of paperwork including; his Brown University Athletic Council card,his tobacco ration card (from Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL), his 1945 dated driver's permit, Military Conduct Card (Shaw Field, SC), his Immunization Register, his March 1945 dated Class A Pass from Gunter Field, his Mess Card and his AAF Aid Society Membership Card.

12. A photograph of three GIs on base.  Looking at the other photographs, Rose is on the far left.

Arnold was born in 1926 and enlisted 6 August 1944. He died 30 March 1982.  His 1943 dated yearbook photo is attached to the listing, which was found on Ancestry.