Here are some photos of an early 1922-1924 Air Force Commander jacket. It is made from medium brown wool with a 6 wooden button front and has four flapped pockets, the lower ones being internal. It is fully lined in black cotton. There is a two hook closure at the neck for the fall collar. The insignia is light blue with red piping. All insignia is hand-sewn and matches for construction, materials and age/wear. The metal wings on the collar tabs are of an early pattern. The rank insignia is especially interesting as it indicates use by Azerbaijani forces. There is a single hole of the left breast for what appears to have been a screw-back Red Banner.
Overall this jacket shows moderate wear with multiple repairs to the lining, the front and rear of the jacket.
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