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Signalcorps45

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  1. Dieter3,

    Thanks for the website. I kind of assumed the vet got these flags as a souvenir when he was on leave in Japan, while serving in Korea.

    Dean


  2. Hugh,

    Thanks for the information. I have no idea where they came from. I suspected they were at least Post WWII or even modern flags. They are silk, the two smaller ones are 5" in height and 6" wide and the larger one is 6" in height and 8" wide.

    Dean


  3. Hello to all,

    I picked these up from a veteran's daughter. Her father served in a US tank group in Europe in WWII and then again in the Korean War. I could not locate any information that he served in the Pacific during WWII. He may have picked these up on leave in Japan during the Korean War. Does anyone have any information on these flags? Any help would be appreciated.

    Dean


  4. Hello to all,

    I just picked these pins up from a US World War II Veteran's daughter. Her father served in a tank group in World War II and then again in Korea. He began his service early in 1941 as an officer in the Calvary. He had a bunch of these pins, which look to me as WWI tanks. If anyone could provide any information on these I would appreciate it.

    Dean


  5. Hello to all:

    I have a friend that has a Arm-Nav Trooper newspaper dated August 12, 1945. My friend's father received the Philippine Liberation medal for service during the war. He probably picked up this newspaper then.

    Does anyone have and information on this publication.

    Thank you.

    Dean


  6. Hello to everyone,

    I have attached a few pics of the military show I coordinate in Kirtland Ohio.

    I had 151 tables and 580 visitors this year.

    Thank you to all the forum members who attended or supported this show. It was because of this support that the show even exists.

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