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Iraqi Airways Collections or items you may have for others to share:

This post here is to start a collection of items from all of you collectors to share with others.

Iraqi Airways was established in 1945 as Iraqi Airways started to grow it needed larger aircrft so it purchesd the Boeing 707 and 747.

Here is some of my collection of Iraqi Airways memorbilia.......

Iraqi Pilot's Identification Card written in English and Arabic:

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All of these items belonged to a retired Iraqi Airfoce Brigadier Ganeral, Who's passion was flying. After he retired he flew as a Flight Commander for the Iraqi Airways. Now all of his great items are part of my collection:

Please feel free to post all of your Iraqi Airways items here for all of us to share and any information you can add would be awesome:

Thank you for viewing:

SSG Luna, Lorenzo

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Iraqi Airways Pilot Blue Uniform: Belong to Brigadier General Faisel

Uniform is complete with paints, has a green Iraqi Airways Tag in it:

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Hello

Great collection, of Iraqi airways items. :jumping: I especially like both of your pilot's wings. Great design, and quality. I wish that I had some items to contribute to your interesting thread, but the closest I get is a couple of european wings, and a uniform from the Scandinavian Airlines System, and that is not very close.

All the best

Snoopy

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