Prop & Wing Collar Insignia

Description

This collar insignia was worn during WWI. It has a pin back and is bronze- and silver-colored metal.

First Lieutenant Edward H. Miller was a pilot assigned to the Aviation Section of the Army Signal Corps in WWI. He also attended the School of Military Aeronautics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Massachusetts. The tunic design is similar to the British uniform in WWI. The wool tunic has a high collar, plastic buttons, silver bullion wire pilot wings, and three service chevrons.

Filed In:
Era: World War I
Clothing & Insignia: Collar Insignia
Accession #:
1997-3242-0003-0004
Museum Location:
Not on display
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Disclaimer

Every artifact in the Air Mobility Command Museum, including this one, is part of the United States Air Force Heritage Program. We are not able to loan or sell artifacts in the museum's collection.

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