I thought it probably was... :wink: :001_tongue:
answer your question I think.Nice shot Ron.:thumbup1: Obviously your callsign is an aviation thing,what is the background or meaning.eg military or a plane number??
Hi, Pete. Thanks. Jacket info: "INTERMEDIATE TYPE G-1", JACKET FLYERS, MIL-J-7823E(AS), manufacturor "Flight Apparel Industries, Inc." and of course it was "Made in the USA". You can google flight jacket histories for interesting info on both the G-1 and A-2 jackets. They do seem to go well with the "B" brand, don't they? :wink::001_smile:Great stuff Ron! You're a lucky guy.
Couldn't help but notice your leather jacket - what make and model is it?
Myself, I just picked up a fantastic Roughwear 1401 A2 jacket from Eastman Leather Clothing. Love the old style flight jackets from the 1940's.
in there! I used to have a couple of inert 2.75in. FFAR's which we sometimes loaded in the LAU-68 launchers for static display because when we laid them out under the wings the kids always wanted to play with them. hmy: :blink:Great photos; the watches & the acft. I love the pic of the guy behind you peering into the rocket pods (What's he looking for, one left behind?) :001_unsure:
Best wishes to you & your family for '08