SOLD WW2 US 8th AAF Pilot Officer Service Uniform . UA1241

United States WW2 Army Air Force (AAF) Officer Service Tunic. Uniform has officer collar insignia, a pair of officers “U.S.” insignia and a pair of AAF (Army Air Force) insignia. Also, has Lieutenant (Lt.) Rank insignia on shoulder strap area. One sleeve has 8th AAF shoulder sleeve insignia (patch). Above one pocket is 4 ribbons bars and a full-size Pilot Wings. Above other pocket is a US Army Presidential Unit Citation ribbon bar. Tailor tag in one pocket is marked: TEX 2504, J E PFAFF, 7/26/44, 8/4/44. Worn condition with some snags or moth nips.


Additional Notes: The United States (U.S.) Army basic service uniforms consisted of a winter service uniform of olive drab (OD) wool worn in temperate weather, and a summer service uniform of khaki (a shade of tan) cotton fabric worn in tropical weather. In addition to the basic service uniforms, there were also a variety of fatigue and combat uniforms utilized as well. During ww2 era, summer and winter service uniforms were worn during their respective seasons while on duty within the United States. During wartime deployment, the European Theater of Operations was considered a year-round temperate zone and the Pacific Theater of Operations a year-round tropical uniform zone. In the Mediterranean Theater of Operations, U.S. soldiers wore both seasonal uniforms.


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Weight 66 oz
Dimensions 13 × 12 × 3 in

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