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    Posted 2 years ago

    MarkFoltz
    (6 items)

    Any ideas on identifying what group this is?
    I see a Army air corps patch on the left arm.

    I have no information on this at all, though my grandfather (pilot with the Ferrying Command) is included in the group. (He was killed during the war)

    You guys have been of great help in the past...so I'm trying it again.
    Thanks

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    1. flashlarue flashlarue, 2 years ago
      My guess is WW2 Army Air force flight navigators looks like a Florida airbase building.
    2. MarkFoltz MarkFoltz, 2 years ago
      Wow...nice call Larue. I just now see the palm leaf.
      There was a stamp on the back, but I didn’t know if that was from that base or just a generic stamp used at headquarters or wherever.
      I’ll include it shortly.
    3. MarkFoltz MarkFoltz, 2 years ago
      I was wondering if this was possibly an officer training school, since he entered the army as a Lt.
      And in a quick search, I did find a pic mentioning Miami Beach and the officer training.
      http://flashbackmiami.com/2015/02/25/miami-beach-wartime-training-center/#
    4. scottvez scottvez, 2 years ago
      The Army Air Corps had a large training center in Miami during WW2.

      scott

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