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14th AAF Fighter pilot's A2 group
A fine group to a P-51 pilot with the 51st Fighter Group, 16th Fighter Squadron. Attached to the 23rd Fighter Group of the 14th AAF Chine 1944-45.
The condition of his A2 and blouse are exceptionally nice and 100% original as worn.
The blouse is named and dated inside to Lt. James A. Farrell with a tailored tag inside as well.  It features a beautiful 14th AAF bullion shoulder patch, a theater made ribbon bar as well as his rank, branch, sterling Pilot's wing, and a bullion CBI patch.
The A2 as noted is in exceptionally good condition and is a size 40 with clean leather, undamaged knit, and working zipper.
The jacket has his name tape in leather as well as multipiece leather patches for the 14th AAF and 16th Fighter Squadron.
The reverse displays a great looking CBI theater 'Blood Chit'.
Further included are several wartime photo's from his time in China, a Pilots I.D. bracelet engraved to Lt. Farrell, a photo post war of the Lt. as an elderly gentleman seated in the cockpit of a P-51 at an air show! Lastly is a yellow pilot's scarf. I don't think I've ever seen one in any color other than white/off white and I wonder if this might match his planes tail color?