WALL HANGING PLACK...

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  1. aceman

    aceman New Member

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    thanks for the e-mail,i was sad over the sites dissapearence! i just signed on! welcome back.
    hay look what i found at a lawn sale!
    its a wall plack, in the form of a walnut shield. 11" high x 10" wide.in the center is a coin-like device 6" in dia. raised letters around the top, U.S.N.R. AVIATION BASE, NY. around the bottom; .VS-4R:VS-3R:VMS-2R:VMS11-R in the center is a full fig. of a man in colonal dress with a walking stick! this cost me a buck. yes, one dollar! im a past member of VMF 218. i flew the A4 . i remenber seeing placks hanging in operations. this one must go back to 1941-42? any feed-back would be fun, thanks- ACEMAN
     
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    you flew in WWII?

    Reichsmarschall Batista
     
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    I think he means the A-4 Skyhawk 8)

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    that was the vietnam war, but still..................
     
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    Yes, Aceman was talking about he flew the A-4: A Vietnam era Warplane.

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