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WWII 8th Air Force Named KIA Pilot 45 Pistol Holster
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WWII 8th Air Force Named KIA Pilot 45 Pistol Holster


WWII 45 Cal. pistol leather shoulder holster made by "BOYT", dated 1943. Named to Lt Richard H. Clark 466TH BOMB GROUP,  killed in action crashed at Puettlingen on 8/9/44 as co-pilot on B-24 bomber "Penthouse For 10" #42-95268. These holster were also issued to tank crews and some Army officers. Hat, shirt, tie, headset and 45 pistol aren't included. 


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