U.S. WWII Army Air Force Named Large Grouping in Suit Case

Item Description

Original Items: one-of-a-kind set. Literally this comes "straight out of the attic! This grouping belonged to Staff Sergeant EDWARD A SULLIVAN, #13043320 T42-43 from Muskogee, Oklahoma. What this vintage fiber suitcase includes is the following:

• Staff Sergeant Sullivan’s tunic is dated February 7th, 1940 and is complete with all buttons, insignias, a 3rd Air Army Air Force badge, Medical Corps and Ruptured Duck patch.
• The ribbon denotes the following from left to right- WWII Victory, American Theatre Campaign, Good Conduct.
• Matching Shirt trousers both dated 1942.
• Khaki Garrison Cap.
• Wool green shirt.
• Khaki Tie.
• Dog Tag.
• ID Bracelet with name and ID number engraved Patsy on reverse side.
• 4 x 6 photo of Sullivan
• Separation Qualification Card
• Enlisted Record and report of Separation
• Immunization Register
• 3 x Honorable Discharge
• 7 x original photos in uniform
• Multiple ID cards
• Small American flag
• Framed Glass case for display

A fine set reflecting a career in the Army from WWII and after.

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