Original yes, WW 2 - I don't think so.
Looks to be 60's - 70's issue.
Am I correct in saying that the WWII era jump wings did not use the pin backs?
Mine has a pin and a catch... And it is solid,not hollow so i guess this one is post war!
Any metal U.S. insignia with an alpha-numeric code
is post WWII to the present. Clutches were widely
used after 1943, but ran together with pin-backs.
Look for a 'Sterling' marked pin-back type.
I think Gary hit it being 60's-70's era.........
They did produce clutch back wings during ww2 also they produced a screwback paratrooper wing