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Why does this Airborne uniform seem to be missing something?

Article about: by Gary J The only Can-Loan Captain I can find who served with the 7th Batt. KOSB was ... Capt. J.F. McCourt - 2nd in Command of "A" company at Arnhem. 7th Battalion The King's Own

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    Default Re: Why does this Airborne uniform seem to be missing something?

    he can also be traced via the association of his 1 CPB qualification wing

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    Default Re: Why does this Airborne uniform seem to be missing something?

    Update: I have written to both the Canadian Wartime Museum and the KOSB Museum. The KOSB said they would be delighted to have it but that was before I realized it was a post war uniform. I will notify them and see if they are still interested but I will still be weighing out the options now that I am aware it may go into storage there. We have also written to receive replacement metals. Again, thank you all kindly for you help.

    I also have a U.S. World War II jacket I inherited I will be asking about in the appropriate forum. So, I will be around

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