...which I sold to purchase my attributed grouping to Maj. harry L. Wingate.
I still have fond memories of the tunic, but I have "graduated" to adding only named groupings to my collection as I thoroughly enjoy the research. I believe the wing to be very similar to the wing attributed to Lt. Jerome Keith which is shown in Maj. Terry Morris' fine book entitled "United States Army Air Service Wing Badges-Uniforms and Insignia 1913-1919".
The tunic is US made, with what is probably a post WWI Sam Browne belt. The shoulder patch is a rarely seen variation of the 1st. Army insignia with only the red portion of the usual red, white and blue concentric circles.
Here are a few shots...