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Pennant w/ Badges and Arm band from D-Day Vet(Omaha Beach Landing)

Article about: Hello , Thought I would share this with you all. I was kindly given this as a gift from a friend this week. His father I am told served on the Omaha Beach Landings part of the artillery grou

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    Hello ,

    Thought I would share this with you all. I was kindly given this as a gift from a friend this week. His father I am told served on the Omaha Beach Landings part of the artillery group..This also came with a armband..(posted together )

    I can't see what the stamp says...is this a proof mark of some kind ?Pennant w/ Badges and Arm band from D-Day Vet(Omaha Beach Landing)Pennant w/ Badges and Arm band from D-Day Vet(Omaha Beach Landing)Pennant w/ Badges and Arm band from D-Day Vet(Omaha Beach Landing)Pennant w/ Badges and Arm band from D-Day Vet(Omaha Beach Landing)Pennant w/ Badges and Arm band from D-Day Vet(Omaha Beach Landing)Pennant w/ Badges and Arm band from D-Day Vet(Omaha Beach Landing)Pennant w/ Badges and Arm band from D-Day Vet(Omaha Beach Landing)Pennant w/ Badges and Arm band from D-Day Vet(Omaha Beach Landing)Pennant w/ Badges and Arm band from D-Day Vet(Omaha Beach Landing)

    I put photos of the pins on the badge section as I need a little help identifying them ...

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    Some are WHW ( winter help / relief work ) tinnies. Did the vet sew them onto the banner???
    " When you're chewing on life's gristle, don't grumble, give a whistle "

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    Two of them are 'Turnfest' or gymnastics
    festival badges. Nice gift.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    No I think they are just pinned on the back...Thanks for the help! It is interesting all these seem to be early pins and buttons though..yes it was very kind of him . Love the D-Day stuff alone so with this coming from there, possibly , that is even more interesting!

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