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Named WWII Army EM/NCO Visor Cap
Olive brown wool cap for enlisted or NCO ranks, with a brown patent leather visor. The cap was presumably worn by a member of the Army Air Force, who removed the wire stiffener from the crown of the cap to create the distinctive "50 Mission Crush" look favored by the Air Force. Beneath eh leather sweatband is written the name "E. Wunder" and the service number of "32796808". This was Ernest E. Wunder, born 1922, from Queens, New York. The cap shows expected signs of use and wear, with typical age crazing to the leather visor and some spots on the wool body, but overall the cap is in very good condition.
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