Pre WWII USAAC Air Transport Command Service Pilot Grouping

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Original Pre World War Two US Army Air Corps Air Transport Command Service Pilot Grouping.

All items original to Captain Walter Poynton.


A 1937 issued Pilot Log Book that is heavily full of accredited flying hours. According to this Log Book Poynton was issued his flying license November 16 1930.

A Johnson’s Pilot’s Log Book that is also heavily logged.

Captain Poynton’s Leather name tape for a jacket.

Full size Service Pilot Wings.

A Silver Bracelet engraved Walter R. Poynton on the obverse and his service number on the reverse.

Four (4) Army Air Corps Collar Insignia Devices all with pins intact.

Two (2) Shoulder Rank devices, maker marked, pin bars intact.

Three (3) US Army Air Corps Air Transport Command Pins. Each are hallmarked.

One (1) US Army Air Corps Air Transport Command Patch.

One (1) US Army Air Forces Air Transport Command Matchbook, that is unfortunately missing all of the matches.

Two (2) American Campaign Single Ribbon Bars in lucite with pins intact.

One (1) Vintage card stock from the 1990s with Captain Poynton’s family and personal info.

and last but most importantly; a photograph of Captain Poynton himself.

This is an extensive little grouping of a Pilot who served the United States prior to Pearl Harbor and the US’s joining of World War Two, and is ready to be researched! 


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