Ed Deutschman Collection finding aid
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This collection consists of World War II aviation realia including a combat flight suit and flight gear of Lt.j.g. Ed Deutschman, a 1943 Del Monte Pre-Flight School aviation cadet who subsequently led the air attack at the Battle of Okinawa. The collection contains Deutschman’s aerology notes from the Del Monte Pre-Flight School and the combat flight gear he wore at Okinawa in April 1945.
The Ed Deutschman Collection contains course handouts for aerology and handwritten class notes, cadet shoulder boards and combat flight gear from his decorated service in the Pacific theatre during World War II.
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