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Air America Gray Service Cap

This cap was worn by the donor's father, Carmen Sylvester, who was an Air America pilot in Vietnam and Laos from 1966-1969. Air America was a secretly owned/operated CIA passenger and cargo airline. The uniform cap represents the type primarily worn in Laos by Air America pilots. (U.S. Air Force photo)

This cap was worn by the donor's father, Carmen Sylvester, who was an Air America pilot in Vietnam and Laos from 1966-1969. Air America was a secretly owned/operated CIA passenger and cargo airline. The uniform cap represents the type primarily worn in Laos by Air America pilots. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Note: This item is currently in storage.

This cap was worn by the donor's father, Carmen Sylvester, who was an Air America pilot in Vietnam and Laos from 1966-1969. Air America was a secretly owned/operated CIA passenger and cargo airline. The uniform cap represents the type primarily worn in Laos by Air America pilots.

Donated by Mr. Rex Lee Sylvester.

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