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14th Air Force Insignia Winning Design

This banner was awarded to the donor's father, Howard Arnegard, for the winning design in Maj. Gen. Claire Chennault's contest for the 14th Air Force insignia. It was made in 1944 in China. The Chinese lettering translates to the English wording on the banner. (U.S. Air Force photo)

This banner was awarded to the donor's father, Howard Arnegard, for the winning design in Maj. Gen. Claire Chennault's contest for the 14th Air Force insignia. It was made in 1944 in China. The Chinese lettering translates to the English wording on the banner. (U.S. Air Force photo)

This banner was awarded to the donor's father, Howard Arnegard, for the winning design in Maj. Gen. Claire Chennault's contest for the 14th Air Force insignia. It was made in 1944 in China. The Chinese lettering translates to the English wording on the banner. (U.S. Air Force photo)

This banner was awarded to the donor's father, Howard Arnegard, for the winning design in Maj. Gen. Claire Chennault's contest for the 14th Air Force insignia. It was made in 1944 in China. The Chinese lettering translates to the English wording on the banner. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Note: This item is currently in storage.

This banner was awarded to the donor's father, Howard Arnegard, for the winning design in Maj. Gen. Claire Chennault's contest for the 14th Air Force insignia. It was made in 1944 in China. The Chinese lettering translates to the English wording on the banner.

Donated by Mrs. Valerie Underwood.

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