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This flight wrench belonged to the donor's husband, Van. E. Chandler, who joined the Army Air Forces in February 1943 and served more than 20 years before retiring as a colonel. He is credited as being the youngest World War II ace at the age of 19. He also had three MiG kills in Korea and flew F-100s in Vietnam. (U.S. Air Force photo)

This flight wrench belonged to the donor's husband, Van. E. Chandler, who joined the Army Air Forces in February 1943 and served more than 20 years before retiring as a colonel. He is credited as being the youngest World War II ace at the age of 19. He also had three MiG kills in Korea and flew F-100s in Vietnam. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Note: This item is currently in storage.

This flight wrench belonged to the donor's husband, Van. E. Chandler, who joined the Army Air Forces in February 1943 and served more than 20 years before retiring as a colonel. He is credited as being the youngest World War II ace at the age of 19. He also had three MiG kills in Korea and flew F-100s in Vietnam.

Donated by Ms. Betty Chandler.

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