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95th Aero Squadron Aircraft Insigne

This is the aircraft insigne for the 95th Aero Squadron with which Lt. Quentin Roosevelt flew during his World War I service. This particular aircraft insigne was cut from the SPAD XIII aircraft in which Lt. Grover C. Vann was shot down on July 25, 1918; he died in the crash. (U.S. Air Force photo)

This is the aircraft insigne for the 95th Aero Squadron with which Lt. Quentin Roosevelt flew during his World War I service. This particular aircraft insigne was cut from the SPAD XIII aircraft in which Lt. Grover C. Vann was shot down on July 25, 1918; he died in the crash. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Note: This item is currently in storage.

This is the aircraft insigne for the 95th Aero Squadron with which Lt. Quentin Roosevelt flew during his World War I service. This particular aircraft insigne was cut from the SPAD XIII aircraft in which Lt. Grover C. Vann was shot down on July 25, 1918; he died in the crash.

On display in the museum's Early Years Gallery is the handmade wooden cross that marked Roosevelt's grave.

Donated by Col. Nelson Cliff, USMC (Ret.).

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