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Bomber Jacket Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 7 pictures in our Bomber Jacket collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


RAF bomber pilot and second pilot, 1941
RAF bomber pilot and second pilot, 1941
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Fred Drinkwater congratulating Neil Armstrong, California, USA, February 1964
Fred Drinkwater congratulating Neil Armstrong, California, USA, February 1964
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Gus Grissom and Milt Thompson with Paresev, California, USA, 1962. Creator: NASA
Gus Grissom and Milt Thompson with Paresev, California, USA, 1962. Creator: NASA
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Flight jacket belonging to Sally K. Ride, ca. 1983. Creator: Qual-Craft
Flight jacket belonging to Sally K. Ride, ca. 1983. Creator: Qual-Craft
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Tuskegee Airman flight jacket worn by Lt. Col. Woodrow W. Crockett, 1942
Tuskegee Airman flight jacket worn by Lt. Col. Woodrow W. Crockett, 1942
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Bomber Command pilot, 1941
Bomber Command pilot, 1941
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Members of the RAF ready for action during World War II, c1940 (1943)
Members of the RAF ready for action during World War II, c1940 (1943)
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Flight jacket belonging to Sally K. Ride, ca. 1983. Creator: Qual-Craft Featured Image

Flight jacket belonging to Sally K. Ride, ca. 1983. Creator: Qual-Craft

Flight jacket belonging to Sally K. Ride, ca. 1983. Dr. Sally K. Ride became the first American woman in space when she flew on the STS-7 shuttle mission in 1983. Her second and last space mission was STS-41G in 1984. Shuttle astronauts wore this type of flight jacket to work and public appearances. The decorations told the individual's story. Here, the leather nametag identifies the mission on which Ride earned her astronaut wings, STS-7. The patch across the chest indicates that she was one of 35 astronauts selected in 1978 as the first group chosen for the space shuttle program. On the right shoulder is the patch for her other mission. The American flag and NASA logo patches appear on all astronaut uniforms

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