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Pete Wright's ID card

Pete Wright's AVG ID card

AVG identification card belonging to Pete Wright, presumably issued after the group moved up to Kunming in December 1941. The calligraphy reads:

Identification card

To whom it may concern: After inspection, this is to certify this person is a member of Number One American Volunteer Group.
By General [Chennault]

(Hat tip: Bob Traweek. From an exhibit in the Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola)

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