This is all very foggy for me, but it seems to be coming back as I think about it more. I went to the Oshkosh airshow in 1988, and in one of the big white tents that housed the booths and tables for people selling stuff, I met 3 American Volunteer Group pilots who were seated next to each other, selling their books and memorabilia. I got a picture signed by the trio, and I can say with certainty that it was Joe Rosbert and R.T. Smith, plus either Erik Shilling (more likely) OR Dick Rossi (less likely). Rosbert, Shilling and Smith really stick out in my mind. Not really being an “autograph” guy, I lost the picture within a year or so. I also bought 2 leather patches from either Rosbert or Rossi. The first one was a skull and crossbones from a Navy squadron, and the second was the 1st Pursuit patch shown below. I wore both patches on my G-1 for several years, then either lost or gave away the skull and crossbones, and stuck the 1st PS in my rapidly growing pile of patches from my own career. The most striking thing is that this patch is different from most of the reproductions that I have seen, but it is a dead ringer for the squadron logo on the Rossi’s P-40, also shown below. Any opinions or thoughts would be greatly appreciated.