About 15 years ago I acquired a painted A-2 the belonged to the navigator of a B-17 called "Lady Satan". To make a long story short, through donations from VLJ members and the general public, we got the funds together to send the jacket to the pilot of "Lady Satan" who had his A-2 stolen right after he got to England. I contacted his daughter recently (he had passed away some years ago) as I didn't have any pictures of the jacket. She took some pictures and sent them to me today, so I thought I'd post them. The navigator's name is written in ink below the label, R.K. Taylor. He died in his early 40s and his nephew sold the jacket to a collector I know. The co-pilot of "Lady Satan" also had his jacket and it's pretty much identical to this one. They said the crew would give their jackets to the crew chief after every mission and he would have another bomb painted on. As you can see, their are 35 bombs on the back of the jacket, so they were a late war crew.