Monarch A-2 has arrived along with a 50s era L-2B, his USAF blouse and his scarf. Leather is in great shape, zipper works flawlessly and all snaps, hooks and buttons are present. Lining is almost perfect and the knits have a few small holes, but nothing bad. Cuffs still have a lot of elasiticity. A couple of places on the jacket have the white dusting, but that should come off nicely with Zymol cleaner. Picture is of vet with his wife wearing the A-2. Patch is the 14th Bomb Squadron, but he wasn't with them when the Japanese attacked Clark Field. The 14th BS were taken out of combat in early to mid 42' and became a stateside training unit. He was an instructor during the war, so that would make sense. There are stitch holes above the name strip where his wings once were. From the photo (which is a copy), they look to be leather, but I'm not sure.