Original A-2s on display at The Museum of Flight in Seattle

Wz1999

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Visited the museum this morning. Absolutely amazing place!!

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Lorenzol

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Many thanks for posting these excellent pictures, Wz. I visited the Flight Musesum some 14 years ago and I don't remember that many A-2s being exhibited.

And I'd agree with Jan on that that first jacket looks a lot like a Dubow. The collar screams Dubow and the beveled pockets typical of the Bronco contracts are absent.
 
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Saint-ex

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It's exactly what I was thinking also. Collar is definitely a Dubow and pockets are definitely not Bronco.
 
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