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Harry K. Senior, a co-pilot on the “G.I. Wonder”, wore this type A2 flight jacket. The 570th squadron patch is attached to the front of the jacket. Painted above the squadron patch is the name "Hank", this is likely a nickname that Harry went by. The name of the aircraft he flew, “G.I. Wonder”, is painted on the back. The name of the city of Chester, PA is painted on the bottom of the back of the jacket.

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Harry K. Senior, a co-pilot on the “G.I. Wonder”, wore this type A2 flight jacket. The 570th squadron patch is attached to the front of the jacket. Painted above the squadron patch is the name "Hank", this is likely a nickname that Harry went by. The name of the aircraft he flew, “G.I. Wonder”, is painted on the back. The name of the city of Chester, PA is painted on the bottom of the back of the jacket.