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WOFF Cap Badge

A Robert Taylor has opened a Museum of Worlwide Arms in Vung Tau, Vietnam. The display of items goes back hundreds of years and Robert has recently incorporated a more modern concept including the Australian Navy, Army and Air Force. Robert has on display a manequin in a RAAF WOFF uniform, but it only has an Airmans cap badge. If there is an ex-WOFF that would have a spare cap badge and is willing to donate it to the museum, your name would be recognised for the contribution. Anyone willing to assist, please email me on thihoa2009@hotmail.com for further instructions.


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