Peru Air Force - Pilot

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The Peru Air Force was know as the Cuerpo Aeronautico del Peru from 1936 to 1950. During WWII, Peru broke off relations with the Axis powers in January 1942 but did not declare war against them until 1945. In between, Peruvian forces were engaged in their own border wars (Peruvian-Ecuadorian war 1941) and were actively patrolling their shores and the Panama canal zone. Peru was the home to many Japanese immigrants, many of whom were sent to be interned in the USA as part of the larger internment act.
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N.S. Meyer Inc, New York
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Peru pilot brevete (license) No. 218 to Ronaldo Rodriguez, 1942
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Peru wing, unknown, mid 20th c. If you have any information as to its identity please email me.
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