James Coburn's Royal Canadian Air Force identification card, issued in June of 1944, when he was 20 years old.James V. Coburn
James Coburn's log book showing his operations over Falaise, France, on June 6, 1944. He attached a newspaper clipping describing how his crew hit the German Panzer Headquarters.James V. Coburn
Map made of rice silk that every pilot carried with him in case they were shot down over enemy territory.James V. Coburn
Newspaper clipping of James Coburn's brother's unit of Engineers in Britain in 1940.James V. Coburn
Framed set that includes a photo of James Coburn after D-Day, his Air Gunner operational wings and his medals.James V. Coburn
"The Jerrys liked to get the leader. It wasn't very good to be the leader because most of them got shot down."