MUSEUM--ALLIED GATES

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Gates made by Citadel staff engineer, L.J. Grant-Alexander in 1965, which were used at the entrance of the President's room in the former museum. England (Union Jack), France (Fleur de Lis) and U.S. (stars) are in the gates representing allies in World War II.

AF Museum and #789 Citadel photos

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