Identification Card, William Ecker

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This is an example of a Geneva Conventions military identification card carried by members of the United States military. This particular card belonged to Cdr. William Ecker and was carried by him on October 23, 1962 while conducting the first low level reconnaissance mission over Cuba during the Missile Crisis.

From the Family of Capt. William B. Ecker.

Physical Description:
United States Armed Forces Geneva Convention Card: plastic laminated card; black print letter text with typed name and number (see marks for full text); Department of Defense crest in middle of card.

Type
AWARDS-Certificates

Materials
Paper
Plastic
Ink
Dimensions
3-D: 9.4 × 0.3 × 6.4cm (3 11/16 × 1/8 × 2 1/2 in.)

This is an example of a Geneva Conventions military identification card carried by members of the United States military. This particular card belonged to Cdr. William Ecker and was carried by him on October 23, 1962 while conducting the first low level reconnaissance mission over Cuba during the Missile Crisis.

From the Family of Capt. William B. Ecker.

Physical Description:
United States Armed Forces Geneva Convention Card: plastic laminated card; black print letter text with typed name and number (see marks for full text); Department of Defense crest in middle of card.

Type
AWARDS-Certificates

Materials
Paper
Plastic
Ink
Dimensions
3-D: 9.4 × 0.3 × 6.4cm (3 11/16 × 1/8 × 2 1/2 in.)

ID: A20130003000