BOMBS AWAY. The latest fashion craze among young Japanese is for replicas of the sheepskin-packed flight jackets worn by U.S. pilots who bombed Japan during World War II. According to Master Inc. of Hastings, Minn., which makes the jackets and sells them for $400 to $600 each, the most popular models carry the insignia of the actual squadrons involved in the aerial attacks.
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