WWII USAAF Aviation Engineers Jacket Patch
Scarce WWII United States Army Air Forces Aviation Engineers US-made jacket patch in near mint condition. Measures 3 1/2”
Aviation Engineers were tasked with building and defend air bases. The embroidered patch depicts a soldier riding a winged tank against a background of blue and a gray/silver outer ring that reads: "AVIATION ENGINEERS" in red detail. read more
WWII US Army 14th Air Force “Flying Tigers”
A Bullion example WWII Officers 14th Air Force “Flying Tigers” patch. Hand e and in good condition.mbroidered on wool
The First American Volunteer Group (AVG) of the Republic of China Air Force in 1941–1942, nicknamed the Flying Tigers, was composed of pilots from the United States Army Air Corps (USAAC), Navy (USN), and Marine Corps (USMC), recruited under President Franklin Ro... read more
WWII American Volunteer Group "Flying Tigers" Patch
Here is a rare China Air Task Force 14th Air Force "Flying Tigers" patch. Locally made quality hand embroidered example in silk thread. Removed from uniform, it has a nice patina with light service wear.
Measures 2 5/8"
The First American Volunteer Group (AVG) of the Republic of China Air Force in 1941–1942, nicknamed the Flying Tigers, was composed of pilots from... read more
WWII US Army Air Corps and China Burma India Patch
WWII US Army Air Corps Locally made China Burma India Theatre Patch. A bullion Officer's example, used with service wear, nice patina and has three poppers on the back for easy attached to uniforms.
U.S. and Chinese fighting forces in the CBI included the Chinese Expeditionary Force, the Flying Tigers Flying fighters with transport and bomber units flying the Hump, including the... read more
WWII US Army 10th Air Force Patch
Scarce Theatre made China-India-Burma heavy corded embroidered on blue cloth. A thick biscuit like diamention with a hessian backing.
CBI theater made heavy corded embroidery on blue cloth - excellent condition.
Constituted as Tenth AF on 4 Feb 1942 and activated on 12 Feb. Moved to India, Mar-May 1942. Served in India, Burma, and China until Mar 1943 when Fourteenth AF w... read more