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A Harrier Aircraft patch. Vertical and/or short take-off and landing. Patch looks a local made embroidered on twill material.
Measures 2 5/8" X 4 3/4"
A full size 3" Senior Aircrew wingsin sterling silver, clutch back fittings. Also Senior Aircrew wings shirt size at 2"marked Krew G.I. clutch back fittings.
Three pairsof USAF Sergeant rank insignia, Master, Senior and Chief. Clutch backs, marked G23.
Sold as a lot of six pieces
This scarce patch is 27 years old traded it with a squadron NCO at Bentwaters Air Show. In near mint condition.
Measures 3 5/8" x 4"
10 Jul 1994 Members of the 81st Security Police Squadron went to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in support of Operation Sea Signal, the resettlement of Haitian refugees.
1 Jul 1997 Mirroring an Air Force-wide change, the 81st Security Police Squadron was redesignated as the 81st Security Forces Squadron.
Activated 1 May 1948 81st Air Police Squadron
81st Security Police Squadron
81st Security Forces Squadron
Kirtland AFB, NM, 5 Jun 1949-1 May 1950
Bentwaters RAF Station (later RAF Bentwaters), England, 5 Sep 1951
Keesler AFB, MS
A Command Missile Operator Badge, clutch back fittings in 1/20th sterling silver, marked Krew GI.
Measures 3 1/8"
Following its creation in the 1960s, the badge came in only one style with basic, senior and master versions. Although primarily issued to Atlas, Titan I/Titan II, Minuteman I/II/III and Peacekeeper missile crews of the Strategic Air Command (SAC), it was also issued to Tactical Air Command (TAC) Matador and Mace missile crews of the 1960s and Gryphon Ground Launched Cruise Missile (GLCM) crews of the 1980s and early 1990s. In the late 1980s.
A Senior Missile Operator Badge, mini version, clutch back fittings, marked Krew GI.
Measures 2 3/16"
Two badges one Senior Tech and the other Master Tech. Clutch back fittings both marked L-22.
Here is the set of three badges for Explosive Ordnance Disposal.
Rated Basic, Senior and Master. All clutch back fittings Master is marked Krew 1/20th silver G.I. Senior is marked S21 and the basic Krew G.I.
The Explosive Ordnance Disposal Badge is a military badge of the United States Armed Forces which recognizes those service members, qualified as explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) technicians, who are specially trained to deal with the construction, deployment, disarmament, and disposal of high explosive munitions and may include other types of ordnance such as nuclear, biological and chemical weapons along with improvised explosive devices and improvised nuclear devices . Also known as the EOD Badge or "Crab", the decoration is issued by the United States Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps. The EOD Badge is the only occupational badge awarded to all four services under the United States Department of Defense.
First created in the 1950s, the EOD Badge is issued in three levels and is identical for all branches of service. Although each service has its own requirements the basic EOD badge is issued upon completion of explosive handling training and between 1824 months of on-the-job field training. The Senior EOD Badge is issued after 35 years as an explosive ordnance specialist and the Master Explosive Ordnance Disposal Badge is issued after 715 years of service in a senior supervisory position.
This is the Joint Chief of Staff breast badge, maker marked by NS Meyer NY, three clutch back fittings. Full size at 2 1/4" x 2 "
The Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Identification Badge is a United States military badge presented to the members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff upon appointment to position as either a Service Head, Vice Chairman, or Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The decoration is also authorized to staff and support personnel assigned to the Office of the Joint Chiefs.
Here is the old design badge, maker marked L-22 clutch back fittings
The Air Force Space and Missile Badge (AFSMB) was a military badge of the United States Air Force which was awarded to those personnel who completed training in space warning, satellite command and control, missile operations, space surveillance, or space lift. It initially replaced the Missile Badge when the space and missile operations fields were merged. However, the Missile Badge was reinstated in 2009
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