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An Army Air Corps sleeve patch theatre made in bullion thread embroidered on silk, some aged and tarnishing.
A rare 1930's ACF patch in near mint condition.
Measures 2 7/8" x 2 3/8"
A scarce CPT Garrsion Cap / Sleeve Patch, removed from cap in good condition.
Measures 3 1/2" x 2 3/16"
The U.S. Army Air Forces relied on additional pilots from the CPTP (Civilian Pilot Training Program) and a large network of civilian flight schools under contract to the US Air Corps, as well as conducting training in its own schools.
Scarce World War II United States Army Air Forces Technical Training Command instructor uniform breast patch. Removed from uniform.
Measures 2 7/8" x 2"
Rare WASP patch embroidered on twill no moth or damage.
Here is an Air Corps path in Tinsel Bullion on wool with a cheese cloth backing in mint condition.
Measures 2 5/8"
I have 6 pieces in stock
A rare English made large jacket measures 5/34" x 4 3/4"The patch is attributed to the 467th Bomb Group flying B-24's out of Rackheath, Norfolk, England.
The patch is in used condition with fading and service wear.
Not sure what "Post Activites" and "Special Service" refers too.
Comment from Tom Harris
One line of thought is that at Rackheath there was a "Special Section" staffed by four officers whose role was to organise, entertainment, welfare, recreation, sport, and some education programs. These included arranging the Wednesday weekly held dances at the Aero Club among others. "The Airliners" 467th band fell under the auspices of the Special Section and were an outstanding band renowned throughout the 2nd Air Div. Lt. Rex W. Floyd was the Special Section Officer.
A period example CBI patch, two piece printed cotton example, used and removed from uniform with some service wear.
Measures 3 1/8" x 2 5/16"
American Made IX Command Patch fully embroidered in cotton. Un-issued condition.
An English made 9th Air Force patch, some wear.
Fully embroidered in silk thread.
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