I'll add these patches from the Wisconsin Wing from the 1970s-1980s. The Squadron patches are from:
Milwaukee Emergency Services Squadron: Based at Timmermann field. This was my Squadron patch after it was redesignated from the old 621st Composite Squadron ( the 621 patch). Cool patch. It showed us responding to an ELT.
Milwaukee 5: Composite Squadron 5. Our competition on the South side of Milwaukee, hehehehehe....
621 MST: 621st Composite Squadron Mission Support Team. Assigned to Group 10, they did just that, mission support for the Group 10 Land Rescue Team, members from different squadrons.
Tenth LRT: Group 10 Land Rescue Team. This was the main search and rescue crew for just about the entire state of Wisconsin. Sure, there were other squadrons up North, but when Scott AFB called with an ELT, we were called first. We had all of the firefighters, paramedics and cops.
622: 622nd Cadet Squadron. I think they met on Thursdays.....
And finally, the 1986 Wisconsin Flight Encampment patch. There were 5 cadets that attended, and unfortunately, I ended up the only one to solo. On the patch, I was Hotstick and my future wife to be was Puddles. Oh, those days of youth, hehehehe.....
.....By the way, Hogan was a an old B-24 crewman that worked at West Bend airport where we flew out of. He was quite the guy.
Edited by Teamski, 23 September 2008 - 12:16 PM.