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I liked these two coffee cups that I found at the monthly Nashville flea market.

 

I'm hoping that one of the forum members knowledgeable on USAF might be able to tell me what units are depicted on these mugs.

The wings, I believe, indicate senior and master enlisted flight crew member.

 

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First one is Air Refueling Squadron, 900's can't remember exactly. I used to have the patch.

911th Air Refueling Squadron out of Seymour-Johnson AFB, NC.

David
U.S. Air Force 1979-1986 ... Served in the Air Force Communications Command
Collecting U.S. Military Uniform Buttons and U.S. Air Force Communications Patches.

US Military Uniform Buttons Interesting Facts

http://www.usmilitariaforum.com/forums/index.php?/topic/173001-us-military-uniform-buttons-interesting-facts/

 

Wanted: USAF Communications patches (link below)

https://docs.google....ZjgyZDc5NzFiOGE


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Green and white one is the 11th Air Refueling Sqn Altus AFB, OK

 

And the patch is laying on its side, too. Looks strange that way. I flew with the 11th co-pilots in T-37s as an IP in the early '80s. Good times!

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