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Help identifying WWII leather AAF squadron patch: 378th Bomb Squadron

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Hello Gents,


Would appreciate any help identifying this leather squadron patch. Came in a very nice Flight Surgeon grouping, including his uniform and many pictures. Is it theater made? Would it be for the 319th Bomb Group, flying Marauders? Always thought that it was a very cool design.


Thanks in advance. Cheers.


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Thanks, Robert. So if I read that unit's history correctly, they were a short-lived, southeast US coast, anti-sub unit, operating in 1942. So not a theater-made patch.

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Patches with decals are generally not TM.


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Very very nice group....would love to see the rest of the group!

Actively collecting:

13th USAAF uniforms and groups/medal groups!

307th BG, 5th BG, 11th BG, 42nd BG

Also looking for:

WWII Far East Air Force uniforms/groups!

Any Pacific Army Air Force Groups to 5th, 7th, 10th, 14th, 20th AAF

Collecting CBI and ATC Pacific Army Air Force groups




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