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Hi all

 

Going thru my miscellaneous box and finally looked up this squadron patch!

 

This is a cut edge computer generated probably Taiwanese made(?) modern era.

 

Is there a way to ID this patch to a 62d fighter squadron aircraft/era used ?

 

Example would it be used for:

 

a) Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II Luke AFB Arizona (2017).
b)General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon (1980–1993, 1994–2015).
I found plenty of modern era computer generated coloured white background patch's and pilots wearing them.
Also with not being Velcro, more F-16 1994-2015?
Phill

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Much appreciated Randy.

 

I know absolutely nothing about USAF sqd's, its good to identify the patch and to which period and who wore it in my database.

 

 

cheers

 

Phill

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Yes, I would say most likely 94-08 period as it looks like a woodland Camo style. Worn by support troops.

 

Randy

 

 

As a retired Crew Chief, I take offense at being called a "support troop." ;) Remember that pilots also had BDU's. Rarely worn, but required.

 

-Ski

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As a retired Crew Chief, I take offense at being called a "support troop." ;) Remember that pilots also had BDU's. Rarely worn, but required.

 

-Ski

 

As a retired crew chief, I understand. But without getting into the specifics between all the variations of who wore what etc., I just went with that to make it easier. Makes the nonners feel better... :D

 

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