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Badges


Official badge issued by Sikorski Aircraft Co. for crewman who participated in a helicopter rescue operation


Australia Army Pilot wing presented to Captain Charles Coles, USAF/ARRS


Army Aviator's Wing - still in the box


Army Aircrew wing as worn by Crew Chiefs &, door gunners. M60 souvenir badge below
Image courtesy of Forrest L. Webb

Vietnamese Parachutist Badge
Image courtesy of Jim Newman C 2/17

Subdued Insignia worn on Field Cap (Army Aviator wing & Major's rank device)
Image courtesy of Jim Newman C 2/17

Army Aviator Wings (Lower example issued to Jim in 1965)
Image courtesy of Jim Newman C 2/17

Senior Army Aviator
Image courtesy of Jim Newman C 2/17

Ranger Badge (formal wear - post-Vietnam era)
Image courtesy of Jim Newman C 2/17

Pathfinder Badge
Image courtesy of Jim Newman C 2/17

Master Parachutist Badge
Image courtesy of Jim Newman C 2/17

Basic Parachutuist's badge

Expert Infantry Badge
Image courtesy of Jim Newman C 2/17

Combat Infantry Badge

Qualification badge for Airmobile training at Fort Benning circa 1965


Unofficial wing for Maintenance personal with the Army Logistic Command


Hughes aircraft company produced this lapel pin for veterans who flew the OH-6 "Loach" in combat. The applicant was required to provide proof of combat service when applying. Years after the war a hand full of these turned up and were distributed to the members of "The Little Birds" who flew in Somalia.
Image courtesy of Hugh Mills/Bill Staffa 

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