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  WWII Squadron Patch Website Photos of 1941-1945 Army A2 and Navy G1 Jacket Patches made by Walt Disney, RKO, and Warner Bros. Studios for AAF, USMC, USN. For Sale / Trade items too.

     Here are some low resolution pictures of squadron patches that I have come across.  Most are from my collection.  There are some from all branches of the services, and many specialized duty ones.  Many of the logo were designed by Walt Disney Studio and Warner Brothers Studios.  Some designs were in existence prior to World War Two, but with the massive expansion of air power during WWII, a huge number of new designs for brand new squadrons were approved (some logos / insignias were worn without official approval as well).  After the allied victory in 1945, most squadrons were disbanded and their insignia were relegated to history.  A good book to read on the subject is "Disney Dons Dog Tags". It's the story of how Disney's artists spent their time & expertise making up squadron insignias for the units and sent them to the troops in the field.



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"Disney's influence also included studio artists, who joined the military and then contributed their talents to the creation of nose art. Disney Studios and the U.S. government had a history of cooperation. At the beginning of the war in 1939, Walt Disney and his artists designed and painted squadron and unit insignia. Disney raised the spirit of the troops when he transformed the "once staid military heraldry format created during World War I" into inspired designs (Ethell, p. 141). By the end of World War II, Disney's five-man staff assigned to insignia completed over 1,200 unit insignias, never charging a fee to the military (Ethell, p. 142)."
    -(University of Arizona Library -- Images of the Southwest -- Military Aircraft Nose Art: An American Tradition webpage, 5th paragraph)

Disney Insignias appeared on the airplanes as well as the jackets of fliers. Here is a link to some good examples of Disney Characters appearing as Nose Art.

Disney established a partnership with RKO Studios in the 1930's, when R.K.O. agreed to distribute Walt Disney's Films. RKO studios went into decline in 1948 under the micro management of Howard Hughes, of Spruce Goose Fame, who bought controlling interest in the company.  The studio's assets were sold off. Even the land was sold to Desi-Lu productions in 1957.
    -(RKO studios - by Noell Wolfgram Evans, 6th & 9th paragraphs)

Why would a studio make squadron patch insignia?
The same reason that IBM & Rock-Ola juke box company made M1 Carbine Rifles. M-1 Carbine Rifle Link 2. It was a war, and everyone contributed what they could to the war effort.



There are several insignia that are listed as unknown. If you know what the identity of a squadron currently listed as 'unknown' is, or if you see any errors, please e-mail me so that I can update this list.  I cannot (sorry) offer my services to help anyone ID their own patches unfortunately.  You will just have to search here and in other resources for a match.  I am not an expert on patches, I started this collection because I thought they were neat to look at. Patch collecting takes a back seat (pun intended) to my WWII jeep collection.
   Feel free to post a free 'Wanted' ad, 'For Sale' notice, or question to the WWII Squadron Patch Free BULLETIN BOARD.

There has been a strong response from visitors wanting high resolution pictures of these patches.  So we are currently working on putting high resolution pictures of the entire collection on CD rom which I could then offer for sale.  If you would like to be notified as soon as we have finished the CD rom, please email me telling me so.


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Subj:  Donald Duck
Date: 10/28/99 6:22:59 AM Pacific Standard Time
Enjoyed your page of WWII patches very much.
Thanks to you, was able to identify the patch my husband's uncle gave him during WWII with the 438th Fighter Squadron.
Pat in Iowa



 



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US Army Air Force, Corps Page 1 - Units Numbered below 200 Feel free to look at these World War Two patches, but please don't copy my WWII AAF / AAC Squadron Patch images without my permission. US NATIONAL INSIGNIA (History of Changes) W.W.II Army Air Forces Contract Flying Schools List of Airfields AAF Wings 1942-1945 * Wings & Pay Rates American Military Patches, Other Insignia and Decorations of World War Two Aircraft Tail Markings US Army Air Corps / Air Force US Army Air Corps Pre-war Insignia "Pinwheel" CBI China Burma India Theater AAF Bombardier Sch., Big Spring, TX AAF Bombardier Sch. Carlsbad, NM AAF Bombardier Sch. Childress, TX AAF Bombardier Sch., Midland, TX AAF Bombardier Sch., Victorville, CA AAC Fighter School Luke Field, AZ Airborne Glider School AAF ADV. Glider School South Plains, TX AAF Navigator School Ellington Field, TX AAF Navigator Sch. Selman Fld., LA one for sale on bulletin boards AAF Pilot School, Garner Field, TX AAF Pilot Training, Hobart Field, OK AAF Training Detachment, Oklahoma City, OK Kingman Army Air Field, Kingman, AZ AAF Gunnery School Kingman, AZ Yuma Army Air Field, Yuma, AZ AAF Larado Army Air Field Gunnery School USAAF Wright Field, Dayton, OH Air Service Command AAF TTC Army Air Force Technical Training Center AAF AFC Army Air Force Air Ferrying Command CBI AAF ATC Army Air Force Air Transport Command CBI AAF ICWATC Army Air Force Air Transport Command India China Wing ATC CBI ICWATC AAF India China Wing Air Transport Command Army Air Force ATC CBI multi-piece leather Norden Bomb Sight Technical Repair, Army Air Force AFWAFS Army Air Force Women's Auxiliary Ferrying SQ. "Fifinella" AAF AACS Army Air Force Communications System 1st Troop Carrier Command (leather) 1st Troop Carrier Command (denim) 1st Fighter Squadron 2nd Anti-Submarine SQ. 3rd Air Depot Repair Sqdrn 3rd Combat Cargo Squadron 3rd Staff Squadron, AAF 3rd Rescue Squadron, 13th AF / 5th AF South Pacific 3rd Weather Squadron (Disney) 4th Pursuit Squadron 4th Fighter Group, 8th AF "Eagle Squadron" Leather 4th Fighter Group, 8th AF "Eagle Squadron" 4th Bomb SQ., 34th Bomb Group, 8th AF 4th Combat Cargo Squadron formed 4/15/44 redesignated 9/29/45 as 329th Troop Carrier Sqdn CBI 5th Fighter Group, Chinese-American Composite Wing CBI 5th Army Air Force 5th Reconnaissance Group, activated 14 July 1942, 12th AAF, 15th AAF (Oct 1944) 6th Combat Cargo Squadron, 2nd Combat Cargo Group 6th Night Fighter SQ. 7th AF Pacific 6th Bomb Group "Ready to Defend" 7th Army Air Force 7th Bomb Squadron 7th Bomb Group, 10th AF 7th AF, Mira Loma, Oxnard, CA 7th AF, Mira Loma, Oxnard, CA 7th AF, Mira Loma, Oxnard, CA 7th AAF Fighter Command "Sun Setters" 7th Fighter Squadron 7th Fighter Squadron, "Screaming Demons" P38, P40, P47 Australian made 7th Troop Carrier Squadron 8th SQ. AAF AWS 8th Fighter Group 8th Troop Carrier 8th Weather Squadron AAF canvas 8th Weather Squadron AAF embroidered 8th Army Air Force The 8th AAF was a STRATEGIC air force. Their role was Infrastructure Attack in support of the overall war effort goals. They had both Bomber and Fighter Squadrons. Fighter missions were originally escort duty. Later, after the Luftwaffe was destroyed, they were used for ground strafing. 9th Army Air Force The 9th AAF was a TACTICAL air force. Their role was Ground Attack in support of ground tactical forces. The 9th AF fighters started in Mediterranean Theater before moving to England 9th Bomb Group, 20th AF 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, 10th AF 9th AAF Glider Command England 10th Army Air Force 10th Combat Cargo Squadron CBI 10th Fighter Squadron, 50th Fighter Group 11th Bomb Squadron Mr. Jinks canvas 11th Bomb Squadron Mr. Jinks embroidered 12th Army Air Force 12th Tow Target SQ. 13th Army Air Force 13th Bomb SQ. 13th Bombardment Squadron 'Oscar' 13th Photo Recon, 8th AF 13th Air Corps Ferry Squadron Later: Designated the 13th Ferrying Squadron and 13th Air Transport Squadron and the 13th Aeromedical Transport Squadron This is the 13th Air Corps Ferry Squadron Later: Designated as the 13th Ferrying Squadron and 13th Air Transport Squadron and the 13th Aeromedical Transport Squadron. Althought the designation number is the same the 13th Air Transport Squadron and the 13th Troop Carrier Squadrons did much of the same missions they are not the same units. the lineage for the Ferry lineage traces back to WWII's Air Transport Command (A Non Combat - Logistics unit tasked to move supplies and equipment from the States to the forward areas) while the Troop Carrier Squadrons delivered men and equipment at the front lines and were combat units. Post war both existed in the same way with ATS's working for MATS and the the TCS's working for TAC and the forward Commands. In 1966 Both types of units were renamed as Airlift Squadrons the ATS's becoming "Military Airlift Squadrons" and the TCS's becoming "Tactical Airlift Squadrons" with a theater role. In 1991 there were both renamed as "Airlift Squadrons" causing some units to be renumbered due to duplication. It is also posted on the Unknown or "Can You Identify" section on the USAFpatches.com website and has been misidentified as a 13th Troop Carrier Squadron. I am working on obtaining the information from Maxwell AFB (USAF Historical Research Agency) about this insignia. 14th Army Air Force was created March 10, 1943, and absorbed the CATF. The China Air Task Force who had succeeded the AVG "Flying Tigers" 14th Bombardment Squadron, 19th Bombardment Group 14th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron unit has a long history that dates to Viet Nam as the 14th Tac Recon Squadron has since been redesignated as the 14th Fighter Squadron replaceing the orginial 14th FS to keep the long history alive. However the insignia has been modified replacing buggs with a Samari Warrior since the unit is currently stationed at Misawa AB, Japan. 15th Army Air Force Africa, Italy, Southern Europe 15th Fighter Squadron, 53rd Fighter Group, P-40, P-39, P-47, P-51 16th Bomber Wing 16th Pursuit Fighter Squadron, CBI 17th Bomb Group 17th Bombardment Squadron, 16th Bombardment Group 17th Bomb Squadron, 16th Bomb Group, Pacific 18th Bomb Squadron 19th Bomb Squadron, 5th AF duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 19th Fighter Squadron, 7th AF 20th Army Air Force 21st Bomb Squadron, 30th Bomb Group 22nd Anti-Submarine SQ. (early war) 46th Bomb Squadron, (late war) 22nd Bomb Group "Red Raiders" B-24 Pacific Theater 22nd Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group (early war) replaced later by the bulldog / B-25 design CBI AAF 22nd Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, 10th AF (1939), 341st Bomb Group, 14th AF CBI (1942} Fiji Islands, Australia, India, China, B-17, B-25, A-26 23rd Fighter Squadron 23rd Fighter Group, 14th AF "Flying Tigers" & CATF China Air Task Force interim between AVG Flying Tigers and 14th AAF 23rd Fighter Group, 14th AF "Flying Tigers" 24th Troop Carrier Squadron, 89th Troop Carrier Group 25th Troop Carrier Squadron 26th Fighter Squadron 26th Photo Reconnaissance SQ., 6th Photo Recon. Group, 5th AAF P-38 Pacific 26th Recon Squadron, Air Corps US Army S.A.A.B, Salinas, California (1942) 27th Bomb Group, 27th Fighter Bomber Group, 27th Fighter Group 29th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group B-24 31st Troop Carrier SQ., 89th Troop Carrier Group 31st T/R Observation SQ. 31st Bomb Squadron B-17, B-24 Asia / Pacific Theaters Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Leyte, Luzon, S. Philippines leather 31st Bomb Squadron B-17, B-24 Asia / Pacific Theaters Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Leyte, Luzon, S. Philippines felt 32nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Group, 15th AF B-17 32nd Sub Depot 13th AF Boeing Field Seattle, WA 33rd Fighter Squadron duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 34th Bomb Squadron, 17th Bomb Group "Thunderbirds" Doolittle Raiders 36th Fighter Squadron 37th Fighter Squadron 37th Bomb Squadron 17th Bomb Group "Lions" Doolittle Raiders (cloth) 37th Bomb Squadron 17th Bomb Group "Lions" Doolittle Raiders (leather) 37th TCS Troop Carrier Squadron, Glider Pilots Glider Squadron "Thermal Sniffers" (unofficial) 38th Air Rescue Squadron 38th Bomb SQd. 39th Air Depot, San Bernardino, CA 39th Fighter Interceptor SQ. 39th Observation Squadron (pre-war to early WWII), 101st Bomb Photo Recon. Sq. BP, (late WWII), 6th AF duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 40th Bomb Group 40th Bomb Group 41st Bomb SQdrn (pre-war to early WWII), 484th Bomb Group, 15th AAF duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade see also 827th Bomb SQ. (late WWII) 44th Bomb Group, 8th AF 44th Fighter Squadron, 318th Fighter Group 48th Bomb Squadron, 41st Bomb Group, 7th AF duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 48th Fighter Squadron, 15th AF March Field, North Island NAS, Terminal Island San Diego, Calif Atcham Field, England, Oran, Algeria, Algiers, North Africa, Sicily, Italy, Corsica 49th Air Transport Squadron, Hickam AFB, Hawaii 49th Bomb Squadron 49th Fighter Squadron, 14th Fighter Group, 15th AAF Mediterranean 50th Bomb Squadron, 46th Bomb Group duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 53rd Bomb Squadron, 46th Bomb Group duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 53rd Fighter Squadron, 36th Fighter Group, 9th AAF 55th Bomb Wing, 15th AF 56th Fighter SQ., 54th Fighter Group 57th Fighter Group, 12 AAF 58th Bombardment Wing, 20th AAF 58th Service Squadron, 376th Bomb Group 15th AF 58th Weather Recon. SQ. USAAF 59th Pursuit Interceptor Fighter Squadron, 33rd Fighter Group 60th Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group, 314th Bomb Wing, 20th AF B-29 Guam 61st Fighter SQ., 56th Fighter Group, 8th AF 62nd Fighter SQ. 64th Fighter Wing, 12th AF Med. Theater, European Theater 66th Fighter SQ. 66th Field Maintenance Squadron, 66th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing 67th Bomb SQ. 67th Fighter SQ. 69th Pursuit Squadron (Interceptor) 69th Fighter Squadron Official 1942 69th Fighter Squadron "Werewolves" 70th Bomb Squadron, 38th Bomb Group, So. Pacific duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 71st Pursuit SQ. 96th Sub Depot Selfridge Field, Mt. Clemens, MI 73rd Bomb Squadron, 11th AF Alaska canvas duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 73rd Bomb Squadron, 11th AF Alaska leather 76th Fighter Squadron, 23rd Fighter Group, 14th AF CBI 77th Bomb SQ. 78th Fighter Squadron 81st Bomb Squadron, 12th Bomb Group, 3rd AF / 10th AF duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 82nd Bomb Squadron, 12th Bomb Group 84th Fighter Squadron 85th Fighter Squadron 79th Fighter Group, 12AF P-40, P-47 85th Bomb Squadron, 47th Bomb Group, 12AF 86th Fighter Bomber Group 86th Fighter Squadron 79th Fighter Group, 12AF "The Comanches" post-war approved insignia 86th Bomb SQ. 12th AF 87th Fighter Squadron 79th Fighter Group, 12AF P-40, P-47 87th Bomb SQ. 46th Bomb Group duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 89th Troop Carrier Group 89th Fighter Squadron duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 89th Recon Sqdn., 17th Bomb Group "Winged Helmet of Mercury" Doolittle Raiders 90th Bomb SQ., 91st Bomb Group, 8th AF 92nd Fighter SQ. CBI 93rd Bomb Squadron 93rd Bomb Squadron, AAF 93rd Aero Squadron tracing it's lineage to 21 Aug 1917 served in France during WWI and the Phillippines and Austrailia early in WWII with B-17's / B-24's and LB-30's, returned to the States late 42 as a B-17 replacement training unit until re-equipped with B-29's and deployed to Guam to conduct air operations against the home islands of Japan 1944-1945. Flew combat with B-29's in Korea, and was part of Strategic Air commands deterance mission with B-47's and B-52's 1954-1963. The unit has recativated in Oct 1993 flying B-52h's for the reserves. 94th Aero Squadron (WWI) 94th Fighter Squadron (WWII), 1st Fighter Group Eddie Richenbacher's Unit 94th Bomb Squadron, 12th Bomb Group duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 95th Bomb SQ., 17th Bomb Group "Kicking Mules" Doolittle Raiders embroidered 95th Bomb SQ., 17th Bomb Group "Kicking Mules" Doolittle Raiders leather 95th Bomb SQ., 17th Bomb Group "Kicking Mules" Doolittle Raiders embroidered 95th Bomb Group, 8th AF duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 95th Fighter SQ., 82nd Fighter Group, 12th + 15th AF P-38 96th Bomb Group, 8th AF 96th Bomb Squadron, 15th AF duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 99th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group, 20th AF duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 99th Bomb Group, 15th AF 99th Fighter SQ., 332nd Fighter Group, 15th AF Tuskegee Airmen 100th Fighter SQ., 332nd Fighter Group, 15th AF Tuskegee Airmen duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 99th Fighter SQ., 332nd Fighter Group, 15th AF Tuskegee Airmen embroidered 100th Bomb Group, 8th AF 100th Bomb Group, 8th AF duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 112th Fighter SQ. 118th Tactical Recon SQ., CBI 118th Tactical Recon SQ., CBI 125th Observation SQ. USAAF 137th Fighter SQ. 162nd Fighter SQ. Hi Brian, My name is Tim McCluskey. My father was Robert J. McCluskey. Dad was in the 17th BG and was shot down over Toulon Harbar, France August 20, 1944. Only 2 survived. Dad and George Moscovis. I am trying to recreate his A-2 flight Jacket and am trying to locate Insignia that he would have had on his A-2. I don't necessarily have to have original Insignia but that would be great. Any assistance would be appreciated. Thanks in advance, Tim McCluskey Hi Tim, Nice to write to you. Thanks for writting me. Wow, what a great story! I have the kicking mule patch here somewhere - probably take a month at least to find it. I might even have 2 of them. email me in 4-5 weeks to see if I have found it yet. Brian Brian, Thanks for getting back to me. I'm attaching the picture of Dad's B-26 as well as the link to the B-26 Mauraders Historical Society. My brother has the original photo, we used to have the negatives for this photo given to Dad by the photographer who took it. Can't seem to find it now - probably gone in the direction of his A-2 flight jacket. I am scanning some photos of Dad to send to the Archivists at PIMA, right now they don't have any. Also, Chuck O'Mohney is writing an article for Flight Journal this Fall/Winter issue about #50 'Flossie's Fury', (in search of the noseart, next!). Chuck has written a book and several articles about WWII. Very interesting stuff. I'll send you a copy when it's published. I have a rough draft now but wouldn't want it to get into circulation until it hits the newstands. This whole B-26 historical kick I've been on was kind of a fluke - just surfing the web and found The B-26 Mauraders Historical Society web page and this photo. This is the second time in my life that I've stumbled across this photo, once as a kid at the newstand found this in a WWII aviation magazine, quite bizzar, huh? I'll get back to you in 4-5 weeks. Love to get a hold of this patch would mean a great deal to me. Also looking for the 95th BG patch, Also attached below. Thanks in advance. Tim http://www.b-26marauderarchive.org/PH/B26/P978.htm http://www.web-birds.com/12th/17/17.htm Toujous Au Danger "Ever into Danger" Tim, Thanks for the pics. I am going to add them to my website along with our correspondence. That's the reward for me - I love hearing the stories & helping todays generation touch and establish a connection with the WWII generation. I look forward to seeing the article you spoke of. Thanks! Take care, Brian Hello Brian, Respectfully request permission for any images you may have of 22nd BG 2nd squadron "Red Raiders" patches, logos, ect. My Grandfather's name was Joseph F. Champion and flew with the Red Raiders during WW2 over Okinawa, Japan and the Phillipines. Having served the Navy for 12 years (yeah I'm a lifer I guess LOL) and maintained jets for 3 different squadrons, I've developed quite an appetite for any squadron history for my personal family archives; ESPECIALLY my Grandpa's old squadron. There is very little out there that I've been able to find. And I'd be VERY interested in purchasing a Red Raider squadron patch or logo regardless of vintage authenticity. (although the real McCoy would be considered a real gem) Either the red norseman, or the bird in the white diamond pointing to the left. Any permission of images, arrangements of purchases for patches ect would be GREATLY appreciated. Thank you for taking the time to read. Truely, John E. Champion AT2 (AW) USN AIMD OCEANA VA Hello, Thank you for your service to our country! And for your father's as well. I only have the one patch as present. Here is a high res pic as you requested. Thanks again, Brian Subj: Re: 91st Bomb Group patch pics Date: 8/14/2002 6:56:24 PM Pacific Daylight Time From: augusto@earthlink.net You can use the logo's on you web site. Jim Shepherd

US Army Air Force, Army Air Corps, Page 2 - Units Numbered above 200;  Click Here
US Army Air Force, Corps Page 2 - Units Numbered above 200 Feel free to look at these World War Two patches, but please don't copy my WWII AAF / AAC Squadron Patch images without my permission. 301st Fighter SQ., 332nd Fighter Group, 15th AF Tuskegee Airmen duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 302nd Fighter SQ., 332nd Fighter Group, 15th AF Tuskegee Airmen duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 305th Bomb Group, 8th AF canvas duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 305th Bomb Group, 8th AF leather 307th Bomb Group, 13th AF 307th Fighter Squadron, 31st Fighter Grp / Fighter Wing 308th Bomb Group 310th Bomb Group, 12th AF 314th Fighter Squadron, 324th Fighter Group, 9th AF / 12AF 315th Fighter Squadron, 324th Fighter Group, 9th AF / 12AF early-war 315th Fighter Squadron, 324th Fighter Group, 9th AF / 12AF late-war 316th Bomb Squadron, 88th Bomb Group duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 316th Fighter Squadron, 324th Fighter Group, 9th AF / 12AF "Hell's Belles" - MTO, ETO P-40 + P-47 duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 316th Fighter Squadron, of the 324th Fighter Group, 9th AF / 12AF "Hell's Belles" - MTO, ETO P-40 + P-47 317th Fighter Squadron, 325th Fighter Group, 15 AF 317th Bomb Squadron, 88th Bomb Group duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade 318th Fighter Group (19th, 73rd, & 333rd Squadrons) 318th Fighter Squadron 319th Fighter Sqdrn. cloth 319th Fighter Sqdrn. felt 319th Fighter Sqdrn. 319th TCS 319th Troop Carrier Squadron (Commando), assigned to the 1st Air Commando Group Felt 319th TCS 319th Troop Carrier Squadron (Commando), assigned to the 1st Air Commando Group Leather 319th Bomb SQ., 90th Bomb Group, 5th AF 320th Fighter Sqdrn. 321st Bomb SQ, 90th Bomb Group, 5th AAF The 90th Bomb Group Squadrons all used the same design. 319th = dark blue background with red outer circle. 320th = all red background. 321st = light blue background. 400th = black background with red outer circle. The group HQ may also have used a medium blue background with white outer circle. There are a great variety of 90th BG Jolly Roger patches. 321st Fighter Squadron, 326th Fighter Group P-47 322nd Troop Cargo Squadron, 14th Transport Group, 14th AF CBI Early Pattern 322nd Bomb Squadron, CBI China Burma India B-17 322nd Bomb Squadron, 91st Bomb Group, 8th AF Bassingbourn, England 323rd Bomb Squadron, 91st Bomb Group, 8th AF Bassingbourn, England 324th Bomb Squadron, 91st Bomb Group, 8th AF Bassingbourn, England "Memphis Belle" 324th Bomb Squadron, 91st Bomb Group, 8th AF Bassingbourn, England "Memphis Belle" 324th Fighter Group, 12th AAF 325th Fighter Group, 15th AAF 328th Fighter Squadron, 352nd Fighter Group, 8th AF 330th Service SQ. 331st Fighter SQ. 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Their role was to lead the night strikes into Germany, and mark the target area with flares 824th Bomb Squadron, 484th Bomb Group, 15th AAF 827th Bomb Squadron, 484th Bomb Group, 15th AAF (late war) B-24 Moroco, Italy see also 41st Bomb SQdrn 828th Bomb Squadron, 488th Bomb Group, 15th AAF 840th Bomb Squadron 15th Army Air Force B17 848th Signal Training Bn AAF 867th Bomb Squadron 869th Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group, Saipan 1328th Squadron CBI "Gas Haulers" 1521st AAFBU 1521st Army Air Force Base Unit Pacific Division Air Transport Command No Pic 444th Bomb Group, 58th Bomb Wing, 20th AF No Pic 445th Bomb Group, 8th AF Subj: 367th Bomb Squadron, 8th AAF squadron patch Date: 9/21/2002 8:13:36 PM Pacific Daylight Time From: raysj@earthlink.net Hi Brian, Wonderful website! I was trying to research a patch I came upon when I found your site and I am in awe.... The one I have is similar to the one you have listed as the 367th Bomb Squadron, 8th AAF but there are some differences. First, I was wondering why there is a nine on your patch, even though it is for the 8th AAF? Mine is a canvas patch with roughly the same facial figure but facing left and with a protruding red tongue, one drop of red blood hanging. It is yellow-orange with a blue border, brown face with whiskers, blue helmet &goggles, sharp white teeth, no number associated. The shape of the patch is lobate, with four distinct lobes, (sort of a truncated clover shape.) The colors almost bleed through the patch and the artwork appears to be silkscreen. I would appreciate any info you might have and thanks again for the great site, Ray Hi Ray. Thanks for writing me. I am glad you liked the website. This patch actually sat on the UNKNOWN page for 2 months. Then it was ID'd, and then re-ID'd as the 1st ID was said to be wrong. This patch is becoming a pain :) I have no idea about whether it is indeed a "9" or just an earpiece for the headphones. I will post this to the page in hopes someone will come forward with more information. Take care, Brian Subj: Re: 324th website Date: 8/14/2002 12:59:24 PM Pacific Daylight Time From: mlumsden@charter.net Hello Brian. I see no objection to adding the squadron logos to your site for the 314th and 315th. I see that you already have the 316th from the 324th group (which has its own logo). You have undoubtedly noted that the 315th had two logos -- the first being the Bugs Bunny and the second the Crusaders. It would be historically accurate to use both. Thanks for adding the links to our site.

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United States Navy Feel free to look at these World War Two patches, but please don't copy my WWII USN Squadron Patch images without my permission. USN Flight School, Jacksonville, FL Advanced Gunnery School NAS Jacksonville, FL USN Gunnery School NAS Norman, OK NAS Atlanta, GA one for sale on bulletin boards NAS Salton Sea, CA one for sale on bulletin boards USN LSO School USN Nav. E.O.D. Explosive Ordnance Disposal Bomb Disposal USN Aviation Ord. Detachment Seal Beach, CA U. S. N. Naval Ordnance Inyokern, CA USN NAS China Lake, Inyokern, CA Weapons Training Center USN Intelligence, SW Pacific USN Air Sea Rescue, NAS San Francisco, CA USN Carrier Service Group USN Fleet Photo School SQ. 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VJ-10 VJ-11 VT-11 ZP-11 Airship Patrol Squadron 11 (Lighter Than Air) ZP-12 Airship Patrol Squadron 12 NAS (LTA) Lakehurst (Lighter Than Air) VF-13 VJ-13 VT-13 USS Franklin - 'Big Ben' VP-14, VP-52, VP-72 VBF-15 "Satan's Playmates" USS Lexington CV-16 F-4v Corsair VB-15 USS Essex USS Lexington- Late WWII VT-15 USS Essex VB-16 USS Lexington CV-16 VF-16 VJ-16 VP-16 (early war) VPB-16 (late war) VP-17 VT-17 USN Blimpron-17 (Lighter Than Air) VF-17 VJ-17 VT-19 VF-20 VB-20 VPB-20 The "Screaming Indian" squadron emblem was originally used first by VS-2 and then by VS-10. On March 1, 1943, the Navy redesignated VS-10 as VB-20 and assigned it to Air Group 10. VB-20 used the "Screaming Indian" patch until August 1944. After August 1944 it changed to the "Tough Kitties" patch with a cat and skull design. I think it was late in the war after moving to the USS Lexington that they went to the "Slow Time Turtle" patch, but I am not 100% on that. VS-20 VT-20 USS Enterprise, USS Lexington VS-21 ZP-21 Airship Patrol Squadron 21 NAS (LTA) Richmond, TX (Texas & Louisiana) NAS (LTA) Banana River, FL (Daytona Beach, Key West, Florida, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 4 NAF's in Cuba ZP-22 Airship Patrol Squadron 22 NAS (LTA) Richmond, TX (Lighter Than Air) Texas, Louisiana VP-22 canvas VP-22 embroidered ZP-23 Airship Patrol Squadron 23 (Lighter Then Air) Jamaica, Panama VP-23 Early war VP-23 late war VP-24 VT-27 VS-27 VP-31 VP-31 VS-31 Scouting Squadron 31, (early) Squantum Naval Air Station, Squantum, Massachusetts VT-31 USN ZP-31 Blimp SQ. 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United States Marine Corps Feel free to look at these World War Two patches, but please don't copy my WWII USMC Squadron Patch images without my permission. US Marine Air Corps US Marine Air Corps MCAS El Toro, CA MCAS 29 Palms, CA VMJ-2 VMJ-3 USMC 3rd Parachute Regt MAG 41 El Toro, CA MAG 41 El Toro, CA 43rd Service Maint. SQ. U.S.M.C. MAG-51 Marine Air Group USMC HQ. SQ. 61 USMC 62nd Service Maintenance SQ. VMF-111 VMF-112 (felt) VMF-112 (canvas) duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade VMF-123 VMF-124 VMSB-141 VMTB-143 email from vet VMTB-143 USS Gilbert Islands cruise 1945 VMF-211 VMF-213 VMF-214 felt VMF-215 "Fighting Corsairs" decal VMF-215 "Fighting Corsairs" chenille VMF-217 VMF-223 VMF-224 VMF-225 So.Pac. VMSB-232 VMTB-232 early war - Torpedo Bomb SQ. late war - Bomb SQ. duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade VMTB-232 VMSB-232 early war - Torpedo Bomb SQ. late war - Bomb SQ. VMSB-235 VMSB-236 VMTB-242 VMSB-244 VMF-322 "Fighting Cocks" China VMA-333 VMSB-341 VMF-351 VMR-351 or 352 VMB-413 (leather) VMB-413 (felt) VMF-422 VMB-423 VMF-452 El Toro, CA "Sky Raiders" VMSB-454 VMF-531 (N) Night Fighter Squadron VMF-532 (N) Night Fighter Squadron VMF-542 (N) Night Fighter Squadron VMF-543 (N) Night Fighter Squadron "Night Hawks" VMF-451 VMB-612 VMB-613 VMTB-621 VMB-621 USMC Squadron / Unit Abbreviations ~ USMC ~ Marines insert the letter "M" after the first letter to indicate it's Semper Fi-ness example VF (USN) ~ VMF (USMC) for Fighter Squadrons MCAS (Marine Corps Air Stations) ZP (Lighter Than Air) VMF (Fighter) VMT (Torpedo Bomber) VMTB (Torpedo Bomber) VMB (Bomber) VMBF (Bomber/Fighter) VMP/VMPB (Patrol) CPW (Commander, Patrol Wing) VMC (Composite Squadron) VMH (Air-Sea Rescue Squadron) VMJ (Meteorological) VMS (Antisubmarine Reconnaissance) VMU (Utility Squadron) ASWF (Anti-Submarine Fighter) ASF (Aircraft Scouting Force) VMA(HM) (Attack Mining) VMD (Fleet Air Photographic) CNO (Chief Naval Operations) VMP MAU (Patrol Squadron Master Augment Unit) VMO and VMAH (Special Operations) VMPU (Special Operations Unit) VMPW (Airborne Early Warning) VMQ (Electronic/Air Reconnaissance) VMAQ (Reconnaissance) VMW (Airborne Early Warning) VMX (Air Test and Evaluation) FATS (Force Aircraft Test Squadron ) ATU (Advanced Training Unit) FAW (Fleet Air Wing) FASRON (Fleet Aircraft Service Squadrons) Welcome to the Naval Historical Center

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Flying Tigers, Allies and Others Feel free to look at these World War Two patches, but please don't copy my WWII Squadron Patch images without my permission. Go To Photos of AVG Flying Tigers Today Page Go To Photos of WWII Jeeps in China & Burma Page Go To List of Books on the Flying Tigers Bert Christman of Ft. Collins, Colo. a fallen AVG Hero AVG Flying Tigers, China The American Volunteer Group flew under the National Insignia of China in WW2 AVG Flying Tigers, China CATF AVG P-40 AVG Flying Tigers, China AVG Flying Tigers 1st Pursuit Squadron "Adam & Eve's" AVG Flying Tigers 2nd Pursuit Squadron "Panda Bears" AVG Flying Tigers 3rd Pursuit Squadron, "Hell's Angels' AVG Flying Tigers 3rd Pursuit Squadron, "Hell's Angels' AVG Flying Tigers AVG 3rd Squadron "Hell's Angels" "China Gals Forever" Kunming, China 1942 AVG Flying Tigers 3rd Pursuit Squadron, "Hell's Angels" Erik Shilling of 3rd SQ. AVG AVG Flying Tigers 3rd Pursuit Squadron, "Hell's Angels' Robert T. Smith, of 3rd SQ. AVG CATF China Air Task Force was the interim air force between the AVG Flying Tigers and 14th AAF. The China Air Task Force was put in place upon the disbandment of the AVG July 4, 1942 with Gen.Chennault in Command, under the 10th Air Force. 14th Army Air Force was created March 10, 1943, and absorbed the CATF. The China Air Task Force who had succeeded the AVG "Flying Tigers" CATF China Air Task Force interim between AVG Flying Tigers and 14th AAF CATF China Air Task Force interim between AVG Flying Tigers and 14th AAF CAF Chinese Air Force Also used by AVG HQ SQ. CNAC China National Air Corporation * Pilot in CNAC CACW Chinese American Composite Wing, 1st Bomb Sq, 1st Bomb Grp CBI CACW Chinese American Composite Wing, 3rd Bomb Sq, 1st Bomb Grp CBI 49th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Brigade US Army **506th PIR, 101st Airborne Division *** 114th Signal Radio Intelligence Company US Army 432nd Signal Battalion AAF 486th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Camp Davis, NC Anti Aircraft Training School U. S. Army 837th Chemical Company, Camp Sibert, Attalia, AL Chem. Warfare Training Center U. S. Army 758th Railway School Battalion U. S. Army 101st Airborne, US Army, Currahee original insignia of the 506th PIR who trained at Camp Toccoa, Georgia which sits at the foot of Currahee Mtn. 101st Airborne, US Army, Currahee original insignia of the 506th PIR who trained at Camp Toccoa, Georgia which sits at the foot of Currahee Mtn. 101st Airborne Division, US Army "Screaming Eagles" 460th PFAB 460th Parachute Field Artillery Battalion, US Army 462nd PFAB 462nd Parachute Field Artillery Battalion US Army 463rd PFAB 463rd Parachute Field Artillery Battalion US Army 501st PIR 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment, US Army 502nd PIR 502nd Parachute Infantry Regiment, US Army 503rd PIR 503rd Parachute Infantry Regiment, US Army 504th PIR 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division US Army embroidered 504th PIR 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division US Army felt 506th PIR Parachute Infantry Regiment 101st Airborne Division, US Army 'Para-Dice' 507th PIR 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, US Army 508th PIR 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, US Army 509th PIR 509th Parachute Infantry Regiment, US Army 513th PIR 513th Parachute Infantry Regiment, US Army 515th PIR 515th Parachute Infantry Regiment, US Army 517th PIR 517th Parachute Infantry Regiment, US Army 541st PIR 541st Parachute Infantry Regiment, US Army Civil Air Patrol 18, MA CAP Civil Air Patrol Search and Rescue Emergency Services Civilian Pilot Training, "B" Squadron Civilian Pilot Training, "D" Squadron Civilian Pilot Training, "G" Squadron Civilian Pilot Training, "M" Squadron Civilian Pilot Training, "P" Squadron Civilian Pilot Training, "P" Squadron Sikorsky Helicopter SQdrn. Merchant Marines Battlin' Pete USN Armed Guards onboard Merchant Marine vessels USN MTBRON 15 Motor Torpedo Boatron 15 PT Boat USN MTBRON 17 Motor Torpedo Boatron 17 PT Boat US Coast Guard VP-6(USCG) early war VPB-6 (USCG) late war Patrol Squadron Six Patrol Bombing Squadron Six Argentia, Newfoundland The only aviation squadron operated by the US Coast Guard Royal Canadian AF Marine Security Royal Navy HMS Illustrious 1224th RAF ATC 121st RAF Eagle SQ. On 29 September 1942 the Eagle Squadrons were incorporated into the Fourth Fighter Group, USAAF as the 334th(71), 335th(121), and 336th(133). 71st RAF Eagle SQ. (Fighter) 121st RAF Eagle SQ. (Fighter) 133rd RAF Eagle Fighter SQ. UNKNOWN can anyone identify these? Please email me if you Can ID an 'unknown' patch, or you see something broken on this website. Make sure you indicate your email address so I can write back to you. 1 2 3 4 USAAF Training Squadron 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Combat Crew 12 Tow Target SQdrn? 13 14 12th or 15th AF tooled leather type "Co-pilots Delight" 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 USMC unit 605 ? 22 23 Metal Wings Pin (not a patch) 24 25 86th Fighter Squadron 79th Fighter Group, 12AF duplicate vintage patch available for sale or trade Has been called into question, can anyone verify above? 26 suggested as 365th Fighter Group "The Hell Hawks" but I disagree, this one is a cat and looks navy can anyone verify this? 27 VMR-351 ? or VMR-352 ? USMC 28 46th Air Rescue AAF ? USN ? 29 49th Bomb Squadron ? 30 14th AF Flying Tiger AAF Does anyone know specific unit? 31 CBI 1st Combat Cargo ? 32 "Dumbo" Air Lines N.A.F.D. The Rocket Run 47,999 Gross CBI 33 34 35 NAAS Crows Landing California in 1944-45? Can anyone ID? 36 Night Reconnaissance Observation SQ. 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 "Sunday Punchers" 46 "Ball the Jack" 47 48 49 JUST ID'd 1521st AAFBU 1521st Army Air Force Base Unit Pacific Division Air Transport Command JUST ID'd 17th Bombardment Squadron, 16th Bombardment Group JUST ID'd 307th Fighter Squadron, 31st Fighter Grp / Fighter Wing JUST ID'd 49th Air Transport Squadron, Hickam AFB, Hawaii JUST ID'd 22nd Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group (early war) replaced later by the bulldog / B-25 design CBI AAF JUST ID'd 66th Field Maintenance Squadron, 66th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing ----- 1950's & 60's at Sembach AB, Germany, Laon AB, France, and RAF Upper Heyford UK, supporting RF84's, RB-57's, RF101's and RF4C's. After serveral years of Inactivation it was reactivated in time to Support the Gulf War and maintain the EC-130's from Sembach Germany's 66th Electronic Warfare Wing. Terry L Horstead TSgt USAF Retired, 66th Tac Recon Wing RAF Upper Heyford, UK 1968-1970 JUST ID'd 93rd Bomb Squadron, AAF 93rd Aero Squadron tracing it's lineage to 21 Aug 1917 serving in France during WWI and the Phillippines and Austrailia early in WWII with B-17's / B-24's and LB-30's, returned to the States late 42 as a B-17 replacement training unit until reequipped with B-29's and deployed to Guam to conduct air operations against the home islands of Japan 1944-1945. Flew combat with B-29's in Korea, and was part of Strategic Air commands deterance mission with B-47's and B-52's 1954-1963. The unit has recativated in Oct 1993 flying B-52h's for the reserves. JUST ID'd 14th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron unit has a long history that dates to Viet Nam as the 14th Tac Recon Squadron has since been redesignated as the 14th Fighter Squadron replaceing the orginial 14th FS to keep the long history alive. However the insignia has been modified replacing buggs with a Samari Warrior since the unit is currently stationed at Misawa AB, Japan. JUST ID'd ww2 german navy machinist see ebay ad Dave found JUST ID'd 13th Air Corps Ferry Squadron Later: Designated the 13th Ferrying Squadron and 13th Air Transport Squadron and the 13th Aeromedical Transport Squadron This is the 13th Air Corps Ferry Squadron Later: Designated as the 13th Ferrying Squadron and 13th Air Transport Squadron and the 13th Aeromedical Transport Squadron. Althought the designation number is the same the 13th Air Transport Squadron and the 13th Troop Carrier Squadrons did much of the same missions they are not the same units. the lineage for the Ferry lineage traces back to WWII's Air Transport Command (A Non Combat - Logistics unit tasked to move supplies and equipment from the States to the forward areas) while the Troop Carrier Squadrons delivered men and equipment at the front lines and were combat units. Post war both existed in the same way with ATS's working for MATS and the the TCS's working for TAC and the forward Commands. In 1966 Both types of units were renamed as Airlift Squadrons the ATS's becoming "Military Airlift Squadrons" and the TCS's becoming "Tactical Airlift Squadrons" with a theater role. In 1991 there were both renamed as "Airlift Squadrons" causing some units to be renumbered due to duplication. It is also posted on the Unknown or "Can You Identify" section on the USAFpatches.com website and has been misidentified as a 13th Troop Carrier Squadron. I am working on obtaining the information from Maxwell AFB (USAF Historical Research Agency) about this insignia. Thanks to Nick Devereux for help in identifying several patches, and adding more unkowns to the page. Great work! Brian Thanks to Terry L Horstead for help in identifying several patches on the 'unkowns' page. Brian Subj: ID the patch Date: 3/2/2003 8:50:45 PM Pacific Standard Time From: wmckee@utech.net The patch identified as #x on your listing is the patch for the 440th Air Base Group and the training squadrons at Santa Maria Army Air Field. I have the history of the patch, including a copy of the official drawing from the Air Force Office of Heraldry, pix of the patch on noses of P-38s at SMAAF, etc., and even the name of the designer. The following is a quote from part of our history: "In the fall of 1944 a contest was held at the Santa Maria Army Air Field (SMAAF) to select a "patch" to represent the base mission, and to enhance the morale of the personnel assigned. This emblem would be applied to aircraft assigned to the 440th Air Base Unit, the parent unit at SMAAF, and provide an "identity" for those serving at the base. Several designs were submitted. A man assigned to Squadron "E" SSgt. Fred D. Meek, submitted the winning design. It was submitted to headquarters for approval in October 1944. Sergeant Meek received a war bond for this design, and was featured in "Fighter Pilot," the base newspaper." I can send via email a JPEG file of the original artwork, if it would do you any good. We would love to locate one of the patches like this one, if you know of a source. Bill Mckee Historian, Santa Maria Museum of Flight. Thanks To Richard Whitaker for the ID of #xx sorry, no free jackets today :( Brian, Sqdrn patch #x (patch now moved to correct page & unknown number reassigned) @ your unknown list is 4th Combat Cargo Squadron formed 4/15/44 and re designated 329th Troop Carrier Sqdn on 9/29/45 after service in the CBI theaters and as "Hump Pilots" @ WW2. Is there a prize for I.D.? Nothing big... maybe just a mint condition A2 with original first issue Blood Chits and hand painted squadron insignia? Best regards, Richard Whitaker Brian, The patch in block# XX (patch now moved to correct page & unknown number reassigned) on your unidentified page is from the 504th PIR of the 82nd AB. If you could return a favor, It would be great if you could send me a hi-res image of the VT-11 patch. My grandmother's brother was a member of Torpedo Squadron Eleven on board the USS Hornet from 1943-1945. He was shot down over Formosa (Taiwan) and never found. I have never seen an original patch before from VT-11. If you ever want to sell it please let me know. Thank you, Tim Hampton LINKS Air Commandos Tiger - Air Commando Connection 388th Bomb Group Collection Civil Air Patrol in WWII Combat The Only Flyable P-40B In The World Flying Tiger's Tomahawk/Warhawk Static CATF - China Air Task Force - Between Flying Tigers and the 14th P-40L Recovered In Italy http://www.web-birds.com Air Force Historical Research Agency

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