Leather VF-9 "Fighting Squadron-9" made for collector ......

Discussion in 'Jacket Art / Patches - Original and Reproduction' started by EMBLEMHUNTER, Apr 9, 2017.

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    EMBLEMHUNTER Well-Known Member

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    17842342_1395471887181465_904253911_n.jpg Here's one I recently made of the Famous WW-2 Navy unit , enjoy :)
     
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    Love it Johnny ;)
     
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    Thanks Smithy :)
     
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    Popeye, dirty wash.jpg Popeye, Dirty Wash (2).jpg Here's one I recently did for a currently serving Navy man, going on a Deck jacket(in images) I put a "dirty wash" effect on it as per his request, doesn't show well in image, enjoy :)
     
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    Thanks jack31916 :)
     
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    18010917_1405341136194540_2836382504679010588_n.jpg My recent VF-9 patch went with a B-25 pilot to the B-25 75th Doolittle Raid Anniversary do in Dayton Ohio, he put it on his flight bag , here's an image ...... B-25 BTW was "Georgie's Girl"
     
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    I have to say that the bag with the patch looks Champion !. My question is why a navy patch on a B25 pilot bag .Why not a Army Air Corp patch from the raid .

    BIP
     
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    BIP, he told me it was to represent the "Navy" side of the B-25's/PBJ's during WW-2 , BTW he wore an A-2 .
     

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