B-2 Squadron Patches

 
13th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron Patch (Color) 13th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron Patch (Color)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $8.99

This is the color version of the 13th Bomb Squadron's "Expeditionary" patch created for their most recent deployment.

13th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron Patch (Subdued) 13th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron Patch (Subdued)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $8.99

This is the subdued version of the 13th Bomb Squadron's "Expeditionary" patch created for their most recent deployment.

110th Bomb Squadron Patch (Blue/White) 110th Bomb Squadron Patch (Blue/White)
Size: 3.4"
In Stock: FOUR
Price: $7.99

This is the blue/white version of the 110th Bomb Squadron with the 'gray' donkey. The 110 BS is a unit of the Missouri Air National Guard 131st Bomb Wing located at Whiteman Air Force Base, Knob Noster, MO. The 110th is equipped with the B-2 Spirit and is the oldest unit in the MO ANG, with over 90 years of service to the state and nation. It is a descendant organization of the World War I 110th Aero Squadron, established on 14 August 1917. It was reformed on 23 June 1923, as the 110th Observation Squadron, and is one of the 29 original National Guard Observation Squadrons of the US Army National Guard formed before World War II. The 131st Bomb Wing, of which the 110th Bomb Squadron is a part, is the only ANG Bomb Wing certified to conduct nuclear operations. This patch comes with velcro attached.

110th Bomb Squadron Patch (Sub) 110th Bomb Squadron Patch (Sub)
Size: 3 1/2"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

This is the subdued version of the 110th Bomb Squadron with the 'gray' donkey. The 110 BS is a unit of the Missouri Air National Guard 131st Bomb Wing located at Whiteman Air Force Base, Knob Noster, MO. The 110th is equipped with the B-2 Spirit and is the oldest unit in the MO ANG, with over 90 years of service to the state and nation. It is a descendant organization of the World War I 110th Aero Squadron, established on 14 August 1917. It was reformed on 23 June 1923, as the 110th Observation Squadron, and is one of the 29 original National Guard Observation Squadrons of the US Army National Guard formed before World War II. The 131st Bomb Wing, of which the 110th Bomb Squadron is a part, is the only ANG Bomb Wing certified to conduct nuclear operations. This patch does not have velcro attached.

110th Bomb Squadron Patch (Des) 110th Bomb Squadron Patch (Des)
Size: 3 1/2"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

This is the desert version of the 110th Bomb Squadron with the 'gray' donkey. The 110 BS is a unit of the Missouri Air National Guard 131st Bomb Wing located at Whiteman Air Force Base, Knob Noster, MO. The 110th is equipped with the B-2 Spirit and is the oldest unit in the MO ANG, with over 90 years of service to the state and nation. It is a descendant organization of the World War I 110th Aero Squadron, established on 14 August 1917. It was reformed on 23 June 1923, as the 110th Observation Squadron, and is one of the 29 original National Guard Observation Squadrons of the US Army National Guard formed before World War II. The 131st Bomb Wing, of which the 110th Bomb Squadron is a part, is the only ANG Bomb Wing certified to conduct nuclear operations. This patch does not have velcro attached.

B-2 509th Ops Support Squadron Patch B-2 509th Ops Support Squadron Patch
Size: 3"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

This is the color version of the 509th Operational Support Squadron. The 509th Operations Group (509 OG) is the flying component of the United States Air Force 509th Bomb Wing (509 BW), assigned to Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri. It is equipped with all 20 of the USAF's B-2 Spirit stealth bombers. Its 394th CTS also uses T-38 Talon trainers. The 509 OG traces its history to the World War II 509th Composite Group (509 CG), which conducted the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, in August 1945. Redesignated the 509th Bombardment Group, Very Heavy in 1946, the group was one of the original ten bombardment groups of Strategic Air Command. The unit was also the host organization at Roswell Army Airfield, New Mexico in July 1947 during the alleged Roswell UFO Incident. The 509th Bombardment Group was inactivated in 1952. In 1993, the unit was reactivated as the 509 OG, as part of the Objective Wing organization implementation of the 509th Bomb Wing.

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