Silk Bloodchits

Bloodchit-Vietnam War (English-Chinese) Bloodchit-Vietnam War (English-Chinese)
Size: 9 1/2" x 13 1/2"
In Stock: >5
Price: $14.99

A blood chit is a notice carried by military personnel and addressed to any civilians who may come across an armed-services member such as a shot-down pilot in difficulties. As well as identifying the force to which the bearer belongs as friendly, the notice displays a message requesting that the service member be rendered every assistance. This chit was created for those flyers during the Vietnam War, displaying 14 different languages that might be spoken in the area the military member was operating. This is a silk, reproduction chit, and looks great sewn inside the flight jackets. This one was used in Vietnam, as it has multiple languages, but mainly English and Chinese.

 

Bloodchit-OEF War (Pashto-Uzbek) Bloodchit-OEF War (Pashto-Uzbek)
Size: 9" x 13"
In Stock: >5
Price: $14.99

A blood chit is a notice carried by military personnel and addressed to any civilians who may come across an armed-services member such as a shot-down pilot in difficulties. As well as identifying the force to which the bearer belongs as friendly, the notice displays a message requesting that the service member be rendered every assistance. This chit was created for those flyers during the Vietnam War, displaying 14 different languages that might be spoken in the area the military member was operating. This is a silk, reproduction chit, and looks great sewn inside the flight jackets. This one was used mainly in Operation ENDURING FREEDOM, as it has multiple local languages, but mainly PASHTO and UZBEK.

 

Bloodchit-OIF War (ARABIC-FARSI) Bloodchit-OIF War (ARABIC-FARSI)
Size: 9 1/2" x 13 1/2"
In Stock: >5
Price: $14.99

A blood chit is a notice carried by military personnel and addressed to any civilians who may come across an armed-services member such as a shot-down pilot in difficulties. As well as identifying the force to which the bearer belongs as friendly, the notice displays a message requesting that the service member be rendered every assistance. This chit was created for those flyers during the Vietnam War, displaying 14 different languages that might be spoken in the area the military member was operating. This is a silk, reproduction chit, and looks great sewn inside the flight jackets. This one was used mainly in Operation ENDURING FREEDOM, as it has multiple local languages, but mainly ARABIC and PERSIAN (FARSI).

 

Bloodchit-British Desert Storm/OIF/OEF Bloodchit-British Desert Storm/OIF/OEF
Size: 9 1/2" x 13 1/2"
In Stock: >5
Price: $14.99

This chit is HUGE! It's 9 1/2" wide by 13 1/2" high. It has the British flag at top, with 5 languages: Arabic, Turkish, English, Persian (Farsi), and Kurdish.

 

Bloodchit-WWII War (PERSIAN-ARABIC) Bloodchit-WWII War (PERSIAN-ARABIC)
Size: 9 1/2" x 13 1/2"
In Stock: >5
Price: $14.99

A blood chit is a notice carried by military personnel and addressed to any civilians who may come across an armed-services member such as a shot-down pilot in difficulties. As well as identifying the force to which the bearer belongs as friendly, the notice displays a message requesting that the service member be rendered every assistance. This chit was created for those flyers during the Vietnam War, displaying 14 different languages that might be spoken in the area the military member was operating. This is a silk, reproduction chit, and looks great sewn inside the flight jackets. This one was used mainly in WORLD WAR II, as it has multiple local languages, but mainly PERSIAN and ARABIC.

 

Bloodchit-Chinese (LX) Bloodchit-Chinese (LX)
Size: 9" x 12"
In Stock: >5
Price: $14.99

A blood chit is a notice carried by military personnel and addressed to any civilians who may come across an armed-services member such as a shot-down pilot in difficulties. As well as identifying the force to which the bearer belongs as friendly, the notice displays a message requesting that the service member be rendered every assistance. This chit was created for those flyers during the Vietnam War, displaying 14 different languages that might be spoken in the area the military member was operating. This is a silk, reproduction chit, and looks great sewn inside the flight jackets. This bloodchit is from the China Burma India Theatre: the AVG, those who flew the hump and those "Gravel Agitators" (as a friend's Dad used to call himself) who built the bypass to the Burma Road.

 

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