USAF F-4 Patches

116th Tactical Fighter Wing Crest (Original) 116th Tactical Fighter Wing Crest (Original)
Size: 4" High
In Stock: >5
Price: $14.99

The 116th Tactical Fighter Wing has a very long and spectacular history serving the USAF during WWII, Korea, Vietnam to the current engagements. This patch is from the late Vietnam era til they transitioned out of Fighters (F-100, F-4s, F-15Cs) to the B-1B Lancer. This is an original patch, not some reproduction. They were found (in very limited supplies) in a trunk at the squadron during their 75th Anniversary celebration in July 2016. Get one while they last, as these originals will be gone soon. This patch does not come with velcro attached.

116th Tactical Fighter Wing Crest (Original/Subd) 116th Tactical Fighter Wing Crest (Original/Subd)
Size: 4" High
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

The 116th Tactical Fighter Wing has a very long and spectacular history serving the USAF during WWII, Korea, Vietnam to the current engagements. This patch is from the late Vietnam era til they transitioned out of Fighters (F-100, F-4s, F-15Cs) to the B-1B Lancer. This is an original patch, not some reproduction. They were found (in very limited supplies) in a trunk at the squadron during their 75th Anniversary celebration in July 2016. Get one while they last, as these originals will be gone soon. This patch does not come with velcro attached.

121FS 'Turtle Hurling Lightning' Patch 121FS 'Turtle Hurling Lightning' Patch
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

The 121st Fighter Squadron (121 FS) is a unit of the District of Columbia ANG 113th Wing located at Joint Base Andrews, Camp Springs, MD. The 121st is now equipped with the Block 30 F-16C/D Fighting Falcon. The squadron is a descendant organization of the 121st Observation Squadron, established on 10 July 1940. It is one of the 29 original National Guard Observation Squadrons of the US Army National Guard formed before World War II. This is the 121FS squadron patch that shows a "Turtle hurling Lightning Bolts" with three (3) red stars. This patch does not come with velcro attached.

121FS Historical 'GUNNER' Patch 121FS Historical 'GUNNER' Patch
Size: 3.65" Diameter
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

The 121st Fighter Squadron (121 FS) is a unit of the District of Columbia ANG 113th Wing located at Joint Base Andrews, Camp Springs, MD. The 121st is currently equipped with the Block 30 F-16C/D Fighting Falcon. The squadron is a descendant organization of the 121st Observation Squadron, established on 10 July 1940. It is one of the 29 original National Guard Observation Squadrons of the United States Army National Guard formed before World War II. This patch is a reproduction of their historical "GUNNER" patch and shows the pilot holding a "GATLIN GUN" with a lightning bolt behind him. This patch does not come with velcro attached.

121FS Historical 'OBSERVER' Patch 121FS Historical 'OBSERVER' Patch
Size: 4" Diameter
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

The 121st Fighter Squadron (121 FS) is a unit of the District of Columbia ANG 113th Wing located at Joint Base Andrews, Camp Springs, MD. The 121st is currently equipped with the Block 30 F-16C/D Fighting Falcon. The squadron is a descendant organization of the 121st Observation Squadron, established on 10 July 1940. It is one of the 29 original National Guard Observation Squadrons of the United States Army National Guard formed before World War II. This patch is a reproduction of their historical "OBSERVER" patch and shows the pilot spying on the enemy through a telescope. This patch does not come with velcro attached.

121TFS 'Shield' (Blue/Repro) 121TFS 'Shield' (Blue/Repro)
Size: 3.25"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

The 113th Wing is a unit of the District of Columbia ANG, stationed at Joint Base Andrews, Camp Springs, MD. If activated to federal service, the fighter portion of the Wing is gained by the USAF's ACC, while the airlift portion is gained by Air Mobility Command. The 121st Fighter Squadron, assigned to the wing's 113th Operations Group, is a descendant organization of the 121st Observation Squadron, established on 10 July 1940. It is one of the National Guard observation squadrons formed before World War II. During the Vietnam Conflict, the 113TFW flew both the F-105 Thunderchief, then the F-4 Phantom. This unit has a very distinguished legacy of proud combat aviation. This patch does not come with velcro attached.

 

128 ACCS 75th Anniversary Tailfin Patch (Gaggle) 128 ACCS 75th Anniversary Tailfin Patch (Gaggle)
Size: 4" Tall
In Stock: >5
Price: $9.99

This is the tailfin "Gaggle" patch created for the 128 ACCS 75th Anniversary celebrated in July 2016. It shows all the squadron insignias from 1941 to 2016 and says "75th ANNIVERSARY 1941-2016". The 128th Airborne Command and Control Squadron is currently located at Robins AFB, GA and fly the E-8C Joint STARS aircraft as one of the other new "unsung" heroes of the new military. They were previously the 128th Bomb Squadron of the GA Air National Guard (ANG). This patch does not come with velcro attached.

128 ACCS 75th Anniversary Tailfin Patch (0597) 128 ACCS 75th Anniversary Tailfin Patch (0597)
Size: 4" Tall
In Stock: >5
Price: $9.99

This is the tailfin "GA" patch created for the 128 ACCS 75th Anniversary celebrated in July 2016. It shows the tailcode AF93-0597, the one where the wing tanks ruptured in flight (I was on that flight). The 128th Airborne Command and Control Squadron is currently located at Robins AFB, GA and fly the E-8C Joint STARS aircraft as one of the other new "unsung" heroes of the new military. They were previously the 128th Bomb Squadron of the GA Air National Guard (ANG). This patch does not come with velcro attached.

128 ACCS 75th Anniversary Tailfin Coin 128 ACCS 75th Anniversary Tailfin Coin
Size: 2.3" Tall
In Stock: >5
Price: $9.99

This is the 2-sided coin created for the 128 ACCS 75th Anniversary celebrated in July 2016. It shows all the squadron insignias from 1941 to 2016 and says "75th ANNIVERSARY 1941-2016" on one side and tailcode AF93-0597 on the opposite side (same as the patches above). The 128th Airborne Command and Control Squadron is currently located at Robins AFB, GA and fly the E-8C Joint STARS aircraft as one of the other new "unsung" heroes of the new military. They were previously the 128th Bomb Squadron of the GA Air National Guard (ANG). This patch does not come with velcro attached.

128ACCS 80th Anniv Patch (Large/No Velcro) 128ACCS 80th Anniv Patch (Large/No Velcro)
Size: 6"
In Stock: >5
Price: $14.99

This is the large version of the 80th Anniversary patch created for the 128th "Squadron". We flew a variety of aircraft from fighters to bombers to surveillance over the eight decades of service. This patch does not have velcro attached.

128ACCS 80th Anniv Patch (MED/Velcro) 128ACCS 80th Anniv Patch (MED/Velcro)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $9.99

This is the medium-sized version of the 80th Anniversary patch created for the 128th "Squadron". We flew a variety of aircraft from fighters to bombers to surveillance over the eight decades of service. This patch DOES have velcro attached.

128ACCS 80th Anniv Coin/Bottle Opener (Front) 128ACCS 80th Anniv Coin/Bottle Opener (Front)
Size: 1.5"
In Stock: >5
Price: $11.99

This is the front of the 80th Anniversary "challenge coin/bottle opener" for the 128 ACCS flying the Joint STARS platform out of Robins AFB, GA. You can see the back of the coin below.

128ACCS 80th Anniv Coin/Bottle Opener (Back) 128ACCS 80th Anniv Coin/Bottle Opener (Back)
Size: 1.5"
In Stock: >5
Price: $11.99

This is the back of the 80th Anniversary "challenge coin/bottle opener" for the 128 ACCS flying the Joint STARS platform out of Robins AFB, GA. You can see the front of the coin above.

128th Fighter Squadron (Original) 128th Fighter Squadron Crest (Original)
Size: 4" High
In Stock: >5
Price: $14.99

The wartime 840th Bombardment Squadron was re-activated and re-designated as the 128th Fighter Squadron, and was allotted to the Georgia Air National Guard, on 24 May 1946. It was organized at Marietta Army Airfield, Georgia, and was extended federal recognition on 20 August 1946 by the National Guard Bureau. The 128th Fighter Squadron was entitled to the history, honors, and colors of the 840th Bombardment Squadron. The squadron was equipped with F-47N Thunderbolts and was temporarily assigned to the 54th Fighter Wing on 20 August, then permanently to the 116th Fighter Group on 9 September 1946. The 116th Fighter Group consisted of the 128th and the 158th Fighter Squadron at Chatam Army Airfield, near Savannah. As part of the Continental Air Command Fourteenth Air Force, the unit trained for tactical fighter missions and air-to-air combat. This is an original patch, not some reproduction. They were found (in very limited supplies) in a trunk at the squadron during their 75th Anniversary celebration in July 2016. Get one while they last, as these originals will be gone soon. This patch does not come with velcro attached.

128TFS F-4D Patch (Red/White/Original) 128TFS F-4D Patch (Red/White/Original)
Size: 4" High
In Stock: >5
Price: $14.99

The wartime 840th Bombardment Squadron was re-activated and re-designated as the 128th Fighter Squadron, and was allotted to the Georgia Air National Guard, on 24 May 1946. It was organized at Marietta Army Airfield, Georgia, and was extended federal recognition on 20 August 1946 by the National Guard Bureau. The 128th Fighter Squadron was entitled to the history, honors, and colors of the 840th Bombardment Squadron. The squadron was equipped with F-47N Thunderbolts and was temporarily assigned to the 54th Fighter Wing on 20 August, then permanently to the 116th Fighter Group on 9 September 1946. The 116th Fighter Group consisted of the 128th and the 158th Fighter Squadron at Chatam Army Airfield, near Savannah. As part of the Continental Air Command Fourteenth Air Force, the unit trained for tactical fighter missions and air-to-air combat. This is an original patch, not some reproduction. They were found (in very limited supplies) in a trunk at the squadron during their 75th Anniversary celebration in July 2016. Get one while they last, as these originals will be gone soon. This patch does not come with velcro attached.

GA ANG 'Climb-to-8' History Book GA ANG 'Climb-to-8' History Book
In Stock: >5
Price: $29.99

This book titled "Climb to 8 and Wait" written by Josh Batchelder (85 year old member of the 116th Fighter Wing) was present at the 75th Anniversary of the 128th Fighter Squadron in July 2016. I was able to work a deal with him to put his book on the website, offering this to you. It will be shipped from him personally and can autograph it for you, if you wish for one. This opportunity may not be around long, so get one while you can. Please allow me a few weeks to get him to sign and send it to you.

306th TFS Historical Patch (Repro) 306th TFS Historical Patch (Repro)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

This is the a REPRODUCTION patch created to commemmorate the history of the 306th Fighter Squadron. The squadron was first activated as the 306th Fighter-Bomber Squadron in 1957 when the 31st Wing expanded from three to four squadrons and was equipped with the North American F-100 Super Sabre. In 1965 it deployed with its "Huns" to Vietnam, where it engaged in combat until returning to the United States in 1970. It was inactivated in 1971l but was active at Homestead Air Force Base, Florida for two brief periods in the 1970s with the McDonnell F-4 Phantom II and 1980s with the General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon. This patch does not come with velcro attached.

355th TFS Night Hogs 355th TFS Night Hogs
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

This is the "commemmoration" patch created for the 355th Tactical Fighter Squadron's 'Night Hogs'.

363rd Tactical Fighter Wing (Sub) 363rd Tactical Fighter Wing (Sub)
Size: 3"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

This is the subdued version of the 363rd Tactical Fighter Wing (TFW). I think they flew the F-4 Phantom at one point, but not for sure. Only received a few of these, so when they are gone, that's probably it. Don't know if I'll be able to find any more, so grab one now.

366TFW 'The Gunfighters' (Blue/Repro) 366TFW 'The Gunfighters' (Blue/Repro
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

This is the color version of the 366 Tactical Fighter Wing (TFW) "GUNFIGHTERS" patch for when they flew F-4 Phantoms out of Danang. This is a reproduction patch and does not come with velcro attached.

421FS Sqdn (Gray/Merrowed) 421FS Sqdn (Gray/Merrowed)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

The 421FS is part of the 388FW at Hill Air Force Base, UT. It operates the Block 40 General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft conducting air superiority missions. The squadron is one of the most decorated fighter squadrons in the USAF, being awarded 3 Presidential Unit Citations and 7 Air Force Outstanding Unit Awards for Valor in Combat. The unit was originally formed as the 421st Night Fighter Squadron in 1943. After training, it was deployed to Fifth Air Force and ordered to New Guinea to provide air defense interceptor protection against Japanese night air raids on USAAF airfields. It later served on Okinawa and in Occupied Japan where it was inactivated in 1947. It was reactivated by TAC in 1962 as the 421TFS. Equipped with F-105 Thunderchiefs, it deployed to Southeast Asia and engaged in combat operations over North Vietnam. It returned to the US and was re-equipped with the F-4D Phantom II and returned to Southeast Asia for a second and later third tour of duty in the Vietnam War. It was one of the first USAF Squadrons equipped with the F-16A Fighting Falcon in 1980 and went on to serve in the 1991 Gulf War. This is the gray version of the 421FS patch with the black merrowed border and does not come with velcro attached.

421FS Sqdn (Gray/'Cut' Edge/K) 421FS Sqdn (Gray/'Cut' Edge/K)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

The 421FS is part of the 388FW at Hill Air Force Base, UT. It operates the Block 40 General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft conducting air superiority missions. The squadron is one of the most decorated fighter squadrons in the USAF, being awarded 3 Presidential Unit Citations and 7 Air Force Outstanding Unit Awards for Valor in Combat. The unit was originally formed as the 421st Night Fighter Squadron in 1943. After training, it was deployed to Fifth Air Force and ordered to New Guinea to provide air defense interceptor protection against Japanese night air raids on USAAF airfields. It later served on Okinawa and in Occupied Japan where it was inactivated in 1947. It was reactivated by TAC in 1962 as the 421TFS. Equipped with F-105 Thunderchiefs, it deployed to Southeast Asia and engaged in combat operations over North Vietnam. It returned to the US and was re-equipped with the F-4D Phantom II and returned to Southeast Asia for a second and later third tour of duty in the Vietnam War. It was one of the first USAF Squadrons equipped with the F-16A Fighting Falcon in 1980 and went on to serve in the 1991 Gulf War. This is the gray version of the 421FS patch with the black 'CUT' edge border and does not come with velcro attached. I found these in a Korean embroidery shop and it has that "theater-made" feel to it.

421TFS 'Kiss of Death' Patch 421TFS 'Kiss of Death' Patch
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

The 421st Tactical Fighter Squadron was activated and named a tactical fighter squadron with the 355th Tactical Fighter Wing, George Air Force Base, California. It was equipped with the Republic F-105D Thunderchief, a large heavy supersonic fighter-bomber. This is a reproduction patch and does not come with velcro attached.

     
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