VA-27 Patches

 
VA-27 'Historical' Sqdn (Round/K) VA-27 'Historical' Sqdn (Round/K)
Size: 4.25"
In Stock: >5
Price: $8.99

(Korean-made) The squadron was commissioned Attack Squadron 27 (VA-27) on 1 September 1967 flying the A-7 Corsair II, and in January 1968, the squadron officially reported to Carrier Air Wing 14. In May 1968, as the Vietnam War continued, they departed for their first combat deployment aboard USS Constellation. On 28 June 1968, the squadron flew its first combat sortie, striking targets in the panhandle region of North Vietnam. The squadron's insignia was approved by the Chief of Naval Operations on 25 March 1968, and consisted of a light blue glove and black mace. They were nicknamed the "Royal Mace". This patch was found in a small Korean patch shop and does not come with velcro attached.

VA-27 Squadron Patch (Repro/Blue) VA-27 Squadron Patch (Repro/Blue)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

The Royal Maces were commissioned Attack Squadron 27 (VA-27) on September 1, 1967 flying the A-7 Corsair II, and in January 1968, the squadron officially reported to Carrier Air Wing 14. In May 1968, as the Vietnam War continued, the Royal Maces departed for their first combat deployment aboard USS Constellation (CVA-64). On 28 Jun 1968, the squadron flew its first combat sortie, striking targets in the panhandle region of North Vietnam. For further history of the squadron, you can find it online......this is a reproduction of their 1960's era patch.

VA-27 A-7E 'Bullet' Patch (Repro/Blue) VA-27 A-7E 'Bullet' Patch (Repro/Blue)
Size: 3"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

The Royal Maces were commissioned Attack Squadron 27 (VA-27) on September 1, 1967 flying the A-7 Corsair II, and in January 1968, the squadron officially reported to Carrier Air Wing 14. In May 1968, as the Vietnam War continued, the Royal Maces departed for their first combat deployment aboard USS Constellation (CVA-64). On 28 Jun 1968, the squadron flew its first combat sortie, striking targets in the panhandle region of North Vietnam. For further history of the squadron, you can find it online......this is a reproduction of their 1960's A-7E aircraft "bullet" patch.

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