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Eighth Air Force – Emblem (World War II)


Eighth Air Force – Emblem (World War II). The unit was Established on 22 February 1944. It is a small round patch / emblem used to wear on left schoulder.

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Eighth Air Force – Emblem / Patch (World War II)

Established on 22 February 1944 by the redesignation of VIII Bomber Command at RAF Daws Hill in High Wycombe, England, the Eighth Army Air Force (8 AAF) was a United States Army Air Forces combat air force in the European Theater of World War II (1939/41–1945), engaging in operations primarily in the Northern Europe area of responsibility; carrying out strategic bombing of enemy targets in France, the Low Countries, and Germany;[3] and engaging in air-to-air fighter combat against enemy aircraft until the German capitulation in May 1945. It was the largest of the deployed combat Army Air Forces in numbers of personnel, aircraft, and equipment.

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Weight 3 g
Dimensions 6.5 × 6.5 cm