Very interesting Heritage Patch partial embroidered and partial leather!
Way before the 131FS, there was the 333rd Fighter Squadron flying P-39's then P-51's in the Pacific during WW2.
In 1946 the 333rd became the 131st and was allotted to the Massachusetts Air National Guard.
And in 2021 the 131st made this Patch to commemorate their heritage with Squadron Flight shop, and this is how we ended up with it.
- Embroidered / Leather
- Condition: brand new
- Hook & Loop backing, individually packaged
- Size: 4.15" diameter / 4.60" overall diameter (with spikes)
To verify authenticity or if you are in a squadron and want to put in a mass order please check the "Squadron Flight Shop" .
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