In July this year, the 60th Fighter Squadron "Fighting Crows" left their home in Florida, to train in a better climate in Vermont, thus avoiding the hurricane season at Elgin AFB.
The 60th Fighter Squadron operates the Lockheed Martin F-35A and apparently are fascinated about how green it is in Vermont.
- Condition: brand new - never worn
- Size: 4.00" diameter
- Hook & Loop backing
- photo not to scale
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Please note that we will ship "First Class International". There will be no returns and once the item leaves our location and the US we have no way of controlling what happens to the item. That being said - we will do our best on our end to make sure you get your patch. Patches are limited collector items. In most cases there are no replacements.
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