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This is a patch from way back. The HMH-363 (Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron) received its designation after the Vietnam war when they started operating CH-53's and supported several missions (many of them in the desert, from where we think this patch is from) until getting deactivated in 2012. They were later re-designated VMM-363 and activated as a tilt-rotor squadron.
- brand new, never worn
- Patch does not have velcro backing
- Size: 3.75" tall x 3.00" wide
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