Starting to run out! Only a couple left...
The Lockheed Martin U-2 "Dragon Lady" Spyplane is still going strong. In fact the USAF has no plans to retire the U-2. They have been flying since 1955.
As with most black aircraft patches we get our hands on, we don't know exactly what this patch was made for and we don't ask any questions either.
What we know is they came through Nellis AFB (and obviously ran into Rick from Squadron Flight Shop)
Also, they have used Snoopy on their patches in the past, so they are obviously carrying on with that tradition.
It probably one of our favorite patches!
- Condition: brand new - never worn
- Size: 3.50" diameter
- Hook & Loop backing
- photo not to scale
To verify authenticity or if you are in a squadron and want to put in a mass order please check the "Squadron Flight Shop".
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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