IT IS BACK! IT IS BETTER!
F-35B Lighting II shaped patch made for the Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 122, called the "Flying Leathernecks". The writing on the ailerons say "Mach Altus" (a detail only achievable in PVC) which is the name of their mascot. "Mach" is from the Mach number and "Altus" means high or altitude in Latin.
The Eagle, Globe, and Anchor now glow in the dark!
- Condition: brand new - never worn
- Size: 4.0" long x 2.95" wingspan
- Hook-and-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".
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