The Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 122, called the "Flying Leathernecks" have a new patch. "Mach Altus" is the name of their mascot which comes from the Mach Number and the Latin word for altitude.
Made famous by their colorful Commander "Pappy" Boyington, the Flying Leathernecks have a rich history going all the way back to 1942.
They have flown Wildcats, Corsair, Crusaders, Phantoms, Hornets, you name it, in the past and now have the F-35B, the Marines Version of the Lightning II.
- Condition: brand new - never worn
- Size: 3.0" diameter
- 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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