BTW....http://www.incountry.us/cappatches/gallery.html has a partial gallery of CAP squadron patches.
I kinda like these *cough* my squadron *cough* For those of you who don't know, the one on the right is the "subdued" one we use for BDU's.
I started to search the web for squadron patches that were well designed and met USAF heraldry guidelines for squadrons
The glider is an important part of the history of our unit. Whether or not we still have it is irrelevant.
If I was more than just slightly awake I could recite the blazon for this patch
Quote from: fyrfitrmedic on January 21, 2006, 02:53:08 AMIf I was more than just slightly awake I could recite the blazon for this patch Interesting! Where does the "1001" come from? First four of the old five digit charter numbers?
Nice - saw Maj. Younger wearing that or something similiar down in Katrina.
OK - now I am confused. You say this is >your< unit's insignia?Maj. Owen Younger was one of the IC's down at Katrina, and was wearing that patch as well. Even if he was a wall flowere before (which he doesn't appear to be, I would think he received some visibility when he got back and since.You really aren't aware of him?