I have two current-style USAF service dress coats for officers (with sleeve braid and epaulets) available. Both were lightly used. Both have USAF certification numbers. Perfect for cadets or senior members.
1. 38L / 38 Long: This one seems true to size. $40 + $15 to ship
2. 42L / 42 Long: This one seems to have been taken-in in the chest, may be closer to a 41L. $40 + $15 to ship
First to sell comes with free set of "U.S." officer collar brass cutouts, if wanted.
Happy to take measurements of either upon request. Will ship in a USPS Priority Flat Rate Medium box at cost for $15 anywhere domestically (happy to also charge at-cost for international shipping if needed).
Last post by Stonewall - July 03, 2020, 03:04:48 pm
I know Nick from Texas Wing had the Air Force Senior Security Forces function (AFSC) badge made by Kel-Lac near Lackland AFB a few years ago (2016) and it looks pretty good. I don't believe they advertise it, but he gave them a description and the did it up right nice.
Tactical Gear is amazing, and they have really good sales. If there's something I need, but not in a hurry, I watch their email newsletter for a few weeks until a sale on that brand comes around, and I can usually beat Amazon's price, and during COVID when Amazon was taking two weeks to deliver, when I needed something in a hurry not only was Tactical Gear cheaper but got it to me in a couple of days.
I received a couple of messages asking for referral coupons for Tactical Gear. You can request them from me that way, but you have to include your e-mail address because that's where the referral link/coupon goes.
It gives you $10 off your first order at TacticalGear.com. They have Tru-Spec Grey BDU pants that can be worn with the polo combination, blue BDUs from Propper/Tru-Spec, ABUs, fleece jackets, blue Gore-Tex parkas, and flight suits. They also have boots and various equipment.
We also get a $10 credit for each person that uses one, so that helps us put uniforms on cadets.
Just send me a message with your e-mail address, and I'll send you the referral coupon through their website.
As an aside, thanks for pointing out these new documents. I'm especially interested in:
S71-1 Jun 20 Aircrew Training, Airplane
I wish they would change the name. The first half of it is about teaching primary student pilots from start to solo. Its a good syllabus, that along with other information, provides a base to get a student to solo. It only covers eight lessons, but some skills would have to be practiced until the proficiency needed for solo. So it might take more than eight hours.