USAF F-105 Patches

Tactical Air Command Crest (Original) Tactical Air Command Crest (Original)
Size: 3"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

From the "Bill Ridley" collection, this is an original Tactical Air Command (TAC) Crest patch and does not have velcro attached.

 

Tactical Air Command Crest (Original/Subd) Tactical Air Command Crest (Original/Subd)
Size: 3"
In Stock: >5
Price: $5.99

From the "Bill Ridley" collection, this is the subdued version of an original Tactical Air Command (TAC) Crest patch and does not have velcro attached.

 

Wild Weasel 'YGBSM' (Red/Velcro) Wild Weasel 'YGBSM' (Red/Velcro)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

Wild Weasel is a code name given by the United States Armed Forces, specifically the US Air Force, to an aircraft, of any type, equipped with radar-seeking missiles and tasked with destroying the radars and SAM installations of enemy air defense systems. "The first Wild Weasel success came soon after the first Wild Weasel mission 20 December 1965 when Captains Al Lamb and Jack Donovan took out a site during a Rolling Thunder strike on the railyard at Yen Bai, some 75 miles northwest of Hanoi." The Wild Weasel concept was developed by the United States Air Force in 1965, after the introduction of Soviet SAM missiles and their downing of U.S. strike aircraft over the skies of North Vietnam. This mission was flown by the F-4, F-100, A-4, F-105 and now the F-16 with the F-35 slated to replace them. This is the red version of that historic patch and comes with velcro attached.

 

Wild Weasel 'YGBSM' (Yel-Black/No Velcro) Wild Weasel 'YGBSM' (Yel-Black/No Velcro)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

Wild Weasel is a code name given by the United States Armed Forces, specifically the US Air Force, to an aircraft, of any type, equipped with radar-seeking missiles and tasked with destroying the radars and SAM installations of enemy air defense systems. "The first Wild Weasel success came soon after the first Wild Weasel mission 20 December 1965 when Captains Al Lamb and Jack Donovan took out a site during a Rolling Thunder strike on the railyard at Yen Bai, some 75 miles northwest of Hanoi." The Wild Weasel concept was developed by the United States Air Force in 1965, after the introduction of Soviet SAM missiles and their downing of U.S. strike aircraft over the skies of North Vietnam. This mission was flown by the F-4, F-100, A-4, F-105 and now the F-16 with the F-35 slated to replace them. This is the yellow/black version of that historic patch and does not come with velcro attached.

 

Wild Weasel 'YGBSM' (Yel-Black/Velcro) Wild Weasel 'YGBSM' (Yel-Black/Velcro)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

Wild Weasel is a code name given by the United States Armed Forces, specifically the US Air Force, to an aircraft, of any type, equipped with radar-seeking missiles and tasked with destroying the radars and SAM installations of enemy air defense systems. "The first Wild Weasel success came soon after the first Wild Weasel mission 20 December 1965 when Captains Al Lamb and Jack Donovan took out a site during a Rolling Thunder strike on the railyard at Yen Bai, some 75 miles northwest of Hanoi." The Wild Weasel concept was developed by the United States Air Force in 1965, after the introduction of Soviet SAM missiles and their downing of U.S. strike aircraft over the skies of North Vietnam. This mission was flown by the F-4, F-100, A-4, F-105 and now the F-16 with the F-35 slated to replace them. This is the yellow/black version of that historic patch and does come with velcro attached.

 

Wild Weasel 'YGBSM' (Blue Checkered/No Velcro) Wild Weasel 'YGBSM' (Blue Checkered/No Velcro)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

Wild Weasel is a code name given by the United States Armed Forces, specifically the US Air Force, to an aircraft, of any type, equipped with radar-seeking missiles and tasked with destroying the radars and SAM installations of enemy air defense systems. "The first Wild Weasel success came soon after the first Wild Weasel mission 20 December 1965 when Captains Al Lamb and Jack Donovan took out a site during a Rolling Thunder strike on the railyard at Yen Bai, some 75 miles northwest of Hanoi." The Wild Weasel concept was developed by the United States Air Force in 1965, after the introduction of Soviet SAM missiles and their downing of U.S. strike aircraft over the skies of North Vietnam. This mission was flown by the F-4, F-100, A-4, F-105 and now the F-16 with the F-35 slated to replace them. This is the blue-checkerboard version of that historic patch and does not come with velcro attached.

 

Wild Weasel 'YGBSM' (Blue Checkered/Velcro) Wild Weasel 'YGBSM' (Blue Checkered/Velcro)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

Wild Weasel is a code name given by the United States Armed Forces, specifically the US Air Force, to an aircraft, of any type, equipped with radar-seeking missiles and tasked with destroying the radars and SAM installations of enemy air defense systems. "The first Wild Weasel success came soon after the first Wild Weasel mission 20 December 1965 when Captains Al Lamb and Jack Donovan took out a site during a Rolling Thunder strike on the railyard at Yen Bai, some 75 miles northwest of Hanoi." The Wild Weasel concept was developed by the United States Air Force in 1965, after the introduction of Soviet SAM missiles and their downing of U.S. strike aircraft over the skies of North Vietnam. This mission was flown by the F-4, F-100, A-4, F-105 and now the F-16 with the F-35 slated to replace them. This is the blue-checkerboard version of that historic patch and does come with velcro attached.

 

Wild Weasel 'YGBSM' (Blue-White/No Velcro) Wild Weasel 'YGBSM' (Blue-White/No Velcro)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

Wild Weasel is a code name given by the United States Armed Forces, specifically the US Air Force, to an aircraft, of any type, equipped with radar-seeking missiles and tasked with destroying the radars and SAM installations of enemy air defense systems. "The first Wild Weasel success came soon after the first Wild Weasel mission 20 December 1965 when Captains Al Lamb and Jack Donovan took out a site during a Rolling Thunder strike on the railyard at Yen Bai, some 75 miles northwest of Hanoi." The Wild Weasel concept was developed by the United States Air Force in 1965, after the introduction of Soviet SAM missiles and their downing of U.S. strike aircraft over the skies of North Vietnam. This mission was flown by the F-4, F-100, A-4, F-105 and now the F-16 with the F-35 slated to replace them. This is the blue-white version of that historic patch and does not come with velcro attached.

 

Wild Weasel 'YGBSM' (Blue-White/Velcro) Wild Weasel 'YGBSM' (Blue-White/Velcro)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

Wild Weasel is a code name given by the United States Armed Forces, specifically the US Air Force, to an aircraft, of any type, equipped with radar-seeking missiles and tasked with destroying the radars and SAM installations of enemy air defense systems. "The first Wild Weasel success came soon after the first Wild Weasel mission 20 December 1965 when Captains Al Lamb and Jack Donovan took out a site during a Rolling Thunder strike on the railyard at Yen Bai, some 75 miles northwest of Hanoi." The Wild Weasel concept was developed by the United States Air Force in 1965, after the introduction of Soviet SAM missiles and their downing of U.S. strike aircraft over the skies of North Vietnam. This mission was flown by the F-4, F-100, A-4, F-105 and now the F-16 with the F-35 slated to replace them. This is the blue-white version of that historic patch and does come with velcro attached.

 

Wild Weasel 'YGBSM' (Des/No Velcro) Wild Weasel 'YGBSM' (Des/No Velcro)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

Wild Weasel is a code name given by the United States Armed Forces, specifically the US Air Force, to an aircraft, of any type, equipped with radar-seeking missiles and tasked with destroying the radars and SAM installations of enemy air defense systems. "The first Wild Weasel success came soon after the first Wild Weasel mission 20 December 1965 when Captains Al Lamb and Jack Donovan took out a site during a Rolling Thunder strike on the railyard at Yen Bai, some 75 miles northwest of Hanoi." The Wild Weasel concept was developed by the United States Air Force in 1965, after the introduction of Soviet SAM missiles and their downing of U.S. strike aircraft over the skies of North Vietnam. This mission was flown by the F-4, F-100, A-4, F-105 and now the F-16 with the F-35 slated to replace them. This is the desert version of that historic patch and does not come with velcro attached.

 

Wild Weasel 'YGBSM' (Des/Velcro) Wild Weasel 'YGBSM' (Des/Velcro)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

Wild Weasel is a code name given by the United States Armed Forces, specifically the US Air Force, to an aircraft, of any type, equipped with radar-seeking missiles and tasked with destroying the radars and SAM installations of enemy air defense systems. "The first Wild Weasel success came soon after the first Wild Weasel mission 20 December 1965 when Captains Al Lamb and Jack Donovan took out a site during a Rolling Thunder strike on the railyard at Yen Bai, some 75 miles northwest of Hanoi." The Wild Weasel concept was developed by the United States Air Force in 1965, after the introduction of Soviet SAM missiles and their downing of U.S. strike aircraft over the skies of North Vietnam. This mission was flown by the F-4, F-100, A-4, F-105 and now the F-16 with the F-35 slated to replace them. This is the desert version of that historic patch and does come with velcro attached.

 

13TFS 'Heritage' Squadron Patch (Yellow/Repro) 13TFS 'Heritage' Squadron Patch (Yellow/Repro)
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

This is the "heritage" squadron patch created for the 13th Fighter Squadron that currently flies the F-16 out of Misawa Air Base Japan. The 13th Fighter Squadron "Panther Pack" operates the General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon CJ Block 50 aircraft conducting air superiority missions providing an Offensive and Defensive Counter-Air capabilities, and specialize in the role of Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses (SEAD). They also flew the Republic F-105 Thunderchief and the McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom. This patch does not come with velcro attached.

113TFW 'CUSTODES' Crest (Repro) 113TFW 'CUSTODES' Crest (Repro)
Size: 3.25"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

The 113th Wing is a unit of the District of Columbia ANG, stationed at Joint Base Andrews, Camp Springs, MD. If activated to federal service, the fighter portion of the Wing is gained by the USAF's ACC, while the airlift portion is gained by Air Mobility Command. The 121st Fighter Squadron, assigned to the wing's 113th Operations Group, is a descendant organization of the 121st Observation Squadron, established on 10 July 1940. It is one of the National Guard observation squadrons formed before World War II. During the Vietnam Conflict, the 113TFW flew both the F-105 Thunderchief, then the F-4 Phantom. This unit has a very distinguished legacy of proud combat aviation. This patch does not come with velcro attached.

 

116th Tactical Fighter Wing Crest (Original) 116th Tactical Fighter Wing Crest (Original)
Size: 4" High
In Stock: >5
Price: $14.99

The 116th Tactical Fighter Wing has a very long and spectacular history serving the USAF during WWII, Korea, Vietnam to the current engagements. This patch is from the late Vietnam era til they transitioned out of Fighters (F-100, F-4s, F-15Cs) to the B-1B Lancer. This is an original patch, not some reproduction. They were found (in very limited supplies) in a trunk at the squadron during their 75th Anniversary celebration in July 2016. Get one while they last, as these originals will be gone soon. This patch does not come with velcro attached.

116th Tactical Fighter Wing Crest (Original/Subd) 116th Tactical Fighter Wing Crest (Original/Subd)
Size: 4" High
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

The 116th Tactical Fighter Wing has a very long and spectacular history serving the USAF during WWII, Korea, Vietnam to the current engagements. This patch is from the late Vietnam era til they transitioned out of Fighters (F-100, F-4s, F-15Cs) to the B-1B Lancer. This is an original patch, not some reproduction. They were found (in very limited supplies) in a trunk at the squadron during their 75th Anniversary celebration in July 2016. Get one while they last, as these originals will be gone soon. This patch does not come with velcro attached.

121TFS 'Shield' (Blue/Repro) 121TFS 'Shield' (Blue/Repro)
Size: 3.25"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

The 113th Wing is a unit of the District of Columbia ANG, stationed at Joint Base Andrews, Camp Springs, MD. If activated to federal service, the fighter portion of the Wing is gained by the USAF's ACC, while the airlift portion is gained by Air Mobility Command. The 121st Fighter Squadron, assigned to the wing's 113th Operations Group, is a descendant organization of the 121st Observation Squadron, established on 10 July 1940. It is one of the National Guard observation squadrons formed before World War II. During the Vietnam Conflict, the 113TFW flew both the F-105 Thunderchief, then the F-4 Phantom. This unit has a very distinguished legacy of proud combat aviation. This patch does not come with velcro attached.

 

128th Fighter Squadron (Original) 128th Fighter Squadron Crest (Original)
Size: 4" High
In Stock: >5
Price: $14.99

The wartime 840th Bombardment Squadron was re-activated and re-designated as the 128th Fighter Squadron, and was allotted to the Georgia Air National Guard, on 24 May 1946. It was organized at Marietta Army Airfield, Georgia, and was extended federal recognition on 20 August 1946 by the National Guard Bureau. The 128th Fighter Squadron was entitled to the history, honors, and colors of the 840th Bombardment Squadron. The squadron was equipped with F-47N Thunderbolts and was temporarily assigned to the 54th Fighter Wing on 20 August, then permanently to the 116th Fighter Group on 9 September 1946. The 116th Fighter Group consisted of the 128th and the 158th Fighter Squadron at Chatam Army Airfield, near Savannah. As part of the Continental Air Command Fourteenth Air Force, the unit trained for tactical fighter missions and air-to-air combat. This is an original patch, not some reproduction. They were found (in very limited supplies) in a trunk at the squadron during their 75th Anniversary celebration in July 2016. Get one while they last, as these originals will be gone soon. This patch does not come with velcro attached.

128TFS F-105G Wild Weasel Patch (Red/White/Original) 128TFS F-105G Wild Weasel Patch (Red/White/Original)
Size: 4" High
In Stock: >5
Price: $14.99

The wartime 840th Bombardment Squadron was re-activated and re-designated as the 128th Fighter Squadron, and was allotted to the Georgia Air National Guard, on 24 May 1946. It was organized at Marietta Army Airfield, Georgia, and was extended federal recognition on 20 August 1946 by the National Guard Bureau. The 128th Fighter Squadron was entitled to the history, honors, and colors of the 840th Bombardment Squadron. The squadron was equipped with F-47N Thunderbolts and was temporarily assigned to the 54th Fighter Wing on 20 August, then permanently to the 116th Fighter Group on 9 September 1946. The 116th Fighter Group consisted of the 128th and the 158th Fighter Squadron at Chatam Army Airfield, near Savannah. As part of the Continental Air Command Fourteenth Air Force, the unit trained for tactical fighter missions and air-to-air combat. This is an original patch, not some reproduction. They were found (in very limited supplies) in a trunk at the squadron during their 75th Anniversary celebration in July 2016. Get one while they last, as these originals will be gone soon. This patch does not come with velcro attached.

128TFS F-105G Wild Weasel Zap/Sticker 128TFS F-105G Wild Weasel Zap/Sticker
Size: 3.5"
In Stock: >5
Price: $4.99

This is the zap/sticker/decal for the above patch. I only have a few of them, so get them quick. They come out of the Bill Ridley Collection.

GA ANG 'Climb-to-8' History Book GA ANG 'Climb-to-8' History Book
In Stock: >5
Price: $29.99

This book titled "Climb to 8 and Wait" written by Josh Batchelder (85 year old member of the 116th Fighter Wing) was present at the 75th Anniversary of the 128th Fighter Squadron in July 2016. I was able to work a deal with him to put his book on the website, offering this to you. It will be shipped from him personally and can autograph it for you, if you wish for one. This opportunity may not be around long, so get one while you can. Please allow me a few weeks to get him to sign and send it to you.

GA ANG '1941-2000' History Book GA ANG '1941-2000' History Book
In Stock: >5
Price: $49.99

This book titled "GEORGIA AIR NATIONAL GUARD" written by Colonel Ridley was presented by the 128th Fighter Squadron at their 75th Anniversary celebration in July 2016. I was able to work a deal with the squadron to put this blue, leather-bound book on the website, offering this to you. It will be shipped from the squadron for you and this opportunity may not be around long because only a few were left, so get one while you can. Please allow me a few weeks to get the "Snack-O" to send it to you.

354TFS (Triangle/Old) 354TFS (Triangle/Old)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $8.99

This is the squadron patch for the 354th Tactical Fighter Squadron that flew the F-94 Sstarfires and later, the F-86 Sabres in Vietnam flying over 400 missions in their FIRST MONTH in country! They now call Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ home and fly the venerable A-10 Warthog. This patch has the "old" feel about it and does not have velcro attached.

421FS Sqdn (Gray/Merrowed) 421FS Sqdn (Gray/Merrowed)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

The 421FS is part of the 388FW at Hill Air Force Base, UT. It operates the Block 40 General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft conducting air superiority missions. The squadron is one of the most decorated fighter squadrons in the USAF, being awarded 3 Presidential Unit Citations and 7 Air Force Outstanding Unit Awards for Valor in Combat. The unit was originally formed as the 421st Night Fighter Squadron in 1943. After training, it was deployed to Fifth Air Force and ordered to New Guinea to provide air defense interceptor protection against Japanese night air raids on USAAF airfields. It later served on Okinawa and in Occupied Japan where it was inactivated in 1947. It was reactivated by TAC in 1962 as the 421TFS. Equipped with F-105 Thunderchiefs, it deployed to Southeast Asia and engaged in combat operations over North Vietnam. It returned to the US and was re-equipped with the F-4D Phantom II and returned to Southeast Asia for a second and later third tour of duty in the Vietnam War. It was one of the first USAF Squadrons equipped with the F-16A Fighting Falcon in 1980 and went on to serve in the 1991 Gulf War. This is the gray version of the 421FS patch with the black merrowed border and does not come with velcro attached.

421FS Sqdn (Gray/'Cut' Edge/K) 421FS Sqdn (Gray/'Cut' Edge/K)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

The 421FS is part of the 388FW at Hill Air Force Base, UT. It operates the Block 40 General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft conducting air superiority missions. The squadron is one of the most decorated fighter squadrons in the USAF, being awarded 3 Presidential Unit Citations and 7 Air Force Outstanding Unit Awards for Valor in Combat. The unit was originally formed as the 421st Night Fighter Squadron in 1943. After training, it was deployed to Fifth Air Force and ordered to New Guinea to provide air defense interceptor protection against Japanese night air raids on USAAF airfields. It later served on Okinawa and in Occupied Japan where it was inactivated in 1947. It was reactivated by TAC in 1962 as the 421TFS. Equipped with F-105 Thunderchiefs, it deployed to Southeast Asia and engaged in combat operations over North Vietnam. It returned to the US and was re-equipped with the F-4D Phantom II and returned to Southeast Asia for a second and later third tour of duty in the Vietnam War. It was one of the first USAF Squadrons equipped with the F-16A Fighting Falcon in 1980 and went on to serve in the 1991 Gulf War. This is the gray version of the 421FS patch with the black 'CUT' edge border and does not come with velcro attached. I found these in a Korean embroidery shop and it has that "theater-made" feel to it.

F-105 100 Missions (N. Viet) Shield F-105 100 Missions (N. Viet) Shield
Size: 3"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

This is the shield-shaped F-105 patch created for those who flew 100 missions over North Vietnam worn to depict their experience level. This patch does not come with velcro attached.

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