VFA-34 "BLUE BLASTER" Patches

VFA-34 Tailfin (400 on Top) VFA-34 Tailfin (400 on Top)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $9.99

This is another AV8RSTUFF creation of the VFA-34 "Blue Blasters" F-18 Tailfin. It shows their mascot logo on the tail, with "400" at the top. This patch does not come with velcro.

VA-34 Squadron Patch VA-34 Squadron Patch
Size: 6"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

Receiving their first A-6E Intruders in April 1970, the squadron had already been using this patch design since 1966. They were transitioned to the F/A-18C Hornet in late 1996 after return from their Med cruise aboard the USS Washington in CVW-17. They are now based at NAS Oceana, VA. Notice the Landing Signal Officer (LSO), with "paddles", on face of skull.

VFA-34 Squadron Patch VFA-34 Blue Blasters Squadron Patch
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

Receiving their first A-6E Intruders in April 1970, the squadron had already been using this patch design since 1966. They were transitioned to the F/A-18C Hornet in late 1996 after return from their Med cruise aboard the USS Washington in CVW-17. They are now based at NAS Oceana, VA. Notice the Landing Signal Officer (LSO), with "paddles", on face of skull. The design was changed to a more uniform shape that most Hornet squadrons are now adhering to.

VFA-34 Squadron Patch (Gray) VFA-34 Blue Blasters Squadron Patch (Gray)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $8.99

Receiving their first A-6E Intruders in April 1970, the squadron had already been using this patch design since 1966. They were transitioned to the F/A-18C Hornet in late 1996 after return from their Med cruise aboard the USS Washington in CVW-17. They are now based at NAS Oceana, VA. Notice the Landing Signal Officer (LSO), with "paddles", on face of skull. The design was changed to a more uniform shape that most Hornet squadrons are now adhering to. This is the "subdued" gray version worn on the desert flight suits.

VFA-34 'Fighting 34' Skull Patch (White) VFA-34 'Fighting 34' Skull Patch (White)
Size: 4 3/4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $9.99

Receiving their first A-6E Intruders in April 1970, the squadron had already been using this patch design since 1966. They were transitioned to the F/A-18C Hornet in late 1996 after return from their Med cruise aboard the USS Washington in CVW-17. They are now based at NAS Oceana, VA. Notice the Landing Signal Officer (LSO), with "paddles", on face of skull. This is a "throwback" design to the early days of US Navy Fighters.....

VFA-34 Aircraft 'Bullet' Patch VFA-34 Aircraft 'Bullet' Patch
Size: 3"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

The "Blue Blasters" received their first A-6E Intruders in April 1970. They were transitioned to the F/A-18C Hornet in late 1996 after return from their Med cruise aboard the USS Washington in CVW-17.

VFA-34 Aircraft 'Bullet' (Gray) VFA-34 Aircraft 'Bullet' (Gray)
Size: 3"
In Stock: >5
Price: $7.99

The "Blue Blasters" received their first A-6E Intruders in April 1970. They were transitioned to the F/A-18C Hornet in late 1996 after return from their Med cruise aboard the USS Washington in CVW-17. This is the "subdued" gray version of the aircraft bullet they wear on their desert flight suits.

VFA-34 Aircraft 'Bullet' (Des) VFA-34 Aircraft 'Bullet' (Des)
Size: 3"
In Stock: >5
Price: $8.99

The "Blue Blasters" received their first A-6E Intruders in April 1970. They were transitioned to the F/A-18C Hornet in late 1996 after return from their Med cruise aboard the USS Washington in CVW-17. This is the desert version of the aircraft bullet they wear on their desert flight suits.

VFA-34 Joker Patch (Blue/White) VFA-34 Joker Patch (Blue/White)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $8.99

This is the blue/white version of the "Friday" patch for the VFA-34 Blue Blasters worn only by the aircrew. It shows their 'mascot' (a joker) wielding an instrument of destruction. According to 'The Hook' (Tailhook's magazine), the VFA-34 "Friday" patch with the joker on the cards is VF-20s WW II first cruise (1944) insignia.

VFA-34 Joker Patch (Color) VFA-34 Joker Patch (Color)
Size: 4"
In Stock: >5
Price: $8.99

This is the multi-colored version of the "Friday" patch for the VFA-34 Blue Blasters worn only by the aircrew. It shows their 'mascot' (a joker) wielding an instrument of destruction. According to 'The Hook' (Tailhook's magazine), the VFA-34 "Friday" patch with the joker on the cards is VF-20s WW II first cruise (1944) insignia.

 

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