Flying Tigers 23rd Fighter Group Jacket - Brown
Flying Tigers Leather Jacket
Up until the end of 1941, the American Volunteer Group was an all-volunteer fighter squadron who fought the Japanese in China, known throughout the world as The Flying Tigers! Absorbed into the Army Air Force on July 4th, 1942, the 23rd Fighter Group was the official new name for the AVG, but kept their nom de guerre The Flying Tigers. This Flying Tigers 23rd Fighter Group Jacket is in our large collection of historical military jackets at Aviator Mercantile Post.
A blood chit is a notice carried by military personnel and addressed to any civilians who may come across an armed-services member such as a shot-down pilot in difficulties.1
- 100% horsehide leather
- Cotton poplin lining in russet
- Authentic left chest Flying Tigers patch
- Left sleeve bullion representing China Burma
- 14th Air Force bullion badge on the right sleeve
- Leather applique blood chit on the back
- Beautifully tailored pocket detail
- Two front flap hidden snap pockets
- Quality knit cuffs and waistband
- This is a regular fit jacket
- Proudly made in the USA
- Color: Brown
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Given the demand of these items, we will promptly notify you if your size is back-ordered. In such cases, please expect delivery within 2-3 weeks. Should it take longer we will advise you personally. We appreciate your patience as we rush to produce. Know that we produce the best quality flight apparel and want to make sure you are satisfied.
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- Brand: cockpit usa
- Product Code: Z21V60
- Availability: In Stock