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U-2 and SR-71 Patch Collection

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The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

SAC Outstanding Field Maintenance Squadron. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

Information needed. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

Patch commemorating the involvement of the U-2 and SR-71 industry team at the International Air Tatoo at RAF Fairford. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

SAC maintenance patch. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

SAC maintenance Crew Chief patch. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

OL-8 AB. Okinawa, Japan, became OL-KA, then OL-RK. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

OL-OH, U-2 operations from RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

9th Organizational Maintenance Squadronat Beale AFBCA. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

Patch was flown on the LA-Washington DC record flight of SR #972. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

Information needed. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

12 patches were made for each of the 12 A-12 (predecessor to the SR-71) pilots Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

Pratt & Whitney patch for the engine guys that did work on SR engines. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

Demo flight patch for ASARS (Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar System) capability for the SR-71 in 1984. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

Patch worn by crew and maintenance from Lockheed and Air Force flight test. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

Patch from Record flights made in the YF-12A on May 1965. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

Patch commemorating the involvement of the U-2 and SR-71 industry team at the International Air Tatoo at RAF Fairford. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

SAC Inspector General Personnel patch. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

SAC maintenance Quality AssuranceEvaluator patch. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

Lockheed Advanced Development Project personnel patch. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

Lockheed Advanced Development Project personnel patch. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

Patch worn by DET 4, 9 SRW at RAF Mildenhall while supporting SR-71 operations. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

Information needed. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

Patch from Record flights made in the YF-12A on May 1965. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

Patch worn by Pilot and RSOs, Habu was the nickname the Okinawians gave the SR-71. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

Information needed. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

U-2 engine upgrade patch. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

Chinese Airforce 35th Sq (CIA/CAF U-2unit). Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

DET3, 9 SRW personnel patch at RAF Akrotiri Cyprus. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

OL-UK, RAF Fairford, U-2 operations from RAF Fairford. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

U-2 maintenance crew at U-Tapao AB during Vietnam War. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

Information needed. Provided by Clyde Adkins

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

Information needed. Provided by TSgt (Ret) Glenn R. Chapman.

The Cold War Museum Patch Collection

Worn by 4028th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron. Provided by TSgt (Ret) Glenn R. Chapman.

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