Another AStan Made Patch Help with Identification Please

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    Another AStan Made Patch Help with Identification Please

    Post by kriegsmodell on Thu Sep 15, 2011 9:36 am


    Here is another one that I am stuck on. Came from the same source as the Multi-Cam Nous Defions. A really good source for USSF and other SOF insignia made in Afghanistan. Have had this for probably six months and with no luck in determining who may have worn it. Again nothing really fancy, black "Crusader" helm with sword and wing on white. This patch is NOT velcro backed, rather it has the typical thin white applied cloth that is seen on so many of these theatre made patches. To me the design has a bit of a French look. Perhaps it is the wing that gives it that appearance. Or perhaps I'm way off!!





    Thanks for looking and as always any thoughts or comments are most appreciated ........


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