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    Interesting Iraqi Army Aviation Command Advisor Patch

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    Post by kriegsmodell Fri Jul 20, 2012 9:22 pm




    This is an Operation New Dawn period patch sent home to me by a friend who was serving in-theate. Unusual and interesting shaped patch and design for the Iraqi Army Aviation Command Advisors. Alternating "spokes" have helicopter designs and Army Aviation missions from the top clockwise: Air Assault - MEDEVAC - Gnd (ground) Attack - SPEC OPS - and ISR. Center has jawless skull design. All of the text is in native tongue as well as English.


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    Close-up view of the center design. Thanks for looking!



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