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    What Does This Mean?

    Does anyone Know what this represents?



    Taa.

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    winged, two legged, four eyed box with a lawn mower blade.

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    ^Have a red!


































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    At the risk of sounding obvious , a Huey helicopter landing somewhere dusty ?

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    A helicopter with wings.

    Could be something to do with flying helicopters.

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    US Air Force Air Asault Badge - Vietnam War?

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    This is a vietnam war medal, looks similar

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    US Air Force Air Asault Badge - Vietnam War - This is a set of US Air Force Air Assault Badge. Clutch back construction. Issued to cadets who completed Air Assault school. The Army employed the same badge, which could be transferred between armed services.

    The design consisted of the front face of a helicopter with two wings protruding out each side. The reverse of the badge shows manufacturing markings. This pin is currently being reproduced as a novelty. Usually the rear markings will not be present on the replicas.


    Vietnam War Military Medals Price Guide - MilitaryItems.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzy Bob
    US Air Force Air Asault Badge
    Cheers, you know your stuff.

    Thanks for that.

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    Air Assault
    Information about the Air Assault Badge


    Posted Sunday, October 23, 2005
    I. DESCRIPTION: An oxidized silver badge 3/4 inch in height and 1 17/32 inches in width, consisting of a helicopter, frontal view, superimposed upon a pair of stylized wings displayed and curving inward

    II. SYMBOLISM: The wings suggest flight and together with the helicopter symbolize individual skills and qualifications in assault landings utilizing the helicopter.
    III. AWARD ELIGIBILITY: Awarded by commanders of divisions and separate brigades to individuals who satisfactorily complete an air assault training course in accordance with the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command’s Standardized Air Assault Core Program of Instruction. Also authorized for any individual who has satisfactorily completed the Standard Air Assault Course when assigned or attached to the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) since 1 April 1974.
    IV. DATE APPROVED: The Air Assault Badge was approved by the Chief of Staff, Army, on 18 January 1978, for Army-wide wear by individuals who successfully completed Air Assault training after 1 April 1974. The badge had previously been approved as the Airmobile Badge authorized for local wear by the Commander of the 101st Airborne Division, effective 1 April 1974.

    V. SUBDUED BADGE: Subdued badges are authorized in metal and cloth. The metal badge is black. The cloth badge is of olive drab base cloth with design elements embroidered in black.
    VI. MINIATURE BADGES: A miniature badge, 7/16 inch in height and 7/8 inch in width is authorized


    Air Assault (ArmyStudyGuide.com)

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    If you put a body on it, it could be a star wars character.

    Anyone want to give it a go in photoshop?

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    Is it one of yours noodles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    Is it one of yours noodles?
    It was in one of the drawers of a desk I bought from someone.

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    I was curious as to what it was, anyway, I think I will stick it on a t-shirt and head off down to Pataya to tell everyone in the bar that I'm SAS.

    I should fit in nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles
    I should fit in nicely.
    it will be the shaven head , tatoos and chang singlet that will seal the deal

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles
    I think I will stick it on a t-shirt and head off down to Pataya to tell everyone in the bar that I'm SAS. I should fit in nicely.
    SAS with English accent might fool em but wearing a US military badge to prove it! Expect a major ass whuppin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick
    it will be the shaven head , tatoos and chang singlet that will seal the deal
    Yep, though I'm mostly sporting a Red Bull singlet these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles View Post
    I was curious as to what it was, anyway, I think I will stick it on a t-shirt and head off down to Pataya to tell everyone in the bar that I'm SAS.

    I should fit in nicely.
    Fanciful...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton
    SAS with English accent might fool em but wearing a US military badge to prove it! Expect a major ass whuppin
    I would not have thought the ladyboys were that discerning

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles
    tell everyone in the bar that I'm SAS.
    I thought you were, or haven't you done that troll yet

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    I think I may have done it on thaivisa once under another name.

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