British WW2 Royal Air Force Wings
British Royal Air Force Pilots Padded Wings as issued during World War Two.
Aircrew brevets or wings are to this day awarded by the RAF after completion of a significant stage of flying training, and are worn on the left breast. These are the WW2 pilots variants, with the letters ‘RAF’ embroidered inside a brown wreath beneath the King’s crown, with a swift's wing on each side.
They are embroidered on a navy blue padded backing and measure approximately 12.5 cm from wingtip to wingtip.
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