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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