RAF Bomb Aimers Wing
Reproduction Royal Air Force Bomb Aimers Wing Patch.
An aircrew brevet (or badge) is a badge worn on the left breast, above any medal ribbons, by qualified aircrew of the Royal Air Force.
These brevets were introduced in 1942, when the role of Observer was split into two; Navigator and Bomb Aimer. They were responsible for the targeting of aerial bombs. Often they would have a defensive turret to operate and would often pilot the aircraft during the bombing run.
They feature the B initial flanked by a brown wreath, alongside the white wing on a dark blue background.
Great reproduction brevets of WW2 RAF Bombardiers.
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