RAF Signallers Wing

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WW2 Royal Air Force Signaller Wing

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Reproduction Royal Air Force Signallers 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 1944, a year after the role was split off from that of Air Gunner. An Air Signaller is a person trained to communicate between the aircraft, its base and units in the area of operation, usually by radio.

They feature the S initial flanked by a brown wreath, alongside the white wing on a dark blue background. 

Great reproduction brevets of WW2 RAF Signallers.


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