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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaplanr View Post
    I thought the red/white shield with the eagle / falcon was something Polish, but nothing cropped up that I could ID.
    As previously ID'd its a very famous badge of the 16th Air Assault Brigade

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/16_air_assault

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaplanr View Post
    I thought the red/white shield with the eagle / falcon was something Polish, but nothing cropped up that I could ID.
    Hah, yeah me too. The background is pretty much the same as Polish Air Force logo
    [IMG]http://oi42.*******.com/2z8470p.jpg[/IMG]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaplanr View Post
    I thought the red/white shield with the eagle / falcon was something Polish, but nothing cropped up that I could ID.
    As someone above posted, its the 16th Air Assault Brigade (UK), not Polish

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    Quote Originally Posted by wwjs View Post
    Hah, yeah me too. The background is pretty much the same as Polish Air Force logo
    [IMG]http://oi42.*******.com/2z8470p.jpg[/IMG]
    16AA patch is not red and white, but light blue and maroon, have a closer look

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    Default USASOC ACE patch

    Just curious, has the ACE unit patch been depicted anywhere publicly? I don't mean the red USASOC arrowhead, I mean the "company logo" that actually has the unit name written along the top, with the abbreviation "ACE" along the bottom.
    I've been out of the Army for almost 3 years now, but I still live near Ft Bragg, and this week I unexpectedly acquired a pair of polo shirts with "ACE" patches on the upper left chest. If one didn't know what the logo was, the shirts would look like any other embroidered shirt that companies give to their employees, like this:



    I wanted to post pictures of them here for the "fans" but I don't know if the logo itself is still secret. I tried a Google image search for the patches I have, but all I found were the USASOC patch and the older OMFGD3LT4 logo of a sword over a triangle on a blue background.
    Any info? If anyone can post a pic of the logo I'm talking about (to "prove" it's no longer secret), then I'll post pics of the shirts. The logo has more than 2 objects in the foreground, contained within a basic geometric shape, and another geometric shape within the first one.
    Thanks in advance.

    PS: No, the shirts are not for sale!
    PPS: Yes, I am aware of the weight and significance that the patch symbolizes and will never wear them in public, at least not anywhere that matters (maybe inside my house after I take a shower but before I change into my work clothes).
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    If you really had concerns you would have PM'd someone.

    Post the shirt.

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    Do you see the two stains on the left side of the shirt? I believe this shirt was used by the navy seal who shot UBL ...

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    This is their patch, my friend who knows a ACE operator and that's how I know since I asked him to tell me.
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    Within 10 minutes of being posted, that patch will be for sale on every airsoft site in the country.

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    Wow....just....woooww

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    Default Help Identifying a shirt and patch


    My friend and I are having trouble identifying this shirt's era, and country, due to then lack of tags. I have a suspicion that it's American due to the patch. There are what look to be the remnants of ink markings as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bryant View Post

    My friend and I are having trouble identifying this shirt's era, and country, due to then lack of tags. I have a suspicion that it's American due to the patch. There are what look to be the remnants of ink markings as well.
    Eight US Army
    google EUSA. Sorry...just noticed you are asking for uniform ID

    Appears to be US...but not sure....
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    Thank you very much for IDing the patch.
    Last edited by bryant; 03-28-2012 at 06:20 PM.

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    What of authenticity?

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    M1937 US Army wool shirt, worn with the M1937 wool trousers as part of the class A and class B uniforms in ww2. Worn with either a service coat or a field jacket on top. Standard issue field and dress shirt in ww2. It's an original as well.

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