Tornado 617SQN - Sweat Shirt £40.00
617 Squadron We celebrate this famous squadron with a Tornado GR4, squadron badge and motto. The badge appears on a roundel, a wall in fesse, fractured by three flashes of lightning in pile and issuant from the breach water proper. This was approved by King George VI in March 1944 after the successful attack on the dams in May 1943, known as operation 'Chastise'. After the Second World War the Squadron received Lincolns followed by Canberra's in 1952. In 1982 the Tornado GR1 entered service with 617, in a maritime role at Lossiemouth. The GR4 took over and saw active service in the first Gulf War during operation 'Telic.' Sweat Shirts are made from 80% ringspun cotton and 20% polyester. Comfortable to wear at 280gsm with ribbed collar, cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.
No.74 Fighter Squadron - Sweat Shirt £38.00
No.74 Fighter Squadron No.74 Training Squadron started operational life in 1917, but was reformed as a Royal Flying Corps Fighter Squadron in 1918 and moved onto the Western Front. In combat, the Squadron developed a fierce reputation with a tiger-like aggression. A spirit that has stayed with this Squadron until it was disbanded in 2000. Famous pilots from the First War include Mick Mannock, Taffy Jones and Sydney Carlin. This design has been given a deliberate aged and 'weathered' appearance. Sweat Shirts are made from 80% ringspun cotton and 20% polyester. Comfortable to wear at 280gsm with ribbed collar, cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.
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