USAF Command Pilot Wings Full Size
United States Aviator Badge refers to three types of aviation badges issued by the United States military, those being for Army, Air Force, and Naval aviation. The first United States Aviator Badges were issued to members of the Army Air Corps during the First World War. The badges were issued in three degrees: enlisted, junior officer, and senior officer. The Army Air Corps also issued a badge for balloon pilots, known as the Aeronaut Badge.
During the Second World War, with the rise of the Army Air Forces, a second series of aviator badges was issued to include a design that has survived to the modern day. The Army Air Corps Pilot Badge was issued in three degrees, including Pilot, Senior Pilot, and Command Pilot, and this badge was the predecessor of the modern United States Air Force Pilot Badge. The Enlisted Aviator Badge was eliminated, since the new pilot corps was composed entirely of officers.
Our Regulation Full Size U.S. Air Force Command Pilot Wings Badge is an oxidized silver plated metal badge. This is the same badge that is supplied to the U.S. Air Force and sold in the Air Force Base Exchanges.
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