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This item was designed by a veteran. PAWS FOR VETERANS Inc. is a community-based organization whose mission is to provide dogs to be trained as Psychiatric Service Dogs to aide in the rehabilitation of Veterans struggling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Paws for Veterans covers the cost for the dogs, trainers, vests and identification badges. Your purchase will help us continue our work. Continue reading →
A very cool shirt showing the C17 sitting on the tarmac on the back and making a hard turn on the front. This C17 is from the 729th Airlift Squadron out of March ARB in California, part of the 452d AMW. Continue reading →
B-17 Flying Fortress Bomber World War Two USAAF Vintage Aircraft The B-17 Flying Fortress served in every World War II combat zone, but is best known for daylight strategic bombing of German industrial targets. WWII United States Army Air Forces / Army Air Corps Aircraft. Historic photos of fighters, bombers, transports, trainers, cargo, helicopters, observation and flying boat airplanes used by the Air Force. Continue reading →
The North American F-86 Sabre was the primary air-to-air jet fighter used by the USAF in the Korean War. Though not officially documented, several people involved in the development of the F-86 claimed that the North American test pilot George Welch was actually the first to break the sound barrier while executing a dive during its first test flight on October 1, 1947, 14 days before Chuck Yeager's well document supersonic flight in the Bell X-1.Photo taken during the 2007 Cleveland National Air Show.Burke Lakefront Airport, Cleveland, OH.September 1, 2007. Continue reading →
This is a must have for any proud Air Force mom! Great to wear for your child's Air Force Basic Training graduation or any other time to show off how proud you are!
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