US Naval Aviator Wings Plaque
The Naval Aviator Insignia is a warfare qualification of the United States military that is awarded to those aviators of the United States Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard who have qualified as Naval Aviators. The Naval Aviator insignia is identical for all three branches, as are the similar Naval Astronaut and Naval Flight Officer badges.
This wing plaque is made from mahogany wood natural painted and has two custom Nameplates. This wing insignia is first made by Bailey, Banks, and Biddle of Philadelphia, Pa., were received by the navy in December 1917 and issued early in the following year. In Article 262, under “Naval Aviator’s Device” the title of the paragraph was changed to read “Naval Aviation Insignia” and the first sentence read: “Insignia to be worn on the left breast by qualified naval
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