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Crew Caps

High quality cotton flight crew baseball caps that bring the history of aviation to Life with authentic and historically accurate markings.

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Sierra Hotel Patches

Sierra Hotel Aeronautics (SHA) Phonetic abbreviation for “Sh#t Hot", The highest praise; the pilot’s all-purpose expression of approval from fellow aviators. Wearing Sierra Hotel patch on your flight suit, jacket, or flight bag, it is a declaration of your personal PURSUIT of aeronautical excellence.

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Chemtrail Flight Crew Cap

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Aircraft Markings

The world's largest collection of technically accurate military and civilian aircraft marking vinyl cut decals

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SR-71 Blackbird HABU Cap

SR-71 Blackbird HABU Cap

On some Pacific Islands, there exists a deadly, black venomous pit viper called the Habu.  When the top secret brainchild of Kelly Johnson and the Skunk Works, none other than the worlds fastest air breathing aircraft, the A-12, and later SR-71s first flew into their remote base of Kadena AFB, Okinawa, the local people couldn’t help but notice the strange and menacing shape thundering in the sky.  The Titanium monster came to be known as Habu, as did the crews that flew her

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Bandit Crew Cap

Bandit Crew Cap

An Aggressor or adversary squadron (in the US Navy and USMC) is squadron that is trained to act as an opposing force in military war-games. Aggressor squadrons use enemy tactics, techniques, and procedures to give a realistic simulation of air combat (as opposed to training against one's own forces). Since it is impractical to use actual enemy aircraft and equipment, surrogate aircraft are used to emulate potential adversaries. The first formal use of dissimilar aircraft for training was in 1968 by the Navy Fighter Weapon Training School (better known as "TOPGUN") 

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B-52 BUFF Cap

B-52 BUFF Cap

All these years later, the B-52 is alive and very well, and will remain in service long after the B-2 and B-1 bombers have retired to the boneyards, once again proving to be ageless in her reign, the Buff is still smoking its 8 engines, and flexing her massive wings around the world!

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We are a composite of many levels of active and retired aviation personnel, a collective of aeronauts, so to speak. A network of Veterans, Military and Civilian Flight Crews, Instructors, Engineers, Ground crews, Maintainers, Astronauts, Aviation photographers, Air show performers, Announcers, Controllers, and aviation personnel of all types. We are aeronautically speaking, greater than the sum of our parts

We celebrate the honor and valor of all those who have carried aviation through the years, allowing us to reach ever higher. We welcome you to share in our passion and celebration of the gift given to us through the commitment, struggles and sacrifices of all those aviators that have come before us.

Our mission is to tell the great tales of aviation’s history, honour the memories of past aviators, the aircraft they flew, and the missions they were assigned. Our Museum Line of vintage aviation T-shirts and vintage aviation clothing, brings life to the history of flight and allows the wearer to tell the tale.