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US Navy Top Gun Plane Patch

€6,00 
EAN-

Patch with thermo-adhesive back

Measures 9 x 7 cm

Application

  • The patch can be sewn (recommended) or heat-applied with a hot iron following these directions:
  • heat the part where to apply the patch
  • place the patch and cover it with a damp cloth
  • bring the iron to a high temperature
  • iron by applying pressure for about 15-20 seconds with the iron

The United States Navy Fighter Weapons School, commonly referred to as Top Gun, is the US Navy's combat school for pilots. He was born on March 3, 1969 at the Miramar Navy Air Base, California, to train pilots embarked in air combat tactics, given the lack of experience of the crews flying over Vietnam. The school was initially equipped with A-4 Skyhawk and F-5 Freedom Fighter aircraft to train the crews of the F-4 Phantom II, including the first US aces in the Vietnam War: Randy Cunningham, aka "The Duke", and Willie Driscoll. The school became famous from 1986 with the release of the movie Top Gun, starring Tom Cruise. In 1996 the Miramar base was transferred to the Marine Corps and the Fighter Weapons School was incorporated into the Naval Strike and Air Warfare Center in Fallon, Nevada