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Parachute Rigger Kids T-Shirts

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The Parachute Rigger Badge is a military qualification badge of the United States Army and the United States Air Force which was first created in 1948 and officially approved in June 1986. The award is intended as a badge for enlisted, warrant officer and officer personnel who have successfully completed parachute rigger courses specified by the U.S. Army Quartermaster Center and School

Tags: 195, armor, ar, armour, regiment

Parachute Rigger Kids T-Shirt

by twix123844
$18
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little cloud having fun in the rain with a rainbow parachute

Tags: children, kids, cute, fun, happy

rainbow parachute Kids T-Shirt

by milkyprint
$18
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Coney Island's Parachute Jump. Art by Robert Jimenez

Tags: vintage, parachute-jump, amusement-park, nostalgia, worlds-fair

Parachute Jump Kids T-Shirt

by zerostreet
$18
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Two words... TOMB RAIDER

Tags: animals, nature, games, gamer, video-game

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If you're into the action sport of sky diving and parachuting, then let the world know with this cool skydive shirt! This funny skydiving tshirt makes the perfect gift for any skydiver or adrenaline enthusiast in your life. Just in time for their next airplane jump!

Tags: sky, sky-diver, sky-diving, parachuting, base-jump

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The 509th Infantry Regiment is an airborne infantry regiment of the United States Army. Previously titled the 509th Parachute Infantry Regiment (509th PIR) was the first parachute infantry unit of the U.S. Army to make a combat jump during World War II. Currently its 1st and 3rd battalions are active. The 1st Battalion serves as the Opposing Force (OPFOR) at the Army's Joint Readiness Training Center at Fort Polk, Louisiana. The 3rd Battalion is assigned to the 4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division, at Fort Richardson, Alaska.

Tags: iraq, iraqi, operation, patch, div

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The 509th Infantry Regiment is an airborne infantry regiment of the United States Army. Previously titled the 509th Parachute Infantry Regiment (509th PIR) was the first parachute infantry unit of the U.S. Army to make a combat jump during World War II. Currently its 1st and 3rd battalions are active. The 1st Battalion serves as the Opposing Force (OPFOR) at the Army's Joint Readiness Training Center at Fort Polk, Louisiana. The 3rd Battalion is assigned to the 4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division, at Fort Richardson, Alaska.

Tags: iraq, iraqi, operation, patch, div

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The 509th Infantry Regiment is an airborne infantry regiment of the United States Army. Previously titled the 509th Parachute Infantry Regiment (509th PIR) was the first parachute infantry unit of the U.S. Army to make a combat jump during World War II. Currently its 1st and 3rd battalions are active. The 1st Battalion serves as the Opposing Force (OPFOR) at the Army's Joint Readiness Training Center at Fort Polk, Louisiana. The 3rd Battalion is assigned to the 4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division, at Fort Richardson, Alaska.

Tags: opfor, division, div, airborne, 82nd

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The 501 Parachute Infantry Regiment (501 PIR) was activated in Toccoa, GA in November 1942 where the young men who volunteered for hazardous duty were given basic training. They earned their paratrooper wings at Fort Benning in May, undertook unit training at Camp McCall in North Carolina throughout the summer and went on maneuvers in Tennessee thereafter. The 501 PIR, commanded by Colonel Howard Johnson (Jumpy Johnson), was attached to the 101st Airborne Division during WWII. They made their first jump into Normandy in the early morning hours of D-Day, June 6, 1944. After combat in Normandy, they returned to England to prepare for the jump into Holland on September 17, 1944.

Tags: 501, 501st, parachute, infantry, regiment

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The 509th Infantry Regiment is an airborne infantry regiment of the United States Army. Previously titled the 509th Parachute Infantry Regiment (509th PIR) was the first parachute infantry unit of the U.S. Army to make a combat jump during World War II. Currently its 1st and 3rd battalions are active. The 1st Battalion serves as the Opposing Force (OPFOR) at the Army's Joint Readiness Training Center at Fort Polk, Louisiana. The 3rd Battalion is assigned to the 4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division, at Fort Richardson, Alaska.

Tags: iraq, iraqi, operation, patch, div

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A design inspired by freedom of individuality. A series of tanks dropping from the sky attached to parachutes. The tanks a all military drab greens as are the parachutes. However the tank at front, center has got a pink, spotted parachute.

Tags: tank, individuality, rebel, army, military

Tank Parachute Kids T-Shirt

by mailboxdisco
$18
Description

This vintage style Aviation and Pilot T-shirt is perfect for any paramotor pilot or parachute owner, para-motor fan, aviation lover, avgeek or any aviation enthusiast and a great christmas gift for paramotor pilots with a passion for parachuting. The shirt comes with an awesome retro design, featuring a vintage aircraft flying with two birds over the mountains and a distressed style lettering. Perfect for everyday wear or to wear. Great xmas or birthday gift for paramotor pilots - get yours now!

Tags: fly, flying, christmas, flyer, aviation

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Clever - If Your Parachute Doesn't Deploy You Have The Rest Of Your Life To Fix It - Funny Joke Statement Humor Slogan Quotes Saying

Tags: trend, geek, artsy, geeky, girl

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Hilarious parachuting text says Please be patient, your parachute will open momentarily. Sarcastic and fun.

Tags: sarcasm, parachute, please-wait, funny

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The 501 Parachute Infantry Regiment (501 PIR) was activated in Toccoa, GA in November 1942 where the young men who volunteered for hazardous duty were given basic training. They earned their paratrooper wings at Fort Benning in May, undertook unit training at Camp McCall in North Carolina throughout the summer and went on maneuvers in Tennessee thereafter. The 501 PIR, commanded by Colonel Howard Johnson (Jumpy Johnson), was attached to the 101st Airborne Division during WWII. They made their first jump into Normandy in the early morning hours of D-Day, June 6, 1944. After combat in Normandy, they returned to England to prepare for the jump into Holland on September 17, 1944.

Tags: vets, insignia, military, retiree, retired

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