Ginyu Squadron Mugs
You served with distinction in the fabled Gold Squadron, helping to rebuild it after Red 5 blew up the Death Star. Hopefully one day, you'll be able to add a Death Star of your own to your already impressive kill sheet. For now, it's an honor to be able to serve in such a famous squadron and know you are striking fear in the hearts of the enemy by your very presence. This elegantly simple design is perfect for hardcore Star Wars fans. Complete with Aurebesh text, this design screams "nerd cred". Sure to impress people at your next convention, RPG session, or even just casual Friday at the office.
Tags: funny-star-wars, gold-leader, gold-squadron, y-wing, fighter-pilot
Created for a Lutheran X-Wing Miniatures (Fantasy Flight) gaming group. If you are not Lutheran then it is probably over your head ;-) For those not able to decipher the Aurebesh 🤣 the Lutheranish is: Top Line: Smalcald Squadron Bottom Line: Here we stand Flanks: 'V' 'D' 'M' 'A' From what I have been able to learn over he years, the "V" marks are role identifiers used on pilot helmets; they are authentic marks in SW and they come in various combinations of red and yellow. We chose all red ones for the traditional colour of the Reformation; six of them for the Six Chief Parts of the Catechism 😉 -- and it just so happens that the "V" can be interpreted as a Roman numeral representing the 5 major parts of the Confessions.
Military On the Wiki Wiki Activity Random page Videos Images Chat Forum Maps Popular pages Community Contribute Watchlist Random page Recent changes 531st Bombardment Squadron 200,812pages on this wiki Edit Comments0 531st Bombardment Squadron 531st Bombardment Squadron - Emblem Emblem of the 531st Bombardment Squadron Country United States Branch United States Air Force Service history Active 1942-1962 2010 Role Bomber Part of United States Air Force/Strategic Air Command Battles World War II Korean war Commanders Insignia It was last assigned to the 380th Bombardment Wing, based at Plattsburgh AFB, New York. It was inactivated on 1 January 1962. Contents[show] HistoryEdit Established in late 1942 as a B-24 Liberator heavy bomb squadron; trained under Second Air Force in Texas, and later in Colorado. Deployed to the Southwest Pacific Area (SPA) in April 1943, being assigned to Fifth Air Force in Australia. From airfields in Australia, the squadron reached out to the Japanese installations in the Netherlands East Indies. Moved to the Philippines where the squadron operated in early 1945, then to Okinawa where combat operations ended after the Japanese Capitulation in August. After the war, squadron personnel were demobilized and returned to the United States, the B-24s sent to reclamation in the Philippines. Inactivated as a paper unit in early 1946.
Tags: b-47, fifth, 5th, medium, heavy
Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 26 (MALS-26) is an aviation logistics support unit of the United States Marine Corps. They are currently based at Marine Corps Air Station New River, North Carolina and fall under the command of Marine Aircraft Group 26 and the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing.
Marine Attack Squadron 513 (VMA-513) was a United States Marine Corps attack squadron consisting of AV-8B Harrier (V/STOL) jets. Known as the "Flying Nightmares", the squadron was last based at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Arizona and fell under the command of Marine Aircraft Group 13 (MAG-13) and the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing (3rd MAW). VMA-513 was decommissioned on 12 July 2013.
Tags: nightmares, flying, harrier, 8b, av
Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 121 (VMFA-121) is a United States Marine Corps aircraft squadron operating the F-35B Lightning II. The squadron is based at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Arizona and falls under the command of Marine Aircraft Group 13 (MAG-13) and the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing (3rd MAW).
Tags: eagle, wimgs-the, of, republic, arvn
The 17th Cavalry is a historical organization within the United States Army that began as a regiment of cavalry after the Pancho Villa Expedition. The unit was constituted on 1 July 1916 in the Regular Army as the 17th Cavalry at Fort Bliss, Texas and originally inactivated 26 September 1921 at the Presidio of Monterey, California. Formerly a part of the 1950s Combat Arms Regimental System, it was reorganized as a part of the United States Army Regimental System, an ongoing effort to maintain the lineage and history of the Army through its units. Today, the 17th Cavalry Regiment is found across the Army within the combat aviation brigades, where the squadrons, now constituted as attack/recon helicopter squadrons, carry on the legacy of the 17th Cavalry Regiment.
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