Where the Patches Go  

Marauder Patches Are For Members Only!
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PCH-ARMY,MARS,TASK FORCE  (3")

PM1298
Team Patch

PCH-USMC,001ST AIRWING  (3")



PM0330
1st Squad

PCH-USMC,002ND AIRWING  (3")



.PM0331
2nd Squad

PCH-USMC,003RD AIR WING  (3")



PM0040
3rd Squad
PCH-USMC,004TH AIRWING  (3")



PM0332
4th Squad

Item #15670

Item #15670
These two tabs go to US Cavalry. To order both you will have to hit "continue shopping"  after you put one in the shopping cart.  Then put 15670 in the search field on the left of the page and repeat the process... Item #15670
Marauder's Tab
black on olive
Your Battle Name
black on olive

left shoulder
This
is the patch of the group that came after the original Merrill's Marauders

The "mars task force" at the top
is cut off by you. Use scissors and cut along the top of the red line at the top of the shield and below the text.
 





Click the diagram below to see where they all go.

right shoulder right shoulder right shoulder right shoulder over the left pocket
Make sure you spell
it right!
MARAUDERS
over right pocket
These are US. Marine Air Wing Patches
When ordering more than one item: After you put the first item in the shopping cart use the search field on the left of the J&S website and enter the part number (i.e.PM1298) to go to the next  item.  Shipping is $4.98 so the more you get at one time the less it costs.

Opposition Force 
 For the walk on players that show up for at least 6 games.

PCH-ARMY,002ND INF DIV  (3")

PM0096





PM0663

Since this is the Marauders Second Division, OP-Force guys wear the patch of the 2nd Division. The "Indianhead" patch is one of the most recognized unit emblems in the U.S. Army.
Oddly enough, the patch was designed to distinguish Marines from their counterparts in WWI. A black shield with one five-pointed star and an Indian head with full war bonnet was selected. It is said that the black was for mourning and respect for their casualties, the shield for defense, and the star for the Second Division Commander, Brigadier General John A. Lejeune, and the Indian for General Lejeune's nickname "Old Indian." The army liked it and adopted the current form in WWII

left shoulder

over left pocket

 The PM number is the stock number if you want to come in to J&S Surplus on the corner of Highway 1 and N. Struve Rd. in Moss Landing.


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