SUPERIOR TOGS CORP.
67th FIGHTER SQ. 18th TAC.
67th FIGHTER WING
L-2A "SUPERIOR TOGS CORP." 67th FIGHTER SQ. 18th TAC.67th FIGHTER WING
- The 67th Tactical Combat Squadron was founded in 1941. The famous scordron character "Fighting Cocks" is also a historic design officially recognized by the military at the same time as the unit was established. The unit has a close relationship with Japan, and has been stationed at Kadena Air Base in Okinawa Prefecture in November 1954 after the Korean War, and has been headquartered at Kadena Air Base for 67 years. In 1957, the operational aircraft was converted to the state-of-the-art fighter-bomber "F-100 Super Sabre", and the unit has been stationed in Japan, Taiwan, the Philippines, and South Korea in rotation. The unit played an active role as a spear for the defense of Southeast Asia, where the dark clouds loomed over the Vietnam War. This L-2A is a patch version worn when the 67th Tactical Combat Squadron participated in the William Tell 1958 (US Air Force Tactical Competition) held in 1958. Since it was Japanese stationed unit, all the patches were locally made in Japan with excellent embroidery technology. A special patch specially made by the 67th Tactical Combat Squadron is attached to the right shoulder to commemorate the participation of William Tell 1958, and the back is decorated with a powerful unofficial large patch of E-Flight.
- Material: Nylon 100% (3/1 Heavy Nylon Twill)
- Lining: 50% Wool / 50% Nylon Double Face Brushed
- Rib: 100% Wool
- Leather Parts: Horse Hide
- Main Front Faster: Aluminum Spring Puller Automatic Lock
- Snap Button: U.S. Government Department of Defense Specs.
- Label: Superior Togs Corp.
- Model Wearing Size: 38 （Height 170cm / Weight 52kg)
- L-2A "Superior Togs Corp." Plain Model (BR12984-01)
This jacket is a faithful reproduction of the vintage jacket, and parts such as zipper are revived, based on the specifications at that time, so please handle the parts with care. In particular, the zipper may be damaged if it is forcibly raised or lowered. When pulling up the zipper, be sure to pull up the metal part of the zipper slowly and carefully. Please do not pull the leather string forcibly.
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