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A-2 No.23380 PAINT
- The 90th Bombardment Group under the 5th Air Force, nicknamed as the "Jolly Rogers", was formed in 1942, and B-24 "Liberator", the heavy bombers that they flew features a skull-and-crossbones symbol that represents their nickname. The squadron of the 90th Bombardment Group was comprised of four units, and the Jolly Rogers squadron patch was identified by color, with blue used for the 319th Bombardment Squadron, red for the 320th Bombardment Squadron, green for the 321st Bombardment Squadron and black for the 400th Bombardment Squadron. As you can see, there are no other military unit emblems that use the same design with defferent colors. The B-24 "Liberator", the aircraft that had fought together since the squadron was formed, is depicted on the back of the jacket.
- Model wearing size : 36(S) （Height170cm Weight52kg)
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