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C-141 Patches 400-499

These pages contain patches of anything having to do with the C-141. If you have others, or have information about the designer, origin or special meaning of any of these, please let me know so we can add the information.

Due to the number of patches that have been submitted and obtained various sources, each group of patches is presented on separate pages. For lack of a better way of organizing them, it is done numerically. The first groups are 1-99, 100-199, etc. There are a few extra pages holding various miscellaneous patches such as 'Airlift Rodeo', 'Generic C-141', etc. If you recognize any that a mis-categorized or that belong to a particular squadron or organization, please let me know and I'll correct the listing.

Sources for these images and information include items that were submitted to C-141 Heaven by visitors, eBay listings, and some of the various web sites devoted to patch collectors around the world. One of the best is USAFPATCHES.COM


437 AW

437 MAW

437 MAW Special Ops

437 AW Special Ops

438 MAW

443 AW
submitted by Bill Weeper

443 AW
submitted by Bill Weeper

443 AW
submitted by Bill Weeper

443 AW
submitted by Bill Weeper

443 AW
submitted by Bill Weeper

445th

I know, it's not a patch.
Found it on eBay!

445th

The back of the shirt.
Oh those C-141 Jokers.
If anybody knows who got demoted for this one
please supply the details.

445th C-141 Schoolhouse

445th C-141 Schoolhouse

445th


445th Aeromedical Staging Squadron
"HEAL AND DEFEND"
Wright-Patterson AFB, OH

History of the 445th Aeromedical Staging Squadron

Oct. 1, 1994, the 445th AES was activated concurrently with its parent unit, the 445th Airlift Wing. Prior to that date, the unit's members and materiel were assigned to the 67th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron under the 907th Airlift Group and the 906th Fighter Group. Though no longer able to claim a direct lineage to the 67th AES, members of the 445th AES who served with the 67th AES prior to transferring, have been based at Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base, Ohio and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, and have flown aeromedical missions on C-123 Provider and C-130 Hercules aircraft. At different times during the unit's history, these aircraft both served as the unit's primary aircraft prior to the conversion to the C-141 Starlifter. Many of the unit's members have participated in a wide variety of both peacetime and wartime missions, including; Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm, Operation Just Cause, Panama, Operation Restore Hope, Somalia.

Mission of the 445th Aeromedical Staging Squadron

To deploy highly trained and equipped aeromedical evacuation crews to provide in-flight medical care aboard mission directed aircraft used to airlift patients. To deploy highly trained aeromedical operations personnel for operational support and mission management at aerial ports supporting aeromedical evacuation operations. To deploy highly trained aeromedical crew management personnel to provide operational management of attached, assigned and transiting aeromedical crews at aerial ports supporting aeromedical evacuation operations.

445th

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446th

446th

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452nd

452nd

459th

491st


000-099

100-199

200-299

300-399

400-499

500-599

600-699

700-799

800-899

900-999

1000+

Rodeo

Generic

Mystery

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