Army Air Corps Cap Badge 1942-1950

Army Air Corps Cap Badge 1942-1950

White metal, 46.5mm tall, 40.25mm wide, two copper loops east-west to the reverse.

A laurel wreath with an imperial crown at the apex. Within the lower section of the wreath are the letters A.A.C. bound within two arcs. On this stands an eagle with wings outstretched, facing right.

The image of the reverse of this badge is restricted to my forum album.

Oblique aerial photograph of parachutes and Horsa gliders on 6th Airborne Division’s Drop Zone ‘N’ between Ranville and Amfreville, 6 June 1944. A lone Hamilcar glider can be seen in the bottom right.

Discarded parachutes and Airspeed Horsa gliders lie scattered over 6th Airborne Division’s landing zone near Ranville in Normandy, 6 June 1944.
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