Army Senior Aviator Badge Black Finish
- Officially Hallmarked by The U.S. Institute of Heraldry
- Army Senior Aviator Badge Black Matte finish
- Official issue, AR 670-1 Approved for Wear on Army Service Uniform
- 0.75-inch height, 2.5-inch width. 2 pin back.
- Made in USA
Introduced on July 27, 1950, the Senior Aviator Badge is reserved for esteemed Army personnel with 1,500 hours in aircraft and those who have held a basic Army Aviator badge for at least 7 years. The badge bears wings to represent the skills associated with aerial flight, a central U.S. coat of arms shield representing loyalty and devotion, and a star atop the shield to indicating qualification as a Senior Army Aviator. Black Matte finish.
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