Slap this cartoonishly aggressive black cat on your pack or jacket and you’re bound to draw both smiles and questions.
The cat, smoking a cigar and holding a Colt .45 pistol in each hand, represents the U.S. Navy’s Patrol Bombing Squadron 71 (VPB 71), which served during World War II, hunting Axis boats and submarines in the North Atlantic and Pacific.
This durable patch from Aeroplane Apparel Company attaches easily with iron-on application. The black cat meant bad luck for Germans, but consider yourself fortunate to be able to represent American military history with this patch.
3 3/16" Diameter Embroidered Patch with Iron On Backing.