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Looking for Squadron Patches

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  • Looking for Squadron Patches

    Name: Pete Greene VMO-6


    Subject: squadron patches

    Message: Several months ago the Maine Military Museum opened in South
    Portland. The gentleman who runs the facility is looking for USMC
    helicopter squadron patches which were in Viet Nam. He would like to
    put them on display in the Viet Nam war section.
    I tried to put this on the message center above but had no luck. Would
    appreciate it if you could post this for me. Thanks

  • #2
    Re: Looking for Squadron Patches

    Have him get in touch with me, I have them. Allyn Hinton 636-441-5623 or


    • #3
      Re: Looking for Squadron Patches

      I have not had much luck navigating the Popasmoke web site while trying to post this message; and for that reason, I would appreciate if you could post something on the site for myself and the Maine Military Museum for Allyn's generosity. Thank you very much Allyn Hinton.


      Pete Greene