Shoulder patch, Newfoundland, Royal Air Force, RAF


Genuine WWII Royal Air Force shoulder patch. This is the generic insignia worn by enlisted men and NCOs on both shoulders of the Battledress and Service Dress jackets. Nationality titles were to be worn by all personnels from the British Dominions and colonies when deployed overseas; this particular title is specific to servicemen from Newfoundland, which became part of the Canadian Confederation in 1949.

This one is for the right shoulder (the eagle being looking backwards).