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  • China, Republic (Taiwan); Mexico, Republic; Venezuela, Republic. Three Pilot Badges
  • China, Republic (Taiwan); Mexico, Republic; Venezuela, Republic. Three Pilot Badges
  • China, Republic (Taiwan); Mexico, Republic; Venezuela, Republic. Three Pilot Badges
  • China, Republic (Taiwan); Mexico, Republic; Venezuela, Republic. Three Pilot Badges
  • China, Republic (Taiwan); Mexico, Republic; Venezuela, Republic. Three Pilot Badges

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China, Republic (Taiwan); Mexico, Republic; Venezuela, Republic. Three Pilot Badges

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China, Republic (Taiwan); Mexico, Republic; Venezuela, Republic. Three Pilot Badges

China, Republic (Taiwan): Republic of China Air Force Pilot Badge (中華民國空軍; Zhōnghuá Mínguó Kōngjūn = ROCAF) (two-piece construction, gilt metal with blue and white enameled insignia, mounted to a silvered metal wings base, unmarked, measuring 71.5 mm (w) x 20 mm (h), dual push pins); Mexico, Republic: Mexican Air Force Command Pilot Badge (Fuerza Aérea Mexicana = FAM) (two-piece construction, in gilt metal with red, white, green and black enamels, unmarked, measuring 79 mm (w) x 34.5 mm (h), dual push pins); and Venezuela, Republic: Bolivarian Navy of Venezuela, Venezuelan Naval Aviation Command Enlisted Pilot Badge (Armada Bolivariana de Venezuela, Comando de Aviación Naval Venezuela = CANV) (two-piece construction, in bronze gilt with red, yellow, blue and white enamels, unmarked, measuring 72.8 mm (w) x 27 mm (h), dual push pins). Intact enamels, very light contact, near extremely fine.

 

Footnote: The Republic of China Air Force is the military aviation branch of the Republic of China Armed Forces. The ROCAF's primary mission is the defense of the airspace over and around Taiwan. Priorities of the ROCAF include the development of long range reconnaissance and surveillance networks, integrating C4ISTAR systems to increase battle effectiveness, procuring counterstrike weapons, next generation fighters, and hardening airfields and other facilities to survive a surprise attack. The Mexican Air Force is the primary aerial warfare service branch of the Mexican Armed Forces. It is a component of the Mexican Army and depends on the National Defense Secretariat (SEDENA). The objective of the FAM is to defend the integrity, independence, and sovereignty of Mexico. Its auxiliary tasks include internal security, assisting with public works, and natural disaster management. The Navy of Venezuela is officially called the Bolivarian Navy of Venezuela serves the purpose of defending the naval sovereignty of the country, including inland and fluvial security, and it also serves to prevent illegal activities in the Venezuelan borders and collaborates with international organizations to safeguard international waters from criminal activities. The Venezuelan Naval Aviation Command serves as the air arm of the Venezuelan Navy, with responsibility for air operations and transport for the entire Navy.

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