As one of the first units activated in the European Theater of operations, the 334th Fighter Squadron flew British Spitfires, P-47 Thunderbolts, and P-51 Mustangs. Each pilot became well-versed in twisting into the enemy's turns, blasting away with withering .50-caliber gunfire. They curved through cloud cover in tightest formations to dive exactly towards the adversary's six o'clock. And they'd cut into the flight energy of gyrating foes to achieve nearly effortless shoot-down victories.
"They danced about the aerial combat ring, proved time and again, who were the deadliest shoot-‘em-down kings. With a pull of our flight boy's trigger, the enemy eyes got bigger, soon seen bailing out, minus two wings."
The squadron patch of the 334th Figher Squadron spotlights a well-built, bulky-muscled, cock-fighting bird of prey, wearing white boxing gloves and facing menacingly to the right, ready to fight, while standing in an aggressive war stance, beckoning the enemy to bring it on. You can see the anger, the grit of fighting spirit. There's also a malevolent mohawk to the rear of the rooster's head, which gives the riled rooster a flamboyant flair.
- Men's T-Shirt
- Constructed from 100% ring spun combed cotton for super soft feel.
- 4.3-ounce, the perfect weight t-shirt. You'll want to wear this t-shirt everywhere.
- Machine wash cold, inside out, with like colors. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low. Do not iron decoration. Do not dry clean.