USAAC Roundel Logo T-Shirt


One of the first Air Force logos. The United States Army Air Corps existed from 1926-1942 and the main combat air branch of the US Army. In 1941, the main combat air branch was renamed the United States Army Air Forces and the Air Corps assumed the role of aviation training. By 1942 the Air Corps was out of existence. This logo would have been seen on American planes early in the World War 2. The red dot roundel was removed in 1942 to prevent confusion with Japanese planes. 

On the back is a vertical all white American flag. 

This shirt from Battle Archives is printed on high end tri-blend shirts from Bella + Canvas. Each shirt is 50% poly, 25% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton, 25% rayon. They look and fit great as well as being super soft.