Army Jump Wings Plaque
The Army Parachutist Badge
is awarded to all military personnel of any service who complete the US Army Basic Airborne Course at Fort Benning, Georgia. It signifies that the soldier is a trained Army Parachutist.
The original Army Parachutist Badge was designed in 1941 by Captain William P. Yarborough and approved by the Department of the Army. The Parachutist Badge replaced the "Parachutist Patch" which had previously worn as a large patch on the side of a Paratrooper's garrison cap.NOW LARGER! Our Basic Parachutist Badge Wooden Plaque is handcrafted from 6 (six) All-Natural fine hardwoods.
The Wings are now made from 5 different fine woods, and features our Signature Feathered Wings. These are highly detailed, sculpted wings made from 5 different fine hardwoods.
We carefully sculpt the Canopy and craft the Risers for a truly impressive Wood Art Plaque.
This Handcrafted Jump Wings Plaque measures an impressive 18" x 10".
Our Wood Art Jump Wings Badges are highly detailed Wooden Plaques measuring an impressive 18" wide (as of Feb 2021).