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Flight Shirt - Army Huey Helicopter

Army Huey Helicopter

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If you love the Army Huey this is a MUST have shirt! You will feel Very PROUD wearing it!

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LOOK ==>> This T-shirt features an 'over-sized' "loose" relaxed fit, with reinforced double-stitching on all seams. A mid-weight, 100% cotton tee, hand-dyed and screen printed using water-based inks and dyes. After dyeing they are washed and dried, so they arrive to you comfortable, pre-shrunk & ready to wear.

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In 1956 the Iroquois, commonly known as the Huey, first flew as an Army replacement for the H-13 medevac helicopter of Korean War fame.

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