Airborne, Jump Wing, Paratrooper wings, Marine Parachutist, recon, force, MARSOC, wood Parachutist wings, Parachute Rigger wings, Delta Forc

$15.00



Parachutist wood carving in Cherry, Mahogany, or Oak wood. The one in the picture is Cherry but not all have the same wood grain that these have. Each wood has there own unique characteristics.

23x7 roughly

“Official Hobbyist of the Navy; License number HOB-NTLPO-TAWOOD01”.
"Official Hobbyist of the USMC; License number 17338".


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~~~~Navy and Marine Corps Parachutist Insignia

The Navy and Marine Corps Parachutist Insignia (originally issued as Navy Parachute Rigger wings) is a gold-colored embroidered or metal insignia depicting an open parachute with outstretched wings. It is authorized for officers and enlisted personnel who were awarded the Basic Parachutist Insignia and, under competent orders, have completed a minimum of five additional static-line or P3 jumps, to include: (1) combat equipment day jump, two (2) combat equipment night jumps, and employ at least two (2) different types of military aircraft.[18]

The U.S Navy and Marine Corps Parachutist badge was originally known as the U.S. Navy Certified Parachute Rigger badge and designed by American Insignia Company in 1942 for graduates of the U.S. Navy Parachute Rigger School. During WWII, despite being against uniform regulations it became common for U.S. Marine Corps paratroopers who were issued the silver U.S. Army Basic Parachutist badge to wear the gold Navy Certified Parachute Rigger badge because they believed the gold "Rigger wings" looked better on their uniform.[19] This out of regulations wearing of the Parachute Rigger badge became so common that in July 1963, the Commander of United States Marine Corps Force Reconnaissance Bruce F. Meyers sent a request to the Chief of Naval Operations Admrial George W. Anderson Jr. via Marine Corps Commandant General David M. Shoup requesting to officially make the Navy Parachute Rigger badge the parachutist badge for the Navy and Marine Corps. The request was approved by Admiral Anderson on July 12, 1963 per BuPers Notice 1020.[20] Since 1963, being a graduate of the U.S. Navy Parachute Rigger School is no longer a requirement to earn the badge.

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I gladly accept returns, exchanges, and cancellations

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Ship items back to me within: 14 days of delivery

Request a cancellation within: 0 hours of purchase

But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:

  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
  • Items on sale

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Frequently Asked Questions

Custom and personalized orders

We love making custom wood items but it does take time to design, make any changes that are needed, making sure its perfect as can be and then make. Depending on if were making something from scratch or making changes to a current item will depend on how long it will take. If your item is from scratch, please give us roughly 2-4 months to make sure its perfect. Vinyl is not included in this timeline, that is less than a week for custom designs.

Sizing details

Each item has it's size listed, but we can make things bigger or smaller as needed. Need an item for a wreath or a custom shadow box, just shoot us a message. Send us what you need an an estimated size and we can work with you from there.

Max size for wood items: 4 feet x 8 feet (yep, that's correct)
Max size for vinyl items: 2 feet X 10 feet

Gift wrapping and packaging

We do gift wrap for FREE!!! Just let us know in the notes its a gift and ask for wrapping. Some customers prefer to see it first before they give it as a gift, where some are not able to be with their loved one for the holiday and wants to make sure its wrapped. We can wrap it and even add a small TA Wood and Vinyl card so you gift is perfect.

Custom Vinyl or Wood

Yes, please let us know what you need. We will give you a cost estimate before we start the design process. We will create a listing for you to purchase and we will start working with you on your design. If for some crazy reason were not able to get the design correct, we will refund your money. We're no longer able to start working on your item with out payment or a deposit. The deposit is non-refundable if you decide you do not want the item after all and we have started making your custom design.

Do you ship to Guam, Hawaii, or Puerto Rico?

Yes, We charge you what were charged. We do not price gouge, we have lived in these locations and understand that many companies act like you live in another world. We're not like that, we will ship to you. No problems.

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