Shortly after the US Army’s bomb disposal program was founded in 1942, it was determined that some form of distinctive insignia needed to be developed both to boost morale and so that military and civilian personnel alike would have a visual identifier for the technicians, especially when they were performing bomb disposal activities.
The Bomb Disposal School at Aberdeen Proving Ground submitted a design for a cloth uniform insignia and Maj. Walter C. DeBill, the acting commandant of the school, proposed the “red bomb” insignia that would go on to be worn by all WWII Army technicians.
These stickers are printed on durable, high opacity adhesive vinyl which makes them perfect for regular use, as well as for covering other stickers or paint. The high-quality vinyl ensures there are no bubbles when applying the stickers.
• High opacity film that’s impossible to see through • Fast and easy bubble-free application • Durable vinyl • 95µ density
Don't forget to clean the surface before applying the sticker. Do not apply to matte powder coat surfaces.