The US Roundel was introduced in 1917 and painted on US Military aircraft from 1919-1941. The design coordinated with the color and style of roundels used by French and British allies. After the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941, the red circle in the center of the star was removed, to distance resemblance to the Japanese flag. This resulted in the U.S. stripes: a white star within a blue circle (stripes on either side) that is seen on all U.S. military aircraft today.
- Brushed cotton twill
- Felt appliqué
- Red Canoe logo direct embroidery on the back
- Care: Spot clean