Chinooks first were used in combat in 1965 during the Vietnam conflict. By 1968, the Chinook had put in 161,000 hours of flying time, carrying 22.4 million passengers and more than 1.3 million tons of cargo. During the last days of the war, one Chinook is reported to have carried 147 refugees in a single lift. CH-47A, B and C models served with distinction for a decade until the war’s end in 1975.
So with the history, would you mind to keep a piece of such cufflnks?
Usually 4 propellers for speed. Get this pair of classical bomber plane cufflinks into your collections. Knowledge can acquired while you collect cufflinks. It can be rewarding!
This pair of fighter jet cufflnks is part of the plane series. It’s hard to find/collect a series of theme based cufflinks in the past. As long as you can see in real life, it can be made into the next cufflnks. So cool!
If you don’t like any complicated designed cufflinks, get this pair of simple plane cufflinks. Cufflinks has evolved over the years and yes, they are getting a new bred of collector attention.
This could be added to your daily pair of cufflinks and this can be the starting point to your collection series. Adding this to mine collections.
This is a pair of remarkable helicopter cufflinks. Interestingly it belong to a series which I am going to show you over the next few months.
If you move fast, you can consider a pair of jet cufflinks.
A jet aircraft (or simply jet) is an aircraft (nearly always a fixed-wing aircraft) propelled by jet engines.
This cufflinks some what can be associated with world war two aircraft “Porky II”.LOL
Full metal (You might mistaken for plastic, but isn’t).