Army Air Corps Roundel

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The Army Air Corps originated from the Army Air Service and was the military aviation service of the United States of America from 1926 to 1941 when it became the Army Air Forces and eventually the United States Air Force in 1947.  The first national insignia was adopted in May of 1917 depicting a White Star with a center Red dot inside Circumscribed in a Blue Circle.  Due to concerns about mistaken identity with enemy aircraft, the Army Air Corps decided to go with a Red, Blue, and White Roundel similar to the other allied powers, for all aircraft operating in Europe.


  • Multiple Size Options: 0.75" Wide, 1" Wide, 1.5" Wide, 2" Wide, 3" Wide
  • The stencils comes with the main insignia which works great for two tone work, as well as a solid mask.  This mask is sized to mask the full insignia for multi color projects.
  • Machine cut for clean lines and professional results
  • Heat resistant vinyl is great for flash curing & low temp bake cycles
  • Low Tach Adhesive (Non-reusable paint mask) prevents underspray
  • Stencils are perfect for use with Cerakote, DuraCoat, KG Gunkote, Krylon, Acid and Electro Etching, and More!
  • Stencil comes Un-Weeded allowing you the option to use the positive or negative components for your application.
  • We recommend utilizing Transfer Tape for ease of use.



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    Mark R.
    United States United States

    Very good. Some instructions would be nice, however.