A complete line of custom made embroidered patches. Highest stitch count embroidery, VELCRO® brand fastener backing.
2"x3" size for our tactical/operator caps.
Made in the USA
Don't forget we have the matching back of hat 1” x 3 3 / 4” morale patch!
2"x3" to fit (see shoulder patches for larger styles).
Our 100% embroidered patches are Made in USA.
Complete with VELCRO® brand fastener hook backing to attach to military/civilian uniforms/armor.
Merrow stitch border and 100% embrodiered thread makes our emblems the best.
At the Virginia convention held May 1775, in Richmond, the Colony of Virginia was divided into 16 districts and each district instructed to raise and discipline a battalion of men "to march at a minute's notice."
Culpeper, Fauquier and Orange counties, forming one district, raised a cadre of 350 men, 150 men from Culpeper, 100 from Orange and 100 from Fauquier, called the Culpeper Minute Men. Organized July 17, 1775, under a large oak tree in "Clayton's old field" (later known as Catalpa Farm).
Although in existence for only about a year and a quarter, the Culpeper Minute Battalion had a major impact on the American Revolution. It was involved in engagements at Hampton, Great Bridge, and Norfolk and did garrison duty at Jamestown.