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Combat Masters Incorporated and Stephen Blair

Another patch from Stephen Blair, a shield with CMI (Combat Masters Incorporated) on it.
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Combat Masters Incoorporated

 

This was a patch he and his 4 partners had made for Combat Masters Incoorporated, which was the name of their Corporation to go along with their early field, Combat Masters Survival Games. According to Stephen they only had 5 copies of this patch made, one for each partner I would assume? The year for this patch would be between 1985 and 1987. This was stitched onto a pair of Stephen’s camos, which is why it’s not completely flat and uniform in the picture. And here is the patch for Co

Another patch from Stephen Blair, a shield with CMI (Combat Masters Incoorporated) on it.

This was a patch he and his 4 partners had made for Combat Masters Incoorporated, which was the name of their Corporation to go along with their early field, Combat Masters Survival Games.

According to Stephen they only had 5 copies of this patch made, one for each partner I would assume?

The year for this patch would be between 1985 and 1987.

This was stitched onto a pair of Stephen’s camos, which is why it’s not completely flat and uniform in the picture.

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