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Dogs of War Patch c.1986

Dogs of War patch from Randy Kamiya. Likely c.1986.
Dogs of War patch from Randy Kamiya. Likely c.1986.

This Dogs of War patch came from the collection of Randy Kamiya.

According to Dogs of War team member Richard Wilcox, this is the earliest patch for the team Wilcox believes this patch dates back to 1986.
The Dogs of War were based out of Northern California and were the first paintball team to field multiple semi automatics / Palmer’s markers in a tournament. At the Predator Cup tournament in January 1990, the Dogs of War used semis against teams including the Ironmen, Navarone, Constant Pursuit, Northern California based Predator Express and others.

Wilcox remembers this patch was made by Dogs team member Dan (unknown last name) whose nickname was “Straight.” Straight had these made while stationed in South Korea.

More on the Dogs of War here.

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