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Sat Cong Headhunters Patch (c.1984)

This is the original patch from the Sat Cong Headhunters, designed in 1984 by Bil Payne and replaced by the next patch 6 to 12 months later.

Sat Cong Headhunter's 1984 patch

I met with Don and Rose Hudson of the Sat Cong Headhunters on April 25th for half a day and learned a pretty complete history on the Headhunters.

Don, Rose and I discusses the Headhunters time in paintball from 1984 until 1988-89, including the construction of the early Sat Cong Village fields, the players who made up the team including Steve “Gunner” Tetz, Bil Payne, Bud Orr, the Headhunters transition to Sad Sak’s War Zone to support John Hanna’s big games and a lot more.

Rose Hudson has been scanning ton of their old photos and even created this photo compilation video of hundreds of the photos (won’t play on mobile devices because of the music but it’s better to watch on a larger screen anyways because of the great detail in the photos):

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