CXX Sqn Poseidon ZP803 ‘Terence Bulloch DSO* DFC*’ PVC Patch
To celebrate the RAF Poseidon operations and to honour one of Coastal Command’s most decorated pilots, we’ve created this PVC patch showing ZP803 which is named ‘Terence Malcolm Bulloch DSO* DFC *’.
Squadron Leader Terence Bulloch, DSO & Bar, DFC & Bar carried out the highest number of attacks on U-boats during the Battle of the Atlantic, sinking a record total of three.
The patch features Poseidon ZP803 and Liberator Mk.I AM929/H – the aircraft he flew when he sunk the squadron’s first submarine on 12 October 1942.
To make this extra special, the patch has been flown onboard the actual aircraft, ZP803, during a routine training sortie. The patch is limited to 100 pieces and comes with a limited edition card showing the details of the flight.
The patch is velcro backed and measures 4.00″ in width and height.