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September 16, 2010
Air Force Sword.
Available in full and small sizes.
With Below Air Rank scabbard
Miniature Air Force Sword.
Complete with scabbard and
gift box - $179.00
Approx 260mm long.
Below Air Rank
These stunning swords crafted by Windlass, an ISO
accredited sword maker, are used by and made to
the exact specifications of the Australian Defence
Force and the British Ministry of Defence.
Windlass swords ensure the highest standards of
craftsmanship by using traditional manufacturing
techniques and individual hand-assembly. The
blades are forged from a single billet of high-carbon
steel, hand-ground, hardened and tampered, and
polished to a mirror finish before acid-etching with their
distinctive, ornate patterns.
Whether you are selecting the next precious blade to add to your
collection, looking for a masterpiece to start one, or perhaps selecting a
unique Christmas gift that will be treasured forever, all Air Force Shop
swords provide you with unrivalled quality and value for money.
Air Force Shop offers all our discerning clients a 100% money back
guarantee on the quality of each sword, scabbard, and boxes and stands
for our miniatures.
We also extend to you our price guarantee, where Air Force Shop will
match or beat any advertised price*.
*Proof of lower advertised price must be presented to Air Force Shop to ensure you
receive the benefits of our price guarantee.
Air Force Shop also has a large range of other Ceremonial Military
Swords and accessories available.
PHONE 02 6123 2930 WEB airforceshop.com.au SHOWROOM 65 Kembla Street,Fyshwick ACT
Air Force Swords
Air Force Shop Supports Air Force Personnel
A percentage of all profits go to the Royal Australian Air Force Welfare Trust Fund
ADF, NAVY, ARMY & AIR FORCE Hundreds of other military branded products available.
VOLUME DISCOUNTS The more you buy, the less they cost.
ME AND MY JEEP: Military working dog handler ACW Lauren Marshall
from RAAF Base Richmond and her dog Jeep take a break after performing
at the ADFA Open Day in Canberra.
Photo: Leonie Gall
THAT'S A WRAP:
assistant CPL Brendan
Shea from RAAF
Base Wagga attends
to a patient stationed
at the Timber Creek
RAAF Base Tindal
during Exercise Pitch
Photo: LACW Jessica Smith
TOP END TUCKER:
Right, LAC Benjamin
section collects food to
prepare in-flight meals
during Pitch Black at
RAAF Base Darwin.
Photo: CPL Melina Mancuso
EYES ON THE HERON SKIES: Photographer LAC Mark Friend of RAAF Base Williamtown analyses
mission footage from the Heron Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) during his tour providing imagery
intelligence support in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
Photo: CPL Raymond Vance
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