Black Swan Event Patch 2020 - Limited Edition - CountyComm
Black Swan Event Patch 2020 - Limited Edition - CountyComm
Black Swan Event Patch 2020 - Limited Edition - CountyComm
Black Swan Event Patch 2020 - Limited Edition - CountyComm
Black Swan Event Patch 2020 - Limited Edition - CountyComm
Black Swan Event Patch 2020 - Limited Edition - CountyComm
Black Swan Event Patch 2020 - Limited Edition - CountyComm
Black Swan Event Patch 2020 - Limited Edition - CountyComm

Black Swan Event Patch 2020 - Limited Edition

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Gen 3 In Covert ACU Gray

Only 2020 Were Made!

These beautifully embroidered patches were designed by and made for members of an elite government Medical Response Team. They are backed with a hook fastener and supplied with a piece of Loop fastener (the generic version of Velcro).

What does it mean?:
Black Swan: Definition: A black swan is an unpredictable event that is beyond what is normally expected of a situation and has potentially severe consequences.
Subdued Bio-Hazard logo in the background: Do we really need to say anything more?
2020: The year it all happened. (Can we just start fresh in 2021?)

Call it what you like, A Merit Badge, a Participation Award, but no matter what, once you understand the meaning behind it, It's a pretty cool patch worn by heroes.

Only 2020 were made, with 1000 going to the government client. Our client gave us permission to sell the remaining 1020 extras to the public. The catch is, we can not name the agency, the team involved, or any details. If you find it on Pinterest, or elsewhere on the web, good job! but we didn't help.

Dimensions: 3" x 2"

Limited 1 time run!

Customer Reviews

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Quality patch
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Those who know...
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Black Swan Event patches are super sharp!
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Great way to commemorate this trainwreck called 2020
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Adding to my previous review...

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