ALASKA State Tab
Colors to match the corresponding Camouflage or Solid Color Uniform
SIZE in INCHES: Approximately 2.5 x 0.75
State Tabs can carry a multitude of meanings to the individual or team wearing the patch. Common uses of State Tabs might be to represent a state where an individual/team/soldier is currently or has been stationed, trained, served, visited, lived, etc.
Groups that may take particular interest in State Tabs are Military, Tactical, Law Enforcement, Public Service, ROTC, JROTC, Veterans, American Legions, Boy Scouts, Paintball, Airsoft, Conventions, Zombie Hunters, Competitions, Outdoorsmen and other organized Groups.
State Tabs might be unofficially worn above another patch on the shoulder of a person's uniform, under a flap of a pocket, or on personal gear such as a backpack.
PLEASE NOTE: State Tabs, like all Morale Patches, are NON-REGULATION items and should not be worn on uniforms that need to be in compliance with Army, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard, Air Force regulations as well as other organizations with specific regulations.