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USS Wm. H. Bates Ballcap (Silver Dolphins)

$24.99

A one-size-fits-all via a velcro strap closure, this dark navy blue 100% all cotton ball cap is made by Pacific HeroWear. The front is embroidered with "U.S.S. Wm. H. Bates" and "SSN-680" above and below silver embroidered dolphins. The rear is similarly emblazoned with "REGROUPEX 17", reflecting its commissioning for REGROUPEX 17 held in Orlando, FL in September of 2017.

All proceeds from the sale of these ball caps go toward research activity and development of the U.S.S. William H. Bates (SSN 680) Association and its website.

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