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The correct USAF Officer Saber is the M1902 Calvary Saber, also known as the US Army Officer Saber. This has been the regulation Officer Saber since 1947 when the Air Force separated from the US Army. The confusion seems to have its roots in the fact that the NCO Sword shares the same basic design as the USAF Academy Cadet Saber. The regulations are a bit elusive as well which has added further to the confusion. Confusion has also been generated form internet pictures and websites with incorrect information.
The USAF Honor Guard training guide which is the clearest reference on page 227 are pictures for both the Saber and Sword. Also, if you look closely at the picture above & the manual you will see an Air Force Officer wearing the M1902.
I tried to find a place on your website to rate your product/your service, but couldn't ... so I wanted to send you an email to say THANKS.
The US Air Force Officer's Saber I ordered arrived yesterday (less than a week after I ordered it, amazing!), the product is exactly as pictured (beautiful), the engraving was flawless, and we were very impressed with how much care you took with the packaging ... it was obvious that you really care about making sure an order reaches its destination in perfect condition. My husband is 100% pleased with it ... it will be prominently displayed and presented at his upcoming retirement ceremony.
I especially want to thank you for the information on your website about the US Air Force Officer's Sword actually being the US Army Officer's Saber, and the link to the USAF Honor Guard manual for the pictures/background info. I shopped around at several other sites when I started looking for the sword, and yours was the ONLY ONE that made the distinction. I knew when I saw that, I could only order it from AmericanMilitarySword.com
Cheers and thanks again, JR
Please limit it to about 35 letters per line. Tell us in the special instructions box on order form if the engraving is on the sword or scabbard.