I'VE GOT YOUR 6
“I got your 6” means “I’ve got your back.” The term originated during World War I by fighter pilots as the rear position as the six o’clock position.
Veterans, active duty, responders, and family members have adapted this saying as a way to show their fellow brothers and sisters that they are there for them no matter what. This has a strong focus on veterans and first responders who are seeking help dealing with Post-Traumatic Stress and those contemplating suicide
By wearing this patch you are letting others know that you are there for them.