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Shoulder Sleeve Insignia of U.S. Army Divisions
Second World War
Divisions 84th to 106th and Unnumbered
The date is the year the basic design was approved. The theater in which the unit served is indicated. E.T.O. is the European Theater of Operations.
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||101th 1923/1942 (3)
- The "Blue Devils" scroll worn above the patch was not officially approved but appears to have been worn by some soldiers before the close of hostilities.
- Courtesy of William Bruder
- The older 95th design was replaced in 1942.
- Airborne Tab approved in 1942
- The Philippine Division was destroyed during the Japanese invasion of the Philippines.
- The Americal Division was unplanned as such and created from units in New Caledonia. In 1954
the shoulder sleeve insignia was given to the 23rd Infantry Division.
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