11th Corps Patch
The 11th Corps Patch was worn from 3 September 1942 to 21 January 1968.
The XI corps was organized in Une 1942 in Chicago, Illinois. The color scheme is that of our National Colors. The total number of dots shown on the dice is 11 and represents the XI U. S. Army Corps. These dice represent the natural gamble taken by all combatants in warfare. The number "11" is the so-called natural winning combination in the game of dice and symbolizes both the natural gamble taken by the XI U.S. Army Corps and the natural winning team it will become. The shoulder sleeve insignia was originally authorized on 3 Sep 1942 for the XI Corps. On 24 Feb 1958 the insignia was redesignated for the XI U. S. Army Corps.
Campaigns: World War II.
Our 11th Corps Patch is a regulation, full color, embroidered military patch. This is the same patch that is supplied to the U.S. Army, Army National Guard, Army Reserve units, and sold in the Army Post Exchanges. This patch would be a great gift idea and a wonderful addition to your patch collection.
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