2nd Infantry Division Subdued Shoulder Patch

2nd Infantry Division Subdued Shoulder Patch
Item# 9518S
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Product Description

The 2nd Division patch was worn from 6 November to Present.

The Second Division was organized in October 1917 at Bourmont, Haute-Marne, France, from troops that were sent over separately. The star has played an important part in our history from the days of the Colonies to the present time. The Indian signifies the first and original American. These devices were originally established by the division to use as vehicle markings and to identify the vehicles as all American. The shoulder sleeve insignia was originally authorized for the 2nd Division on 6 Nov 1918, officially announced by The Adjutant General letter, 21 Jun 1922, amended to correct the description on 7 Nov 1927 and redesignated for the 2nd Infantry Division on 1 Aug 1942.

Campaigns: World War I, European Theater of Operations, World War II Victory Medal, National Defense Medal, Korean Service Medal, United Nations Service Medal For Korea, Republic of Korea War Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign, Iraq Campaign.

Decorations: French Croix de Guerre with Palm WW I, French Croix de Guerre World War I Fourragere. Belgian Fourragere World War II. Republic of Korea Presidential Unit Citation, Army Presidential Unit Citation Korea.

Our 2nd Division Subdued Patch is a regulation 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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