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Placement of Insignia on the US Army Service Uniform of the First World War


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Placement of Insignia on the US Army Service Uniform of the First World War

The below information comes from Rodney Ploessl’s website "The US Army in the First World War" Please click on the below link

website The US Army in the First World War

Left imagine is the Officer's uniform and the right is the enlisted man's uniform

1 Grade/Rank Insignia
2 U.S. Insignia
3 Branch Insignia
4 Current Parent Unit
5 Skill Badges
6 Service Ribbons of Decorations and Medals
7 Marksmanship Badges
8 Honorable Discharge Chevron
9 Overseas Service Chevrons
10 Wound Chevrons
11 Officer Braid


Click on the below links:

Home page for Leonard Murphy in WW1

The Fort Ord Station Veterinary Hospital (Horse) WW2

Veterinary Corps in WW1



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