XV. Corps

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Vintage World War II U. The XV Army Corps served with the Seventh Army in the Vosges Mountains.

Vintage World War II U.S. XV Army Corps Patch | Etsy

Vintage World War II U.S. XV Army Corps Patch. The XV Army Corps served with the Seventh Army in the Vosges Mountains. Excellent condition!!! Size: 2 5/8"

WorldMilitary - 15 Corps Patch. US Army

15 Corps Patch. US Army

World Military Encyclopedia - United States - 15 Corps Patch. US Army

Rare Patches - Bring Out Some Photos

Page 15 of 26 - Rare Patches - Bring Out Some Photos - posted in MISCELLANEOUS / OTHER: About 25 years ago my 2nd cousin gave me his Ike jacket from the Korean War . This is his shoulder patch:http://i117.photobucket.com/albums/o74/joefriday22/RockyJacket2.jpgRob

Rare Patches - Bring Out Some Photos

Page 15 of 26 - Rare Patches - Bring Out Some Photos - posted in MISCELLANEOUS / OTHER: About 25 years ago my 2nd cousin gave me his Ike jacket from the Korean War . This is his shoulder patch:http://i117.photobucket.com/albums/o74/joefriday22/RockyJacket2.jpgRob

Huge lot of modern rank insignia - ARMY AND USAAF

Huge lot of modern rank insignia - posted in ARMY AND USAAF: I bought a huge lot of modern rank patches and now Im trying to figure out how to get rid of most of it. But anyways here is what I got. PVTx 39 PFCx 349- mixture of large and small SPCx 203 SSGx 40 SFCx 69 MSGx 35 1SGx 20 SGMx 8 CSMx 10 Velcro backed SSI x4 Hashmarks x 8 strips of plastic backed, 2 strips of cloth backed. Some still have the good/defect stickers on the back which I found interesting. The bad have been marked w...

WW2 ERA US ARMY FIFTEENTH (XV) CORPS INSIGNIA PATCH

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Vietnam era Subdued 101st patch - ARMY AND USAAF

Page 1 of 3 - Vietnam era Subdued 101st patch - posted in ARMY AND USAAF: I'd be curious to know if anyone has figured this patch out... This is a factory made subdued 101st patch with an attached tab. The weaving is rather dense, but is also rather flat. It features a cut edge, with an OD base cloth that fills the gap between the shield and the tab. I'm quite confident this is from the Vietnam period. There is a similar one in Jim McDuff's Selected US Army Insignia of th...