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by Herbert Booker
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An American Bald Eagle inside a wreath clutching a bundle of arrows as well as rank insignia too.
Topics: USMC Quartermaster Corps, USN Chief Machinist Mate, United States Army, United States Navy
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Uniforms and insignia of women in two world wars who volunteered to serve in the auxiliaries so the men could go to the front to help win the struggle to keep Great Britain and Europe free from their enemies.
Topics: Queen Anne's Royal Army Nursing Corps, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, W.A.A.C.
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Women's Army Auxiliary Corps preceded the Women's Army Corps.
Topics: Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, W.A.A.C., Women's Army Corps, W.A.C., 1942-1943, Army of the United...
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by Herbert Booker
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Badges worn by women's auxiliary organizations in the Second World War.
Topics: Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, Women's Land Service, Women's Transport Service, F.A.N.Y., Queen...
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by Herbert Booker
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Three-inches diameter cotton, felt or wool cloth rank disks worn on the upper right sleeve of the coat or shirt to denote individual was promoted from Private to Private First Class, ranking below a Lance Corporal, Corporal or a Sergeant. Either used the symbol of their branch or their arm, i.e., Artillery (crossed cannons), Cavalry (crossed sabers) of the Infantry (crossed rifles). The P.F.C. rank was replaced in 1920 with a single chevron. 
Topics: Army of the United States, United States Army, U.S.Army, Insignia, Rank badges, P.F.C., Private...
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A blue patch with the numbers 18 and the old style blue circle with a white star and a red ball in the center of that star with yellow wings. Could be reproductions? Ghost division were created in the Second World War to make their enemies think they had more troops than they really possessed. 
Topics: United States Army Air Corps, United States Army Air Force, United States Army, Army Air Corps,...
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by Herbert Booker
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A blue patch with yellow lettering DARR Aero Tech. Inc. and a U.S. shield with an American bald eagle's head with up-swept wings and below Albany, Ga. also in yellow lettering
Topics: 52nd A.A.F. Training Detachment, United States Army Air Force, Second World War, World War Two,...
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Various nations issued commemorative postage stamps featuring tanks in battle during the Second World War in Asia, Europe and North Africa. Stamps collecting can be a fun hobby! 
Topics: Second World War, World War Two, WW2, WWII, Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Army, Armies, Warfare,...
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by Herbert Booker
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A blue circle with a white star with red circle in center with yellow wings and yellow letters that read CUBA.
Topics: Aero Fuerza Cubano, Cuban Air Force, World War Two
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by Herbert Booker
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NOTA BENE: This not an endorsement of any ideology. Side-caps and visored cap worn by the N.S.D.A.P. (German Workers National Socialist Party) or the Nationialsozialistsche Deutsche Arbiterpartei worn between 1933 to 1945. Anything with a swastika is banned in modern Germany!
Topics: Nationalsozialistsche Deutsche Arbiterpartei, National Socialist German Worker's Party, N.S.D.A.P.,...