Disney designed insignia are honored with a special exhibit at the National Museum of the US Air Force in Dayton.
As the museum webpage notes:
"Walt Disney served in World War I when he was 16 years old as a Red Cross ambulance driver. He understood the value of cartoon humor to unit morale and esprit-de-corps. Throughout his service in France, he embellished his ambulance and others in his unit with drawings and cartoons, much to the delight of all."
Walt is seen at his drawing board sketching out new designs to help answer some of the hundreds of requests received from units, ships and individuals. Demand got so high he formed a six man team just to keep up with them.