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U.S. Army Brassards & Armbands 1898 to 1918 Part 2


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This is a brassard that is on the uniform of an ambulance driver, he served after the Armistice until the end of the war.  His driver's license states he is allowed to travel anywhere in the area of the Third Army and I assume that the brassard would be a similar pass.  There never is any way to be 100% sure that a grouping has not been tampered with and until I can ID the meaning of this arm band, it is suspect.

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Here is a brassard I picked up today.  The seller had no ID on it. The diamond shape is 6 inches across:

 

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