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I'm going to take a guess and say that it's the 1133rd Signal Detachment. Also, Signal Corps colors are red and white. I've never seen a Cavalry guidon that has that type of pattern.

 

Signal Corps Branch of Service colors are orange and white, not red and white.

 

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Signal Corps Branch of Service colors are orange and white, not red and white.

 

MPage's guess got me to think maybe another Branch that had a Red and White as their Branch colors, that would of been Engineers.

 

But as we see clearly it would not as this is their Guidon.

 

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So the mystery remains.

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Whooo, just checked Stanton's WWII Order of Battle, there was a 1133rd Engineer Combat Group in WWII. It got over to the ETO very late and seen no operational service, it was then shipped out to the Pacific after V-E Day, again no action as we dropped the bomb, it's inactivated in the Philippines Jan 25 1946.

 

Now whether this one here is related????

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