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Old design for the National Guard's 31st Infantry Division non-color-bearing unit Distinctive Unit Insignia. Worn as a pair.

Is that right, was in the 50s then? Like all the NG divisions, they had DI for their NCBU's (Go figure, that I cant find any examples of them to post LOL)

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Is that right, was in the 50s then? Like all the NG divisions, they had DI for their NCBU's (Go figure, that I cant find any examples of them to post LOL)

Yes, 1950's-early 1960's. I was given a pair that belonged to a friend's father who was assigned to a unit in the division.

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Yes, 1950's-early 1960's. I was given a pair that belonged to a friend's father who was assigned to a unit in the division.

Yeah in the 50s the division was really in to the Battle Flag thing :lol: and at a certain point in the 50s their band's uniforms were apparently either dyed Khaki, or specifically bought Grey (Workman's) chinos, worn with grey kepis.

 

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