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I have a small WWI grouping I'm going to sell but I'm trying get more info.Came directly from an estate about 5 yrs ago.


What do these markings indicate?

Most items(cap, mess kit, canteen cup, ad knife) have them:

A 301 A.T. 108


Included were EM Collar disc with "U.S." and "MG" over crossed rifles. Also, a pair of U.S cutouts and crossed cannon under "US".

I know the MG is Machine Gun and that is about all.


Thanks for any help.

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“A”, 301 A.T. Would be Company A, 301st Ammunition Train....108 is likely the rack number/personal issue number...




Always interested in the 166th Infantry, 42nd Division, A.E.F.

Quality WW1 studio portraits and real photo postcards of Distinguished Service Cross recipients; showing steel helmets; or other interesting content.

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AAHHH! Yes! I remember now that I have a "yard long photo" of the ammunition train unit it goes with. Have no idea why the MG insignia is there but it was with the grouping along with unnamed medals.



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