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I can find pictures to ID these 35th Division patches. The second picture, the four outer arcs are green, Please help

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First one is 130th machine gun battalion I believe.


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Second one might be 110th ammo train. That ID is from the Kellers book Emblems of Honor Infantry Divisions Vol 2.


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I believe the top one is 130th machine gun battalion and the bottom is 129th field artillery regiment

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129th FA is all red except one yellow quadrant

130th FA is all red except one white quadrant

 

He says this one has green on outer rings.


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Your right I missed the green border the first time

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The left collar disk does have a T. Here is another picture. Thanks for the help

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Your 35th Division shoulder patch with a green outer circle, three maroon and one yellow quadrants could be the insignia of the 110th Supply Train.

 

Or, if the quadrant is white, instead of yellow, then it could be the insignia of the 110th Ammunition Train.

 

Depending on the types of fabric and dyes used from which the quadrant was cut, over time the white material may yellow, and the yellow material may fade to a shade of white.

 

Given the fact that the service coat does have an artillery collar disc, it would not be unreasonable to assume that the patch is that of the 110th Ammunition Train.

 

For more information on the insignia of the 35th Division, check out the following link:

 

http://www.usmilitariaforum.com/forums/index.php?/topic/289020-ww-i-shoulder-helmet-insignia-of-the-35th-division-aef/page-3

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Is the quadrant yellow or white? I see white, which is why I said Ammo Train instead of Supply train.


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