Production. A-31 ("Vengeance") dive bombers. Insignia touch-up. A candid view of one of the women workers touching up the U.S. Army Air Forces insignia on the side of the fuselage of a ...
Production. A-31 ("Vengeance") dive bombers. Insignia touch-up. Woman worker is shown retouching the British insignia on the fuselage of a "Vengeance" dive bomber made at Vultee's Nashville Division. The "Vengeance" (A-31) was ...
Civilian protection. No time to spare before treating this patient, so these members of the emergency medical aid corps (see armbands insignia) go to work on a bombing victim right in the ...
This tough Cobra rising above the clouds is the official insignia of the 39th Squadron, 31st Pursuit Group of the Army Air Corps stationed at Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, Michigan. This is ...
General John J. Pershing joined with members of the Service Star Legion in paying homage to the World War dead at Arlington National Cemetery before the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on ...
14. Urn Insignias, Urn Elevation, Urn Insignias-Designations, and Urn Detail - Flanders Field American Cemetery & Memorial, Wortegemseweg 117, Waregem, West Flanders (Belgium), BEL
Garbáty Kur Mark Cigaretten, Sport-Wappen 1 Fussball
Insignia of branch or arm of service
Distinctive insignia, American Expeditionary Forces, 1917-1919 Office Chief of Engineers - U.S. Army - Troop Division.
Department of Corrections insignia on a wall of West Virginia State Penitentiary, a retired, gothic-style prison in Moundsville, West Virginia, that operated from 1876 to 1995
[Civil War envelope showing United States Signal Corps insignia]
Machine Gun Insignia; Machine Gun Training Center; 22500 officers and men, 600 machine guns; Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga.; Brig. Gen. Oliver Edwards, commanding; Lt. Col. E.P. Pierson, directing
[Insignia of the Society of Little Gardens, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]
Paris. Interior of the American Red Cross Canteen at Gare St. Lazare, Paris. Boys from various Divisions gather here for meals. (note shoulder insignias) Miss Daisey Lyon, of Elizabeth, N.J. serving the ...
Red Cross brassard, the official insignia of the American Red Cross
[Two unidentified soldiers in Union uniforms with Hardee hats bearing infantry insignia]
[Unidentified young soldier in Union uniform with shoulder scales and forage cap with Company I insignia holding revolver and bayoneted musket]
[Unidentified soldier in 1st Michigan Regiment of Engineers and Mechanics private's uniform holding Hardee hat with castle insignia]